Trump attacks Mueller probe

Posted March 07, 2019

Nowicki is not concerned about potential harm to President Donald Trump if Mueller accuses the Republican's campaign of working with Russian Federation to influence the 2016 election.

President Donald Trump drew cheers on legal immigration and boos on the Democrats' Green New Deal before an exuberant crowd on the last day of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), the highest attended conference in its 45-year history.

He predicted he would win re-election by a greater margin than his victory in 2016 - and taunted his potential White House challengers.

"We believe in the American dream, not in the socialist nightmare", he told cheering supporters at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC).

Donald Trump predicts he'll be re-elected in 2020 with increased majority

With the Mueller investigation reportedly coming to an end, Trump criticized the probe as a "collusion delusion" and said that political foes were trying to take him out with "bullshit".

"Now Robert Mueller never received a vote and neither did the person who appointed him", he added.

Trump's credibility doesn't fare well when compared with that of Michael Cohen, his former lawyer, who is set to begin a three-year prison term in May after pleading guilty to lying to Congress about deals he pursued on behalf of Trump.

Sanders blasted the investigation as a "fishing expedition" on which the Democrats embarked because they were terrified that their narrative of Trump colluding with Russian Federation was falling apart, and also because they wanted to distract the public from their radical agenda, including endorsement of infanticide and a green new deal that would bankrupt America. That timeline has evolved over the course of the investigation, with Trump associates saying the project was not entertained during the presidential election to Trump eventually telling the special counsel, according to his lawyer, those conversations may have extended much deeper into the 2016 campaign.

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Deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein appointed Mueller in May 2017 to take over the Russian Federation investigation after Trump fired Comey, whose agency had led the probe initially.

Included in the sampling are 29 percent who said the investigations are not at all likely to produce enough evidence to lead to impeachment and 24 percent who said the investigations are very likely to produce enough evidence to lead to impeachment.

He took particular delight in going after the Democrats' Green New Deal, brought forward by some liberal Democrats in Congress and backed to varying degrees by several of the party's 2020 presidential candidates.

"We have a gentleman that likes a very strong dollar in the Fed", Trump said.

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In interviews with two dozen people in the small towns and villages south and west of Wisconsin's state capital, Madison, the upcoming report was met with frustration and exasperation, illustrating the dangers Democrats face with swing voters if they go too far on the issue. We have a gentleman that loves quantitative tightening in the Fed.

The biggest applause line came when he promised America "will never be a socialist country", echoing a speech he gave to the Venezualan American community in Miami, Florida, on February 18.

Trump says his unnamed non-friend "chokes" whenever he has to make a speech to nine or more people, because of a fear of public speaking, even though "he kills people for a living, meaning mentally and financially".

"We've seen over a thousand illegal contacts from Saudi Arabian governments and a number of other entities with the Trump Organization", the Democrat says. "This is how I got elected, by being off script ... and if we don't go off script, our country is in big trouble, folks".

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Sen. Mark Warner, the top Democrat on the Intelligence Committee, said Barr's first step should be to discuss Mueller's report with the Republican and Democratic leaders of both chambers of Congress and of the respective House and Senate intelligence panels.