This article from the Nation closely examines Robert Mueller’s special-counsel investigation, and where it might end up. It notes the possibility that Mueller will bend to political pressure, or that President Trump will interfere with the investigation as he did by firing Comey. However, the more likely result is that Mueller will simply hand over his findings to Congress and let them do what they will with it. Which brings us back to the political question. Can a majority Republican Congress oust Trump? Or is his base to loyal and large to allow it?