April 29, 2019

What's Next? After the Mueller Report

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On April 29, ACS hosted a discussion of the recently released Mueller Report.

As we continue to digest Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Report on the Investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election, serious legal questions remain regarding Congress’s power to subpoena a sitting president, the alleged legal impediments that prevented Mueller from indicting Trump associates for campaign finance violations, and what the law of obstruction actually provides. These questions take on more importance as we ask, what comes next? As talk of impeachment surfaces in both Democratic and Republican circles, what do we know about the meaning of “high crimes and misdemeanors”?


Bob Bauer, Professor of Practice and Distinguished Scholar in Residence, New York University Law School; White House Counsel to President Barack Obama
Neil Kinkopf, Professor of Law, Georgia State University College of Law; Counselor to then-Senator Joseph Biden for the Impeachment Trial of President Clinton
Barbara McQuade, Professor from Practice, University of Michigan Law School; Former U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan
Caroline Fredrickson, President, American Constitution Society

Mueller Report Resources:

We Don't Need to Read the Mueller Report, Caroline Fredrickson, NY Times
ACSBlog: The Real Threat of Trump and Barr by Neil Kinkopf