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A cover letter for an ethics regulations proposal which reads, in part, 'The petition offers no view on this means of adjusting the terms of ?7, or any other provision of c. 268A. All of the petitioners, however, agree that the most flexible and timely mechanism to address the issues raised in the aftermath of 13-1 is a regulation under the Commission's c. 268B, ? 3(a)(2), authority and that the proposed regulation is an excellent starting point to initiate the regulatory process under c. 30A.'
The impaneling of a grand jury to investigate Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election hammers home the imperative that the Trump Administration must not interfere with Robert Mueller’s investigation or that of the grand jury. Regardless of whether the President wants to continue to call Russian election interference “fake news,” he and his Administration must take this criminal investigation seriously and offer investigators their full cooperation.