Trump Says He Has ‘Not At All’ Considered Firing Robert Mueller [VIDEO]

President Donald Trump speaks to the media with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell at his side in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, October 16, 2017. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

If Trump fired Mueller, even though it is justified if for no other reason than Mueller's relationship with Comey, the optics of it would be terrible, the media would eat his lunch, and the investigation would be a cloud of his Presidency for the duration he is in office.  Allowing Mueller to conclude his investigation, no matter the conclusion is his best strategy, because he has the truth on his side and the ability to fight and win, in a worst case scenario, ultimately clearing his name in the minds of most Americans. The danger we understand, is Mueller "trumping up" (no pun intended) charges that have nothing to do with Russia.  Something along the lines of jaywalking charges beefed up to a felony. -W.E.


President Trump said on Monday that he has not “at all” considered firing Robert Mueller as special counsel overseeing the investigation into Russian interference in the presidential campaign.

Speaking to reporters at an impromptu press conference in the Rose Garden, Trump did say that he hopes that Mueller’s investigation will come to an end soon, saying that the “American public is sick of” the probe.

“There has been absolutely no collusion,” Trump claimed in response to a reporter’s question about the investigation.


“I’d like to see it end,” he continued, adding that “the whole Russia thing was just an excuse for the Democrats losing the election.”
“They ought to get to the end of it because I think the American public is sick of it.”
Asked a few minutes later about reports that he has discussed firing Mueller, a former FBI director, as special counsel, Trump denied that he has.
“No, not at all,” said Trump.

Mueller was appointed special counsel on May 17, just over a week after Trump fired James Comey as FBI director.


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