It’s already been revealed that Special Counsel Robert Mueller is looking into the possibility that Trump’s threatening tweets may be considered witness tampering and obstruction of justice. Trump decided to ignore that news and double down even more.
Trump’s very public threats against his own appointed Attorney General Jeff Sessions have already led to trouble. Sessions recused himself from anything related to the Russian collusion investigation after he lied to Congress, which reportedly infuriates Trump. He’s complained many times that Sessions should have told him prior to being nominated, which would have been before his confirmation hearing, that he was going to recuse himself because he lied during his confirmation hearing.
Just like most of the things Trump says, that makes no sense.
Peter Strzok is not the first FBI agent to ever not like a president or a presidential candidate. In fact, most people in the United States, regardless of their occupation, have strong feelings about politicians. So far, no investigation has found that Strzok or anyone else was influenced by their personal feelings to do the work or reach the conclusions they did during the investigation.
Trump is all about folks resigning because they’re under investigation. That sounds like great advice.
As the investigation into Trump’s campaign efforts to collude with a foreign adversary in order to illegitimately be elected to the presidency reveals more and more dirt, these tweets are only going to get more desperate. As the tweets and rants increase, it’s a sure sign that more evidence is coming.
Twitter was not impressed with Trump’s complaints, either. See some of their comments below:
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