Sally Yates

Special Counsel Robert Mueller has reportedly told Donald Trump’s legal team that the president is “not currently a criminal target.” But that doesn’t mean he’s out of the woods.
"We can’t control whether our public servants lie to us. But we can control whether we hold them accountable," she wrote in a USA Today op-ed.
How many times might President Donald Trump obstructed justice? Turns out, lots.
She attacked Trump for saying that he would not have appointed Attorney General Jeff Sessions because he recused himself from the Russia probes.
“While there is always room to debate the most effective approach to criminal justice, that debate should be based on facts, not fear.”
By Christopher Zoukis Only a little less than a year ago, the second-ranking official in the Department of Justice was declaring
"It seems to me that there’s only one truth and we ought to get to that.”
Let us now praise a class act. Amidst the turmoil of another chaotic week in Trump world, the Comey firing and a pandemic
President Donald Trump’s surprise firing of FBI Director James Comey makes one thing perfectly clear—Americans need an independent
Former United States Attorney General Sally Yates testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee Monday afternoon, blowing
The former acting attorney general testified in front of a nearly all-male senate judiciary subcommittee and firmly stood her ground. She faced interruptions and questions about President Donald Trump's travel ban, but managed to stay poised through it all.
Yates’ warning about Trump's former national security adviser couldn’t be trusted, so Flynn kept his job another three weeks.