Trump’s lawyer used one word to describe Robert Mueller’s end game
Special Counsel Robert Mueller has investigated President Trump for one year.
And pundits and politicians are speculating as to when the probe will wrap up.
Donald Trump’s lawyer weighed on and used one frightening word to describe Mueller’s end game.
Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani was at a conference in Israel where he delivered remark about the state of the Mueller investigation.
Giuliani blasted Mueller for conducting a witch hunt and declared that Mueller’s intent was to frame the President.
“Special counsel Robert Mueller’s office is “trying very, very hard to frame” President Donald Trump, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani said at a conference Wednesday in Israel.
Giuliani said Mueller’s team, tasked with investigating Russian interference in the 2016 election and allegations that the Trump campaign colluded in those efforts, is composed of “13 highly partisan Democrats … (who) are trying very, very hard to frame him to get him in trouble when he hasn’t done anything wrong.”
Trump has also blasted Mueller for hiring 13 angry Democrats.
And the special counsel’s team is filled with some of the most partisan lawyers in America.
One member of the team even did work for the Clinton Foundation.
This is not a real investigation.
Investigations are conducted to determine the facts of a specific crime.
When Mueller was appointed, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein did not list a crime he was to investigate.
Mueller was given a blank check to run a political fishing expedition.