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Angry US President Wanted To Terminate Robert Mueller As Per Russian Conspiracy Report

by Haimantee Ghosh | April 19, 2019

Concerning about the dooming of his Presidency, an angry US President, Donald Trump forced Robert Mueller to be terminated before he could intensify his investigation into Russian election intervening, claimed by the long-awaited report from the special counsel.

The more than 400-page document, has been disclosed publicly in edited form by the Justice Department, defined how the US President stated his then White House counsel, Don Mcghan, to inform the acting attorney general that Mueller “must be removed” – something Mcgahn declined to do.

The report – which presented as the United States plunges into the provocation of a bitter Presidential campaign – aids the repeated claims that he never conspired with the Russian intelligence efforts to tilt the 2016 election in his favor.

The President tweeted as he announced a political victory, “ as I have been saying all along, No Collusion- No Obstruction!”

Later Trump included at a White House function that he was “ have a good day”, although he detached for his weekend withdrawal in Florida without stating further.

However, the recent two years of interview by the team of Mueller with the US President’s inner circle based report also focussed that, opposed to the Republican president’s claim, he had not been cleared impasse of justice.

And while attempting that no Americans participated in the Russian intervening, Mueller induced that the US President was happy to acquire a facility from the dirty tricks.

This added the publication by Wikileaks of emails stolen by Russian agents from the team of the Democratic opponent of the US President, Hillary Clinton.

The report claimed, “the campaign expected it would benefit electorally from information stolen and released through Russian efforts”.

A senior Democrat in the House of Representative, Jerry Nadler called the report “disturbing”, while Democratic senator Richard Blumenthal noticed a “ detailed, deeply damning portrait of criminal wrongdoing and national scandal”.

The secretive Muller investigation has devoured Washington – and the first half of the US President’s first term in office – over the last two years.

Throughout, the US President has remarked the probe as a “witch hunt”, while his Democratic rivals have discussed with an extraordinary idea that an American President might have been conspiring with Russian agents.

The report disclosed Thursday paints an unfavorable picture of Trump in crisis mode as scandal first impacted the White House in 2017.

Intelligence services of America had already gazed into the Russian intervening. But after the US President terminated his FBI director James Comey, Mueller was recruited as an independent prosecutor to manage the high sensitive investigation.

The Mueller report said, “the president slumped back in his chair and said: ‘Oh my God. This is terrible. This is the end of my presidency. I’m fucked ”.