Published: Thu, March 21, 2019

Trump Is Fine With Releasing Mueller Report

Trump Is Fine With Releasing Mueller Report

"Let it come out", Trump told reporters at the White House Wednesday. On Wednesday, Trump said that Sessions "didn't have the courage to do it himself" and said that it was interesting "that a man out of the blue just writes a report", before again recalling his Electoral College victory in 2016. That's up to the attorney general. As a result, the full objective of this memo remains unknown to the public. "There were several pages of redacted material that looked like they related to Trump organization issues". The collusion allegations remain unsubstantiated. Former-Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker said in on January 28 he thought the probe is "close to being completed".

But Trump again questioned the grounds for the almost two-year-old investigation, which is also examining whether the president himself criminally obstructed the probe.

He added, "I want to see the report, and you know who will want to see it?"

"If you want to let them see it, let them see it", Trump said of the report, which independent special prosecutor Robert Mueller is believed to be close to finishing.

Independent economists widely expect slower growth this year as the effects of the Trump administration's tax cuts fade, trade tensions and slower global growth hold back exports, and higher interest rates make it more expensive to borrow to buy cars and homes. It then fell to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to decide whether to appoint a special counsel, and he did.

He then took another shot at former Attorney General Jeff Sessions, whom he fired after the midterms.

"A deputy, that's appointed, appoints another man to write a report". I got 63 million more - I got 63 million votes.


So far, the charges Mueller has brought against Trump associates have mostly been unrelated to the campaign or "process" violations incurred during the special counsel's investigation.

The president has repeatedly bashed Mueller and the entire Russian Federation investigation as a "witch hunt". "Explain that", Trump said.

THE FACTS: He did not have as lopsided a victory over Democrat Hillary Clinton as he suggests. None are now registered as Republican.

Trump has been investigated for nearly two years, following suspicions that he or his team had improper ties to Moscow. Rosenstein appointed Mueller, a former FBI director, to conduct the investigation. She was also Strzok's mistress.

"Let's just put on the screen of everybody who's been found guilty or already indicted in the Mueller investigations".

Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump's former lawyer, recently testified before the House Oversight and Reform Committee, on Capitol Hill in Washington.

In 2016, the Federal Bureau of Investigation obtained a FISA warrant to spy on Trump 2016 presidential campaign associate Carter Page, and in the warrant, the Federal Bureau of Investigation used the Steele Dossier, a collection of unsubstantiated claims about Trump-Russia ties compiled by former British spy Christopher Steele, who was commissioned by the Democratic National Committee and the 2016 presidential campaign of former State Secretary Hillary Clinton.

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