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Robert Mueller Investigation

Words: 2186 Length: 8 Pages Document Type: Essay Paper #: 688338


Robert Mueller was appointed by George W. Bush to serve a ten year term as the 6th Director of the FBI from 2001 to 2013 (Obama granted him a two year extension).  Today, appointed by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, Mueller is heading the Special Counsel investigation into the long-standing claim that Russia “hacked” the 2016 presidential elections, though the investigation has been said to be more wide ranging than that (Mondics, 2017).  This paper will provide information on who Mueller is, what the investigation is all about, why it was initiated, and what the latest news on it has revealed.


Robert Mueller was born in New York City in 1944.  His father worked for DuPont and had served in the Navy during WWII.  Mueller’s boyhood was spent in Princeton, New Jersey and at St. Paul’s School in Concord, New Hampshire.  Mueller attended Princeton University, took a BA…… [Read More]

Blum, H.  (2017).  How scared should Trump be of Mueller?  Retrieved from
Fredericks, B.  (2018)  GOP-led House panel fins no collusion.  Retrieved from
Goodwin, M.  (2017).  New York Times’ coverage of Mueller is peak liberal bias.  Retrieved from
Lamothe, D.  (2018).  Robert Mueller’s military career.  Retrieved from
Mayer, J.  (2009).  The dark side.  NY:  Anchor Books.Mondics, C.  (2017).  Wide-ranging Mueller probe could end up far from where it began.  Retrieved from
Reuters.  (2013).  FBI Director says U.S. will hold Snowden responsible on NSA leak.  Retrieved from
Tanfani, J.  (2017).  Trump campaign manager, ex-aide charged in Russia probe.  Retrieved from
Turley, J.  (2018).  ‘Ethical’ James Comey is under investigation for unethical acts.  Retrieved from
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Mueller Investigation

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The Mueller Investigation or the Special Counsel Investigation was established as a counterintelligence investigation to examine the involvement or interference of the Russian government in the 2016 US Presidential Election. Donald Trump’s presidential campaigns were characterized by allegations of collusion with the Russian government to interfere with the elections. Controversy regarding the probable interference of the Russian government in the US presidential elections in 2016 is one of the major issues that has faced President Trump’s administration. The Special Counsel led by Robert Mueller carried out its investigations into the matter for two years. Given the significance of the issue in the American political landscape, the Mueller Investigation has attracted lots of media coverage and attention over the past two years. This paper examines media coverage on the Mueller Investigation, particularly coverage by Sean Hannity (Fox) and Rachel Maddow (MSNBC).
Media Coverage of Mueller Investigation
Roeder & Mehta (2018) contend…… [Read More]

Associated Press & Griffith, K. (2019, March 23). How Pundits Reacted to Conclusion of Mueller Probe: Hannity Celebrates End of ‘With Hunt’ While Maddow Foresees Further Investigations. Daily Mail. Retrieved April 16, 2019, from
Ewing, P. (2019, April 15). Robert Mueller’s Russia Report is Coming Thursday. Here’s What You Need to Know. National Public Radio. Retrieved April 16, 2019, from
Horton, A. (2019, March 28). Samantha Bee: ‘You Don’t Need Mueller to Tell You Trump is a Bad, Corrupt Man.’ The Guardian. Retrieved April 16, 2019, from
Liptak, K. & Collins, K. (2019, March 28). Trump Claims Vindication After Mueller Does Not Establish Collusion. CNN. Retrieved April 16, 2019, from
Roeder, O. & Mehta, D. (2018, December 19). How Cable News Covered Mueller in 2018. ABC News. Retrieved April 16, 2019, from
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Quebec Referendum

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Elections and Dennis Tourbin Controversy

The following paper is mainly related to elections. It has three parts. In the first part, the paper discusses the effect of leaders on the results of an election. It also discusses the results of Quebec elections 2014 and the effect of leaders on it. The second part of the paper focuses on the Dennis Tourbin controversy and the reasons behind the cancellation of the exhibit it was going to be a part of. The last part of the paper discusses whether the cancellation of the exhibit was against Tourbin's rights or not. It also discusses the impact of the exhibit at Ottawa art gallery on the Quebec referendum.

Impact of Leaders on Election esults

Nowadays, the leaders have a great impact on the performance of the political parties in the elections. The leaders appearing in election advertisements on the television and in different campaign…… [Read More]


Bean, C. & Mughan, A. (1989). Leadership effects in parliamentary elections in Australia and Britain. The American Political Science Review, pp. 1165 -- 1179.

Conway, H. (2014). Quebec election 2014: 5 things to watch. CBC News, 6th April, pp. 1-3.

Conway, H. (2014). Parti Quebecois leader Pauline Marois. CBC News, 21st February, pp. 1-2.

Conway, H. (2014). Quebec Liberal Party Leader Philippe Couillard. CBC News, 19th February, pp. 1-4.