Robert Mueller's testimony, Rosselló resigns & Jeffrey Epstein found injured: The Morning Rundown
"It is not a witch hunt": Mueller dismissed Trump’s rhetoric about his 2-year investigation.
Former Special Counsel Robert Mueller arrives before testifying to the House Judiciary Committee about his report on Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election on Wednesday. Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images
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Analysis: The nearly 75-year-old former prosecutor and FBI director's testimony offered no blockbuster cinematic moments. Rather, Mueller's demeanor and command of the facts raised questions, NBC News' Ken Dilanian writes.
Analysis: "This is not the same Robert Mueller" that appeared during dozens of previous hearings, said Pete Williams, NBC News Chief Justice Correspondent. (Video)
Jeffrey Epstein, the millionaire financier who is being held on federal sex trafficking charges, was found injured and in a fetal position in his cell at a New York City jail, sources close to the investigation told NBC News on Wednesday night.
Epstein, 66, was found semi-conscious with marks on his neck in his cell at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in Manhattan some time in the last two days, the sources said. Epstein is on suicide watch, two sources said.
"I have every confidence, in 99 days' time we will have cracked it," the New York-born former mayor of London said on the steps of No. 10 Downing Street. "But we aren’t going to wait 99 days because the British people have had enough of waiting. The time has come to act."
The flamboyant journalist-turned-politician has given himself three months to deliver Brexit — the seemingly intractable issue that has divided Britain for three years.