Trump Erupts Into Pre-Dawn ‘Obstruction Of Justice’ Mental Breakdown; He Came Fully Unhinged

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On President Trump’s 71st birthday, he was given the surprise of his life that was a surprise to no one else: special counsel Robert Mueller announced that while Trump may not have been under investigation personally during James Comey’s tenure, he is now. The president is being investigated for obstruction of justice.

Needless to say, Trump is not happy about the news.

Actually, there is ample evidence that Trump’s campaign team was in contact with Russian intelligence officials during the 2016 presidential campaigns, and Mueller is investigating that contact. No one can say for sure yet exactly how the Trump/Russia investigation will pan out. However, evidence of Trump’s obstruction is much more evident.

Fired FBI Director James Comey testified under oath, with memos written at the time of the incident to back up his statement, that Trump cleared a room during a meeting to say to Comey privately that he “hoped” the FBI director would “let go” of the investigation into Trump’s national security adviser, Michael Flynn. Much has been made of the word “hope,” but no one can deny that when Comey didn’t do what Trump “hoped,” he was fired.

Twitter users responded in force to Trump’s tweets, reminding the president that the evidence in this case has already been laid out before the public.

No matter how many times Trump tweets about witch hunts and “conflicted” people, the investigation is happening, and the proof of his obstruction played out in front of the entire American voting public.

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