rump and his aides received less than an hour's notice Wednesday before the Justice Department announced it was bringing in Robert Mueller, an ex-FBI director, as a special counsel to take over the investigation into Russia's election meddling. It was the third straight day this week that brought deeply damaging news to an increasingly beleaguered commander-in-chief.
It was a blindside that will substantially escalate the investigation into the Trump campaign's dealings with Russia. It's also another reminder to an increasingly besieged President of the limitations on his own power, even within the executive branch.
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