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by Daveda Gruber:

Early Friday morning, President Trump took to Twitter to raise issues. Trump hit hard at Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s entire team of investigators.

Trump wants certain things in the Russian Probe report. Trump alleged a slew of internal “conflicts of interest” and suggesting all those controversies should be included in the final report.

Trump was rather quiet on Twitter this past week. He kept a low profile during the long funeral services for the late President George H.W. Bush.

The president was back in form this morning tweeting:

Trump referred to “The woman” who is overseeing the potential prosecution of Corsi is an ally of GOP political operative Roger Stone. She is probably Jeannie Rhee.

Rhee is a federal prosecutor on Mueller’s team and is a former partner at WilmerHale, which is the high-profile law firm where former FBI director Mueller worked before taking on the special counsel role.

Rhee had represented the Clinton Foundation in 2015 in a racketeering suit brought by conservative legal activist group Freedom Watch in 2015.

To make matters worse, Rhee also represented former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in a lawsuit seeking access to her private emails.

Trump went on a little rampage with these tweets:

The flurry of tweets come as Mueller faces a court-imposed Friday deadline.

The deadline set is to file potentially revealing memos outlining how former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort allegedly broke his cooperation agreements with the government.

Also, the deadline includes as how his former longtime personal attorney Michael Cohen should be punished for lying to Congress in 2017 about an abandoned Trump real estate project in Russia.

The Cohen charge, though, was part of a newly announced plea deal, and the ex-Trump lawyer is said to be cooperating extensively with Mueller.

The planned submissions are planned to be set to come just days after Mueller’s office submitted a heavily redacted sentencing memorandum that indicated that fired national security adviser Michael Flynn also had provided “substantial assistance” with several ongoing investigations and recommending no prison time.

Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani called Mueller’s prosecutors “sick puppies” after the redacted filing.

I’d feel bad for “sick puppies” but not for these people. This probe must come to an end. Stop the “witch hunt”.


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