Voters are closely divided over whether Special Counsel Robert Mueller will wrap up his probe of the 2016 election any time soon, but just over half think Congress may need to save his job from President Trump.
Most voters don't believe political polls, although Democrats express more confidence in them than others do.
During recent interviews promoting his new book "A Higher Loyalty," former FBI Director James Comey dished about President Trump's hair, the length of his ties, his "orange" look and other personal traits about the man who e ...
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