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Recent initiatives at the OPCW to condemn Syria for using chemical weapons have not garnered enough support.It is unclear how long Mrs" says Derek Harvey, Read the rest of the story from our partners at NBC News Contact us at [email protected] President Donald Trump knows for sure if he has decided to fire special counsel Robert Mueller or senior staffers at the US Department of Justice But White House aides and members of Congress responding to the president’s angry tweets and to on-the-record statements by his spokespeople are scrambling to prepare themselves for the possibility and its fallout Asked about fresh investigative steps by US law enforcement agents against the President’s personal lawyer Michael Cohen White House press secretary Sarah Sanders on Friday said “The president’s been clear that he has a deep concern about the direction the special counsel has taken” She declined to say whether Trump intended to fire Mueller or his immediate superior Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein Trump himself has sent mixed signals In a tweet on Wednesday the President called Mueller’s investigation “Fake & Corrupt” and said the special counsel was “the most conflicted of all” But on Thursday he tweeted what sounded like an endorsement of the approach advocated by his lawyers of maintaining a “cooperative disciplined approach” to engagement with Mueller’s investigation I have agreed with the historically cooperative disciplined approach that we have engaged in with Robert Mueller (Unlike the Clintons) I have full confidence in Ty Cobb my Special Counsel and have been fully advised throughout each phase of this process Donald J Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 12 2018 The uncertainty has some at the White House hoping that the crisis that would follow a firing of the special counsel or others at Justice might be averted “Im not anticipating that" legislative affairs director Marc Short told TIME Friday when asked about the prospect of Trump firing Mueller or top Justice Department officials any time soon And some members of Congress appear to be trying to talk the president down from any dramatic moves Republican Sens Lindsey Graham and Chuck Grassley have said that firing Mueller or Rosenstein would be very damaging for the president In response to a question from TIME Friday Sanders said that Trump speaks with lawmakers regularly and would “continue consulting with them” on the Mueller investigation and other issues At the Capitol members of Congress are nevertheless coming up with action plans for how to respond to any Trump firings including advancing legislation to protect Mueller The Senate Judiciary Committee is moving forward a bipartisan bill co-authored by Graham and fellow Republican Sen Thom Tillis of North Carolina and Democratic Sens Chris Coons of Delaware and Cory Booker of New Jersey that is a combination of two prior legislative efforts to safeguard the special counsel The new bill would codify existing Justice Department regulations saying that the special counsel can only be fired by a senior Justice Department official for "good cause" and would add a 10-day window during which Mueller could appeal his firing to a panel of judges to determine whether the "good cause" standard was met Staffers for both Booker and Coons the two Democratic sponsors note the judicial review window as one of the key aspects of the bill "We think it makes sense to spell out what happens next" says an aide to Coons "Because there will be a lot of uncertainty and frankly panic in the country if something like that were to happen and that doesnt serve anyones interest" Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said Thursday "the consequences of firing Mr Rosenstein Mr Mueller or issuing political pardons would be dire for our democracy" The New York Democrat applauded the bill and said "We in Congress have that power to prevent that constitutional crisis and to do it right away We have the power to protect the Special Counsels investigation" But even among those who want to protect Mueller’s probe there is distrust Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley the Iowa Republican who said this week it would be "suicide" for Trump to try to fire Mueller has pushed to bring the bipartisan bill before his committee But Sen Dianne Feinstein of California the committees top Democrat has slowed it down over concerns about an amendment Grassley wants to add The amendment which as of Friday Democrats havent seen would require reports be submitted to Congress at "major junctures" in the investigation according to a Republican Judiciary Committee aide including if the investigation changes scope or in advance of the firing the special counsel "What that does is it allows Congress to exercise its constitutional oversight authorities; [its] just a general check and balance process to ensure that we are well informed of whats going on" says the aide It is a way the aide says to ensure "theres a good justification for whatever is being done” Democrats fret that Grassleys amendment could be too broad requiring regular updates to Congress on the investigations progress in a way that would hinder it rather than provide oversight "Im worried about an amendment we havent been able to review that could undermine the investigation" Feinstein said in a statement Thursday "Shes worried that more information to Congress would be not good" the Republican judiciary aide asks incredulously "I would think that people on both sides of the aisle in Congress would want more information rather than less about decisions made in the course of the investigation" Some senators also have constitutional concerns about the bill limiting the Presidents authority to fire executive branch officials concerns that Grassley has recognized For all that even as Grassley brings the bill to his committee next week theres broad recognition that it has a slim chance of passage Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky who would make the decision to bring it to a vote by the full Senate said this week he hasnt seen a "clear indication yet" that a bill like this is necessary And in the end absent a veto-proof supermajority in the Senate Trump would have to sign the bill for it to become law an event many view as unlikely Nevertheless senators have been raising this issue for months; the original bills that were merged into the current effort were introduced last August And aides for both Booker and Coons say theyre seeing more emphasis on this issue now and more openness from Republicans to take it up "We think its really important in a highly polarized time to send a bipartisan message about the special counsel investigation and its role in upholding the rule of law in this country" says the Coons staffer And while this bill would serve future special counsels as well the aide notes "Whats happening now shines a spotlight on the need and creates a sense of urgency" On Friday the White House announced the pardon of Scooter Libby a former chief of staff to Vice President Dick Cheney Libby was convicted of perjury and obstruction of justice as part of an investigation undertaken by another special counsel Patrick Fitzgerald who is a Comey pal President George W Bush commuted Libby’s sentence of 30 months in prison but did not pardon him Some worried that Trump was trying to signal a willingness to others involved in special counsel investigations that he wasnt afraid of using his pardon powers "Its not about me its absolutely not about Scooter Libby its about Donald Trump and his future" Valerie Plame the former CIA agent whose identity was leaked by Libby told MSNBC on Friday "Its very clear that this is a message he is sending that you can commit crimes against national security and you will be pardoned" Sanders denied that the Libby pardon was a message to Mueller “One thing has nothing to do with the other” she said As of 6 pm on Friday both Mueller and Rosenstein still had their jobs That left most in Washington holding their breath into the weekend at the end of an extraordinary week With reporting by Brian Bennett and Philip Elliott/Washington Write to Tessa Berenson at [email protected] leader in Okuku, Even if we’ve had political disagreements,贵族宝贝Kiera, as did nine Democrats. spacey manchild given to sharing too much information. 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