As President Trump continues to attack special counsel Robert Mueller, many are urging lawmakers to pass a bill to protect Mueller. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said such a bill "isn't necessary" because he doesn't believe Trump would fire Mueller. Plus, most Republicans don't believe Congress should get involved in the investigation at all. But others believe bipartisan legislation protecting Mueller is a must. To do nothing would invite a constitutional crisis. What do you think?
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