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Trump says that Mueller did ‘terrible’ job at the hearings, but had to work for nothing’

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Trump says there was no defense for this ” ridiculous hoax,’ in response to Robert Miller’s statement to the committees before the House Judiciary and intelligence.

President Trump slammed former Special Counsel Robert Müller the testimony before two house committees on Wednesday afternoon, he says, “has to work a terrible job today, and with respect to the investigation,” but “in all fairness to him, he had nothing to do.”

Trump “examine called the investigators,” confirmed his feelings that Mueller Russia investigation stretched over two years was a “ridiculous hocus-pocus” and a “witch-hunt is already for a long time.”

During his testimony, Miller Trump’s denied allegations that the investigation was a “witch-hunt” and that the Trump campaign, welcomed Russian help to win them the 2016 election.

In a fiery press conference, where the President pointed to several news agencies, the press pool is “fake news, call it”, he said Democrats never tried to give up to indict him for the crimes in connection with the Russian interference in the election of 2016.

TRUMP TWEETS CRYPTIC STATEMENT WHEN MÜLLER HEARINGS AT THE END OF

In fact, Rep. Al Green, D-Texas, brought before the indictment against Trump in the house of representatives, but without success, said on Wednesday that he will continue to say champion in charge: “We can not allow that the President is watching.”

“The Democrats lost so big today,” Trump said in front of the White house on Wednesday afternoon. “Your party is in shambles now. You have ‘the team’ at the top of their party. You are a mess,” he said, adding that this was a “devastating day for the Democrats.”

Trump said the investigation was nothing more than a “fake cloud,” said Reps. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., Jerry Nadler, D-New York, Chuck Schumer, D-NY, and Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., to say that “each of them knew that it was all fake stuff.”

“The Democrats had nothing. And now, you have said less than nothing,” Trump. “I think you are gonna lose seats in the elections of 2020, including the Congress, because of the path they have chosen.”

Trump paid tribute to his Republican colleagues, calling them “warriors” and praise them for the “defense of our country.”

“This was a very big day for our country,” Trump. “It was a very big day for the Republican party, and you could say it was a great day for me, but I can’t even tell you.”

Müller confused legislators and the public, if he testified first before the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday that, if it were not for the Office of Legal Counsel rule that says a sitting President cannot be indicted while in office, Miller would have someone to prosecute, the President, on the basis of the results of its investigation.

“The reason that you do not accuse the President, because of the OLC opinion, not to a President-in-office, right?” Rep. Ted Lieu, D-Calif. Müller asked.

“Really,” Mueller replied.

Müller backpedaled on these comments at the top of the second hearing of the day before the House Intelligence Committee, said: “I would like to add a correction to my statement this morning. I want to go back to a thing that was said this morning by Mr. Lieu, who said, and I quote, ‘You have impeachment of the President because of the OLC opinion. This is not the right way to say it. As we say in the report, and as I a decision whether the President committed a crime, said at the opening, we can’t achieve that.”

When asked by the legislature whether or not the results of the investigation relieved really the President, Miller replied, “no.”

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Trump attacked to tell Muller about his statement, “he did not have the right to discharge,” in spite of Trump again and again with Müller’s summary report as a proof that it relieved him of wrongdoing, shortly after he was released, in April.

Trump also said Müller and Democrats “ruined the lives of the people,” the former national security adviser to Michael Flynn, who pleaded guilty to the falsification of statements to the Ministry of justice in the year 2017.

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