This is good news for America but bad news for Trump.
An ethics probe at the Department of Justice has cleared Robert Mueller to serve as a special prosecutor in the investigation of the Trump campaign's ties to Russia.
Former FBI Director Robert Mueller has been cleared by Department of Justice ethics experts to oversee the federal investigation into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia, a department spokeswoman said on Tuesday.
Mueller was appointed special counsel last week to ensure an independent probe, but an ethics rule limiting government attorneys from investigating people their former law firm represented raised questions over how Mueller would be allowed to operate.
Shortly after Mueller was appointed by Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein, the Trump regime floated the idea of using Mueller's previous association with the law firm that represents Jared Kushner to block him from investigating Kushner.
Many, including myself, are beginning to suspect Kushner may be at the center of everything. Fortunately, the Justice Department's review of Mueller found that he never personally represented Kushner or his wife Ivanka.
The Trump regime's plan to block his investigation on ethical grounds has been squashed.