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Special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian efforts to interfere with U.S. elections has already led to several guilty pleas and nearly 20 indictments, while circling closer to Trump’s closest cronies.

That’s why Trump is lashing out and could fire Department of Justice overseers or Mueller himself. Trump forced the resignation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, then installed a lackey as chief prosecutor in the investigation of the Trump Cartel when he named Matthew Whitaker as acting attorney general, who has placed himself in an oversight role to Mueller.

In response, more than 100,000 people joined rapid-response protests just two days after Election Day through TrumpIsNotAboveTheLaw.org, of which MoveOn is one of dozens of partners.

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With the midterm elections behind us, Mueller is widely expected to begin issuing findings and is rumored to be ready to issue his latest indictments. Whitaker must recuse himself from the investigation so that it can continue to operate independently.
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wednesday
November 14th

Department of Justice

thURsday
November 15th

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November 16th

Russian Embassy

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November 17th

Trump Hotel

Sunday
November 18th

Dupont Circle

Monday
November 19th

Franklin Square

Tuesday
November 20th

Farragut Square

Wednesday
November 21st

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November 26th

Watergate Hotel

Tuesday
November 27th

Capitol South Metro station

Wednesday
November 28th

Dupont Circle

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November 29th

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November 30th

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