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President Trump and his allies a boost to their attacks on the mainstream media for hammering Russia agreement narrative now that Special Counsel Robert Müller has no evidence to support the claims, the renewal of the controversial accusation that the “enemy of the people.”
“The Mainstream media are under fire, and despised all over the world as a corrupt and FAKE. For two years they oppressed the Russian arrangement deception if you always knew that there was No collusion. They really are the enemy of the people, and the Real opposition party!” Trump tweeted on Tuesday.
DEMS DO NOT TAKE NO COLLUSION FOR AN ANSWER, LOOKING FOR MUELLER EVIDENCE, AND MORE
The president’s tweets come after the investigation, shaken, drew to the White house for almost two years to the end. After a summary of the Müller ‘ s report, released on Sunday by attorney General Bill Barr, the special counsel is not evidence of collusion between members of the Trump campaign, or anyone associated with the campaign, and the Russians during the 2016 presidential elections.
In the investigation of the Wake, Trump and his allies have invoked the Stokes for the examination not only of the probe’s origins date back to the FBI, but the role of the media the allegations.
The Republican National Committee has churned out statistics and highlights from the heavy coverage in the media around the probe,-by their number, these include nearly 1,200 stories in The New York Times. The Trump campaign, on Monday, a message to the “TV producer, published” the challenge of the “credibility” of prominent Democrats, including house Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., the on air to discuss the Russia-case.
He accused the guests of the “false allegations,” the campaign urged to consider the media, whether you continue to bring them on air.
“At least, if these guests do, you should offer the playback of the previous statements, and challenge to, the evidence in the case, you will be prompted to wild claims in the first place,” said the memo from Communications Director Tim Murtaugh.
The special counsel was also asked to investigate whether the President committed obstruction of justice—prompted a claim to a large part of trump’s decision to fire the former FBI Director, James Comey. Müller reviewed the evidence, but decided not to come to a conclusion on the Problem. Instead, Barr and Deputy attorney Rod Rosenstein effectively not deleted, trombone, namely, that the evidence from the case, “is sufficient to establish that the President committed obstruction of justice is punishable by law.”
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Democrats in Congress blasted Barr for the statement that the Democrats in the House Judiciary Committee, it seemed to say, “is how the Department of Justice, by questions directly in the Congress’ court.”
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler, D-NY, have vowed to Barr witnesses before the Committee in the “near future” and said it “must dismiss full transparency”, what is uncovered Müller, “the President’s misconduct.”
“The DOJ, the public is owed more than a brief summary, and the decision not to go further in their work,” Nadler tweeted Sunday, adding that, since Müller does not relieve Trump to obstruction of justice, “we need to hear from the AG Barr of its decision and the underlying evidence for the American people all the facts.”
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Later, Nadler, along with other top Democrats, such as house Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., and House Oversight Committee Chairman Elijah Cummings, D-Md., issued a statement in the questioning of Barr ‘ s “objectivity” and calling for the release of Miller’s full report.
Fox News’ Judson Berger contributed to this report.