The day Robert Mueller feared finally arrived.
After nearly 18 months of running a rigged witch hunt against the President, Mueller was forced to confront one important truth.
And Mueller realized his days were numbered when he found out how Trump will shut him down.
The fake news media, Democrats, and Never-Trump Republicans are counting down the days until Robert Mueller issues his report.
These anti-Trump forces believe his report will be the final nail in the coffin for Trump’s Presidency.
Reporters have speculated for months that Mueller is holding back secret evidence of Russian collusion.
These so-called journalists have also spent endless hours rumor-mongering about Mueller having a devastating case that proves Trump obstructed justice by firing former FBI Director James Comey.
Trump haters are even holding out hope Mueller’s report has proof that Trump perjured himself in his written answers to the special counsel’s questions regarding Russian collusion.
Mueller is expected to deliver his report by February—but it’s not all good news for the swamp.
Department of Justice regulations stipulate that Mueller must submit his report to the Attorney General.
There is no requirement for the special counsel to file his report with members of Congress or make his findings public.
The Democrat majority in Congress will certainly subpoena the report.
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler already stated that this would be a priority before the Democrats took power.
However, that doesn’t leave Trump without any cards to play.
Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani told Bloomberg News in an exclusive interview that the President could assert executive privilege to stop the Democrats from leaking portions of Mueller’s report.
Bloomberg reports on their exclusive interview:
“We will look at it and see if the president thinks there is a valid claim and if there is, do we want to make it,” said Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani. “We reserve the right. We don’t know if we have to, but we haven’t waived it.”
Giuliani said the White House would be willing to fight in court to preserve material it considers privileged.
Executive privilege was created by President Eisenhower who asserted that staff members who spoke to him in private did not have to reveal their conversations.
If Trump decides to use his executive privilege, it would lead to a court fight that could tie up the report’s release for months.
And Trump supporters believe the President has every right to contest Mueller’s report.
There is a good chance the report will paint Trump’s actions in the most negative light possible.
Even if Trump – or his campaign – did nothing wrong, critics believe Mueller and his team will write the report with damning language right up to the line of calling the President a criminal without actually doing so.
Mueller will take this route because there’s simply no evidence of any Russian collusion.
It was a hoax invented completely by the Democrats to explain away Hillary Clinton’s defeat.
And the idea that Mueller will claim Trump obstructed justice by executing his lawful power to fire a subordinate – James Comey – is laughable.
The report is a farce and Mueller should not expect to submit a document containing exaggerations or falsehoods without any resistance or push-back.
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