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Trump accuses the Democrats of ‘wasting everyone’s time’ with ‘nonsense’ studies

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President Trump takes questions from the press in front of the White house for Lima, Ohio.

President Trump house Democrats accused on Friday of wasting “everyone’s time” with its numerous investigations, said in his management, the company and the campaign, a “continuation of the same nonsense.”

These studies have high risks as a Special Counsel Robert Müller Russia’s investigation is widely expected to turn it off. As he left the White house on Friday for the Mar-a-Lago, the President said: “It’s just a continuation of the same witch-hunt. You know it, and behind closed doors, they laugh about it.”

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He continued, “It is only a continuation of the same nonsense.”

The President said that Democrats “should go to work” and “infrastructure” and “a lot of other things done, instead of wasting people’s time.”

The president’s comments come amid mounting speculation that Müller’ s report is sent soon, Attorney General William Barr. Barr will ultimately decide what, if anything, can be made of the report available to the public.

“It will be very interesting,” Trump said when asked about the Mueller report. “We’ll see what happens. There is no collusion, no disability.”

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He added: “It’s all a big hoax. Everyone knows about it. I know the attorney-General, he is very considered—in the end make a decision.”

No matter when and how the investigation ends, house Democrats are aggressively ramp-up a network of Committee probes and high-profile hearings that will probably last into the 2020 election year, will be on their own Trump-related investigations.

Trump’s comments come after the White house rejected on Thursday a call by house Democrats for documents related to the private conversations between the US President and the Russian President Vladimir Putin.

White House Counsel Pat Cipollone wrote a letter to house Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Eliot Engel, D-NY, and Oversight Committee Chairman Elijah Cummings, D-Md., on Thursday, claims that it is “to force no legal authority” for another branch of the government, “the President is open to diplomatic relations with foreign heads of state and government.”

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler, D-NY, also leads to an investigation of “alleged obstruction of justice, public corruption and other abuses of power by President Trump”, he announced, at the beginning of this month. Nadler requested documents and records connected with 81 people and entities, in a way, to the President. So far, only a fraction have been concerned in the probe is not responding, or the document meets the requirements, by the Nadler-imposed deadline of March 18.

Fox News’ Andrew O’reilly contributed to this report.

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