“When Comey closed [the case] in July — although I think it was a complete whitewash — I’d like to have them do that for us,” the former New York mayor said…

“When cases are ripe to be brought, he will bring them,” said Peter Zeidenberg, a former federal prosecutor who served as deputy to special counsel Patrick Fitzgerald during the Bush-era Valerie Plame CIA leak investigation. “He won’t be doing any press conferences, of course. So no Comey-like scenarios. He will let his pleadings do the talking for him.”

Even after 12 months on the job, Mueller appears far from finishing his work. The first of two criminal trials for former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort is scheduled to begin in July, and other parts of his probe look to be expanding.