Rep. Ted Lieu (D-CA) said that Trump's obstruction of congressional investigations is backfiring and uniting the American people against him.
Here’s an interesting question: if Donald Trump and his aides in the White House are claiming total exoneration from the Mueller report, why are they refusing to release the report that supposedly exonerates them?
A former general who served with former White House Chief of Staff John Kelly said the now-departed Trump aide was a consummate professional who committed unprofessional acts while in the White House.
Sen. Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut said on Wednesday that Robert Mueller could now bring a “credible case” against President Trump for obstruction of justice.
Blumenthal’s remarks were made after Trump tweeted that White House counsel Don McGahn would be leaving his administration sometime later fall.
- He undermined the credibility of law enforcement officials, such as the FBI and the Department of Justice, and
- He furthered the idea that there is a conspiracy being run to harm Donald Trump and his associates, who have done nothing wrong.
During an interview with Dershowitz on Fox & Friends, host Brian Kilmeade said that President Donald Trump is being targeted and attacked unfairly, as shown by the many investigations into his campaign, into his business dealings, and into his charitable foundation.
Editor’s Note 11:30 Am: There were two titles on this article, one was incorrect (titles are filled in at the top and bottom of a post, the bottom is filled in automatically and doesn’t update with changes but it is the one used on some social media). The Senators said Trump could be, not is, guilty of obstruction of justice. This has been corrected.
With Republicans controlling the entire federal government, Donald Trump claimed that he is the most obstructed president of all time.