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Hugh Hewitt: Our Depleted Judiciary

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It has been rumored in Washington that President Trump may fire Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who is investigating possible Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. Although this is possible, it would be ill advised on the part of the president. If he and his staff are indeed innocent and...

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Hugh Hewitt: Wait Upon The Facts

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Former FBI director Robert Mueller enjoys deep and wide respect inside and outside of the Beltway, among Republicans, Democrats, and Independents. Of course: Now he’s Special Counsel with unique independence in addition to his formal authority that comes from the Department of Justice’s regulations. For purposes of the investigation into...

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