Mueller up to 'shenanigans' to bury Trump

Monday, December 10, 2018
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Robert MuellerOne public policy analyst contends that the much-anticipated final report by Special Counsel Robert Mueller will be nothing more than political shenanigans for Democrats to use against President Donald Trump.

On Friday, Trump announced that his legal team was already hard at work preparing a rebuttal to the final report from the special counsel.

Trump recently took to Twitter to set the record straight again.

"It has been incorrectly reported that Rudy Giuliani and others will not be doing a counter to the Mueller Report,” the president tweeted. “That is Fake News. Already 87 pages done, but obviously, cannot complete until we see the final Witch Hunt Report."

American Family Association (AFA) General Counsel and Public Policy Analyst Abraham Hamilton, III believes that the incoming Democratic House majority is going to use the report to try hurt the president politically.

"They're going [to use] Mueller documents as a baseline from which to continue to cascade innuendo and the imprimatur of misdeeds to continue to bill President Trump as a rogue puppet [for] Russia and all kinds of other nefarious allegations that won't be based in fact,” Hamilton asserted. “But they haven't needed them to be based in fact, previously, to continue this Donald Trump drumbeat of the resist Donald Trump effort – all in an effort to try to flip the Senate and win the presidency in 2020. That is their objective."

Hamilton maintains that this is not a pursuit of justice.

"It is a pursuit in political shenanigans that has been operated on the taxpayer's dime at the highest echelons of our government,” Hamilton argued. “Quite frankly, it's sickening to watch."

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