Published: Fri, August 03, 2018
Global Media | By Garry Long

Trump rails against Mueller in Sunday tweetstorm

Trump rails against Mueller in Sunday tweetstorm

Mueller is investigating whether Trump campaign officials worked with Moscow to try to sway the 2016 US presidential election.

Trump's latest tweets come just days after he launched a separate Twitter attack against Mueller and the Russian Federation investigation.

President Trump argued Tuesday that collusion can not be a criminal offense, but he doubled down on denials of any wrongdoing.

Giuliani's comments come as Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort's trial begins.

In an interview on Fox News Saturday evening, the President's lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, said Trump's legal team was investigating the tape of Trump and Cohen and suggested it might have been doctored.

However, the CNN notes that legal experts have repeatedly said that anyone found collaborating with Russian Federation during the 2016 election could be charged with other crimes, such as conspiring with a foreign power. Well, the President didn't hack! "He didn't pay for the hacking".

He said: "I have been sitting here looking in the federal code trying to find collusion as a crime.Collusion is not a crime".

Since "maybe collusion isn't a crime", let's stop talking about it.

They had very few three-pointers to speak of; in other words, they were the opposite of what the NBA is supposed to be today. In fact, not only do they have deficiencies, but they do not even have the tools or resources to resolve those deficiencies.

"That crime is not called collusion in the law books, but illegal campaign contributions by the foreign countries, foreign companies, that would be a crime".

"No collusion" - it's a defense President Trump has used against allegations that his campaign worked with Russian Federation to win the 2016 presidential election.

Now it's possible that Trump himself, or someone on the Trump campaign, could have "colluded" with Russian Federation to commit an act that is not illegal and, therefore, they wouldn't be guilty of any crime.

President Donald Trump should not sit down for an interview with special counsel Robert Mueller, his former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski said. The President has denied he knew about the meeting beforehand. One of those people has already been sentenced and served a month in prison, while three others pleaded guilty and await sentencing.

"We're in the process of responding to their proposal", Giuliani said after an event in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, indicating that Mueller's team had responded Tuesday.

According to Waas, "people familiar with the matter" have told him that both Priebus and McGahn also testified to Special Counsel Robert Mueller that they personally provided this information to Trump during a January 26, 2017 meeting.

Trump and Giuliani's views of Cohen have soured recent weeks, especially after it was revealed that several audio recordings between the President and his former confidant were among evidence produced from the raids. I say that to attack the legitimacy of the investigation, ' Giuliani said.

"I'm happy to tell Mueller that Trump wasn't at the Trump Tower meeting", Giuliani said.

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