JUST IN: Trump Goes On Late-Night Tweet Spree Like A Defective Loser (SCREENSHOT)

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Since the beginning of special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into the Russia collusion case, there has been no shortage of attacks and critiques from Trump against the inquiry. At nearly every opportunity possible, Donald Trump has been outspoken against Mueller’s investigation, calling it a variety of insulting names, and attempting to use irrelevant reasoning to get the case cancelled altogether. However, for every attack that came from Trump, there simultaneously emerged a piece of evidence that further fueled Mueller’s case, pushing the inquiry forward, instead of getting it closer to ending.

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On Friday, Trump used another arbitrary justification to call out Mueller’s “Witch Hunt” as he has so infamously labeled it, citing a GOP report from the House Intelligence Committee to leverage his attacks. According to a report by POLITICO:

‘The GOP report signals the committee found no evidence of collusion between Trump campaign associates and Russia but affirms evidence that Russia interfered in the 2016 election. Though its findings were previewed in a summary a month earlier, President Donald Trump hailed the Republican report as vindication of his claim that there was “no collusion” between him or his team and the Russian government.’

While the report stated the committee found an absence of evidence of a campaign-Russia connection, it did emphasize that other ongoing investigations – such as Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s probe – might be privy to facts the committee could not obtain.’

Despite the fact that the report and its creators clearly claimed that Mueller should continue his probe, given the fact that the special counsel has more access to evidence than the committee did, Trump conveniently disregarded this note as he took to Twitter in complete Trump fashion.

Although the report itself claimed that they found no specific evidence of collusion between the Trump team and Russian officials, they did reaffirm the fact that Russia did have some sort of interfering impact on the 2016 elections.

The 253- page document was a result of roughly a year of investigation by the committee, the conclusion of which has only been supported by Republicans thus far, as Democrats have rejected the findings by GOP members. The ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) stated that the conclusions of the report could not be entirely accepted, due to the fact that the majority party failed to interview certain witnesses and review specific documents that are necessary to making a definitive determination.

The report also went into significant detail regarding the Steele Dossier, the document that alleged illegal ties between Trump and the Russian government, written by former British spy Christopher Steele, denying that the dossier held any credibility. The report claims that the document is merely an example of the pattern of bias that has emerged among Democratic-influenced intelligence officials.

As Trump continues to try and exonerate himself and his team in a case that seems to be moving forward regardless of the obstacles at hand, it is clear that he is feeling the pressure unlike anytime before. Especially considering the new Comey memos that have since been handed over, and the increasing contradictions that Trump himself is causing, it is apparent that Mueller’s probe is becoming armed with more information.

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