Donald Trump’s Intentions with Counsel Robert Mueller

White House deputy press secretary Sarah Sanders assured reporters that President Donald Trump was not intending to fire special counsel Robert Mueller who is now heading up the Russia investigation.

“While the president has the right to, he has no intention to do so,” Sanders told reporters aboard Air Force One.

Newsmax CEO Chris Ruddy sparked a media rampage after saying that he believed that Trump was considering firing Mueller.

White House press secretary Sean Spicer denied Ruddy’s remarks, but his comments fueled most of the media narrative on Wednesday.

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  • gunsmith22022

    the former f b i director has stated there is NO evidence of any wrong doing by trump or his associates. why is there even any investigation going on?

    • The Redman

      Most white-folks love 2 steal, kill, B killed, and lie. gun worshiper. hahahahhaahah.. bang, bang

  • The Redman

    She have 2 suck up 2 trump-ah-hump. B loyal. hahahahhahahhaahaha. stupid, evil, lying, white-folks.

  • Knight56

    Comey is a good friend of Mueller and the two men have been described as “brothers in arms” and law enforcement twins by many who know them. This is according to an article in WaPo.
    According to Section II(c) of the DoJ Governments Ethics Outline:

    “No DoJ employee may participate in a criminal investigation or prosecution if he has a personal or political relationship with any person or organization substantially involved in the conduct that is the subject of the investigation or prosecution, or would be directly affected by the outcome.”

    Clearly, there is a conflict of interests here.

    Mueller should either recuse himself or Rosenstein should disqualify him based on this ethic code. But, Rosenstein is also a heavy democrat supporter and an ally of these two men so why would he.