Tiger Beat on the Potomac (thanks Charlie!) reports:
“A bipartisan Senate bill designed to protect special counsel Robert Mueller’s job is on track for a vote in the Judiciary Committee, according to a source briefed on the committee’s plans.
“It’s a significant step forward as lawmakers warn President Donald Trump not to fire the man investigating him.
“The combined version of two Mueller protection measures, set to be released Wednesday, would give any special counsel 10 days after a termination to challenge the move in court.”
Tiger Beat also tells us that Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley “has yet to lend his full support…” and seeks “agreement from his committee’s ranking Democrat, Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California, to add the combined Mueller legislation to the panel’s agenda for a Thursday markup.”