Trump Tweets All About Mueller Time

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It’s Wednesday.

The day has arrived where Special Counsel Robert Mueller is appearing before two House Committees to testify regarding the Russian Election Investigation Report.

President Trump has expressed his displeasure with Mueller testifying in 9 tweets, he’s deleted two, only to re-issue them, giving him a total of 7 tweets before Mueller started his testimony.

So Democrats and others can illegally fabricate a crime, try pinning it on a very innocent President, and when he fights back against this illegal and treasonous attack on our Country, they call It Obstruction?

There is no evidence that suggests the Democrats or others fabricated a crime.

“Fights back” As Snip Bytes reported former Republican Rep. Justin Amash (I-MI) in tweets, laid out how Obstruction of Justice works.

Mueller was not assigned to investigate the investigators.

As the News Blender reported on Wednesday morning ahead of Mueller’s testimony, NBC News reported late Tuesday that according to Mueller’s spokesperson Jun Popkin, Aaron Zebley was not a last minute addition, or unknown to the Committees.

Aaron Zebley was the Deputy Special Counsel and had day-to-day oversight of the investigations conducted by the Office. He will accompany Special Counsel Mueller to the Wednesday hearings, as was discussed with the committees more than a week ago.

NBC News.

The short answer, it was not his job to investigation Hillary Clinton.

May 17th, 2017, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein acting as Attorney General, appointed Robert Mueller Special Counsel to “to oversee the previously-confirmed FBI investigation of Russian government efforts to influence the 2016 presidential election and related matters.”

The order authorizing the investigation states:

For a look at all of the Special Counsel’s work @

Delete Tweet.

From the Mueller Report.

Steve Bannon disagrees with the President on the President’s account that Mueller was interviewing to retake the position of FBI Director.

Mueller Report pg. 81 (PDF pg. 293)

The footnote.

Footnote Mueller Report pg. 81 (PDF pg. 293)


During the Judiciary Committee recess the President tweeted 1 time.

Fifteen Hours ago.


As the hearing is ongoing, tracking down this specific exchange that Fox News’ Katie Pavlich is referencing, will take a bit of time and less distraction on my part. I will try to remember to do so, once the hearing has concluded.

This post might be updated within reason.

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