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The Most Special-Counsel Thing Ever

Robert Mueller may investigate the man who appointed him. That’s right, deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein himself may find himself in the cross-hairs along with Jeff Sessions. This probe is already widening and we’re just getting started. It’s hard to see how it ends before  indictments, probably for alleged crimes far from the original suspicions about Trump collusion with the Russians (Flynn is obviously the most vulnerable right now). Everyone connected to Donald Trump better be girding themselves for years of drama, leaks, and political warfare before Mueller closes up shop. 


Rich Lowry — Rich Lowry is the editor of National Review. He can be reached via email: 

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