Trump Opens Fire On Mueller, Comey As New Revelations Expected Today

Lamar Ellis
December 7, 2018

The typo-ridden rant on Twitter, sent over the course of an hour early Friday, questioned Mueller's work and criticized key figures from Justice Department official Bruce Ohr to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. The special counsel also will detail the lies prosecutors say former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort told that led to his plea deal falling apart.

Trump tweets: "Robert Mueller and Leakin' Lyin' James Comey are Best Friends, just one of many Mueller Conflicts of Interest".

The special counsel and federal prosecutors in NY will have to file memos in court on Friday detailing the cooperation of longtime Trump legal fixer Michael Cohen.

The president, eager to undermine the Mueller probe and those overseeing it, pointed to a memo Rosenstein crafted that was used by Trump to try justifying his decision to fire then-FBI Director James Comey as proof Rosenstein should not have been overseeing the Mueller investigation. Isn't Rod therefore totally conflicted?

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Democrats complain Republicans are simply trying to fuel a conspiracy theory to protect Trump from the ongoing Russian Federation probe led by special counsel Robert Mueller. So far, more than 30 people have been charged or pleaded guilty in Mueller's investigation.

The tirade came as three new court documents are scheduled to emerge Friday that "could shed new light on what Donald Trump's former top aides have been telling - or not telling - federal investigators", NBC News reports.

The president has called Cohen a liar and "weak person".

Gowdy (R-S.C.), who sits on the House Judiciary Committee and chairs the House Oversight Committee, said lawmakers want to ask Comey about "everything" that occurred at the bureau under his watch, including the Hillary Clinton email investigation, the impetus for the Russian Federation probe and alleged FISA abuse.

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