A recent report indicates that Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation is nearing its end, but former independent counsel Ken Starr isn't so sure.
Former independent counsel Ken Starr said recent legal developments may have been embarrassing for President Trump, but he doesn't believe the president is at risk of indictment or impeachment.
Ken Starr said that while Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation has not yet revealed any evidence of Trump-Russia collusion, the probe has not "gone off on a tangent."
Kenneth Starr said he doesn't think it's likely that the written answers President Trump has provided to Robert Mueller would conflict with any evidence the special counsel has already collected.
Some legal experts -- including Fox News' Judge Andrew Napolitano -- have said acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker's appointment is unlawful, but former independent counsel Ken Starr disagrees.
Clinton-era Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr said Monday on "Tucker Carlson Tonight" that he has "concerns" about the team surrounding Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
Ken Starr said Saturday that Brett Kavanaugh "overwhelmingly" deserves to be confirmed to the Supreme Court.
Senate Intelligence Committee Vice Chairman Mark Warner said President Donald Trump is "obsessed" with Robert Mueller's Russia probe and that he is besmirching the reputation of law enforcement.
Attorney and former federal judge Ken Starr said he's "deeply disappointed" in James Comey.
Former Solicitor General Kenneth Starr said Saturday on "Fox & Friends" that the Mueller probe into whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russia doesn't seem to be actually investigating that particular allegation.
Clinton-era Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr discussed the ongoing Mueller investigation into President Donald Trump.
Attorney and former federal judge Ken Starr said Thursday it's "preposterous" to believe Russia's efforts on social media impacted the result of the 2016 election.