washington - Now that Donald Trump has put his Justice Minister Jeff Sessions aside, the big question is what will happen to the research of former FBI director Robert Mueller. As a special prosecutor, he has far-reaching powers to review the alleged Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. Democratic politicians are very worried. But the first Republican senators have also spoken.
For example, Mitt Romney, who was the Republican presidential candidate in 2008, said that 'it is of great importance that the important work of the Ministry of Justice continues and that the Mueller research is completed unhindered. 'Romney was re-elected Senator for Utah during the Congressional elections.