Adams: Mueller team on unending Trump chase

Friday, December 22, 2017
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Chad Groening (OneNewsNow.com)

Robert MuellerA former Justice Department attorney predicts that special counsel Robert Mueller and his Trump-hating attorneys will hound President Donald Trump until the end of his presidency. 

"It's never going to end until the presidency of Donald Trump ends," J. Christian Adams says of Mueller's investigation for Russian collusion.

The current investigation began in May when Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein tapped Mueller to head the investigation that is moving into a new year.

Adams

Trump, meanwhile, has denied D.C. rumors that he plans to fire Mueller during the Christmas holidays.

Adams, known for his role as an Obama-era whistleblower at the DOJ, has said Mueller is on an "out-of-control crusade" to wreck Trump's election win and is being helped by attorneys who are "relics" of the previous administration.

He tells OneNewsNow those attorneys have a "rabid desire" to keep investigating until they put Trump in prison.

"It's going to be a full-fledged constant resist attack," Adams says, "by the powers of the Deep State, the ideological Left."

There is no predicting where the investigation is going, he says, but predicts it's going to get ugly. 

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