Americans are just over it when it comes to Robert Mueller digging around in the far flung corners of the Trump White House, casting an increasingly wide net that seems to hover over the entire nation’s conscience.
If you’ve begun to tune out of the entire thing, we can’t blame you. A lot of America is doing the same.
— Carpe Donktum🔹 (@Carpedonktum) April 10, 2018
Dirty cop Mueller sought all records related to the “Access Hollywood” tape when they raided Trump lawyer Michael Cohen…
J Edgar Hoover: Most corrupt of all time.
Robert Mueller: Hold My Beer🍺
— Deplorable🤠Rāzərbak (@MediaJuggernaut) April 11, 2018
Of course, should the President choose to fire Robert Mueller, there would be certain Hell to pay. The liberal left, who is now radicalized beyond a shadow of a doubt, would surely rise up and “resist” – a leftist code word for “leave work early”, “take selfies”, and possibly “loot”.
So we will be forced to possibly witness some sort of civil conclusion to this whole fishing trip. Great. Yippee. Why not just get this thing over with sooner rather than later, and allow the President to be the Commander in Chief? That’s what Rudy Giuliani is advocating for, and now he’s onboard the Trump train.
Former New York mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani, a combative former prosecutor and longtime ally of President Trump, told The Washington Post on Thursday that he has joined the president’s legal team dealing with the ongoing special counsel probe.
“I’m doing it because I hope we can negotiate an end to this for the good of the country and because I have high regard for the president and for Bob Mueller,” Giuliani said in an interview.Giuliani, who joins a legal team that has struggled to recruit new members to its ranks, said he has been speaking with Trump for weeks about joining the group of legal advisers. He said he would work alongside Trump’s current attorneys, Jay Sekulow and Ty Cobb, who focus on the federal investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. He also said he will soon take a leave from his law firm, Greenberg Traurig.