Trump borrows language of accusers, critics in Mueller tweet

Republican leader ‘For all practical purposes’ there’s no difference between an FBI informant and spy

Greg Nash

Shep read a tweet from Trump's social media criticizing Mueller's probe as "the rigged Russia Witch Hunt", and accusing Democrats of attempting to meddle in the midterm election.

Former aides to Trump told the New York Times that Trump always falls back on conspiracy theories like this partially because of his personal paranoia and partially because they often play well with his base. "It wasn't just a wiretap against a campaign was secretly gathering information on the Trump Campaign.people call that Spying.this is unprecedented and scandalous.' Mollie Hemingway", Trump tweeted.

But in a Tuesday morning tweetstorm, the president effectively argued that the probe is already threatening to interfere in the vote - and questioned again why the team is not investigating "totally Crooked Hillary Clinton" and Democrats. He questioned why Mueller's team isn't still investigating Hillary Clinton, despite the fact that the Federal Bureau of Investigation did in fact investigate the former secretary of state and found there was no case to prosecute. "And so is President Trump's Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who appointed Mueller, an appointment many top Republicans praised".

'Why aren't the 13 Angry and heavily conflicted Democrats investigating the totally Crooked Campaign of totally Crooked Hillary Clinton.

The case of a California man who pleaded guilty in special counsel Robert Mueller's Russian Federation investigation is moving closer to sentencing. President Trump has been vocal about his belief that it is a "witch hunt" and has repeatedly stated there was no collusion between his election team and the Kremlin.

Since Mr. Trump directed the Department of Justice to investigate whether or not the Federal Bureau of Investigation "infiltrated" his campaign for "political purposes", lawmakers from both parties attended briefings this past week about the FBI's use of informants.

"I don't think they would have asked to interview him until they are pretty much finished with everything".

"This investigation involved far more surveillance than we ever had any idea about". Mueller was appointed by Trump's deputy attorney general, Rod Rosenstein, and before that was named Federal Bureau of Investigation director in 2001 by Republican President George W. Bush.

"The president is fine with it, he's innocent", Giuliani said.

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