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The Prosecutor from the team of Muller Wiseman will release the book in late September

Former Prosecutor Andrew Weissman, who worked in the team of "Russian investigation," Robert Mueller, will release in late September, a book about the investigation, said Random House.

"This is the story of our investigation of how our democracy attacked Russia, and how those who have encouraged and ignored the attack, undermine our ability to find the truth," said Weisman in this regard, stressing that he was proud of his work.

Pelosi urged to limit the President's authority to pardon

The speaker of the U.S. house of representatives Democrat Nancy Pelosi on Saturday called for the adoption of a law that would restrict the President's authority to pardon.

Pelosi's statement was followed after President Donald trump on Friday reduced the prison sentence of his friend and former informal adviser Roger stone. The latter was sentenced to three years in prison for obstructing the court in the framework of the "Russian investigation" of spectacular Robert Mueller.

Each of the trump stone should be in jail for the incarceration on 14 July

Friend and former informal adviser to Donald trump, Roger stone should be in jail for the incarceration on July 14, ruled the court of appeal.

"Stone is not subject to further postpone the date of arrival at the prison," reads the court's decision.

Trump reduced his prison sentence to the ex-Advisor to stone

The President of the United States Donald trump reduced the prison sentence of his friend and former informal adviser Roger stone, said in a statement the White house.

"Roger stone free man now!" the statement of the White house.

Facebook eliminated the network accounts associated with a different trump

Company Facebook said Wednesday that eliminated network accounts linked to convicted Roger stone, a friend and former informal adviser to Donald trump.

More than 100 pages associated with stone and active with elections in 2016, was removed for "coordinated inauthentic activities."

Media: the U.S. justice Department intends to publish an expanded version of the Mueller report

The U.S. Department of justice has announced plans to publish by June 19 an extended version of the report of spectracolor Robert Mueller on the "Russian intervention", reports the Washington Post.

In 2019, the human rights group EPIC, and the news site BuzzFeed News filed a lawsuit against the Ministry of justice with a request to publish the report of Muller. A Federal judge for the district of Columbia ruled that the DOJ must provide information on the edit report.