Trump & the Mueller Investigation
From left: Jim Peterson (Foley & Lardner); Scott Fredericksen (Foley & Lardner) and Stephen Brugger (AmCham Denmark)
The AmCham Loft

On September 12, AmCham held a PowerBreakfast at the AmCham Loft on Trump and the ongoing Robert Mueller investigation.

Scott Fredericksen, a long time U.S. Department of Justice criminal prosecutor, and now white collar criminal defense counsel at Foley & Lardner in Washington D.C., shared the latest developments on the Mueller Special Counsel Investigation.

Mr. Fredericksen, who has occasionally been called upon to comment on the investigation in the media, provided an expert overview of the different legal scenarios in the Mueller trials – and its meaning for the country and the presidency.

His talking points included:

  • Can the President be indicted while in office?
  • Can the President pardon himself, and what limits are there to the pardoning authority of the President?
  • What impact will the prosecutions of his former counsel, Michael Cohen, and his former campaign manager, Paul Manafort, have on the investigation?
  • Can the President fire or terminate Mueller, or the Deputy Attorney General who oversees the Mueller investigation?
  • How is the Special Counsel different from the Whitewater (Starr) investigation of Bill Clinton?

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Foley & Lardner LLP
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