Rudy Giuliani Reveals Robert Mueller Conclusion: “They Cannot Indict a Sitting President”…

There is a massive amount of breaking news today. The reasoning behind the breaking news releases is that all participants are positioning.

In advance of DOJ and FBI declassification releases to congress, which will outline how the IC went around official channels for their political efforts against Donald Trump, the corrupt internal agents within the U.S. intelligence community are rabidly leaking to the New York Times and Washington Post.  The IC now admit to the use of politically motivated National Security Letters from corrupt foreign officials.  More on that later.

Additionally, President Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani reveals a conversation with the Robert Mueller team where the Special Counsel admit they have no legal jurisdiction to indict a sitting president.  This is not new to those of us who have followed closely, but it will cause massive ‘splodey heads amid the left-wing moonbats who were kept clueless by an entrenched ideological media:

(Via CNN) Special counsel Robert Mueller’s team has informed President Donald Trump’s attorneys that they have concluded that they cannot indict a sitting president, according to the President’s lawyer. “All they get to do is write a report,” Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani told CNN. “They can’t indict. At least they acknowledged that to us after some battling, they acknowledged that to us.”

That conclusion is likely based on longstanding Justice Department guidelines. It is not about any assessment of the evidence Mueller’s team has compiled. A lack of an indictment would not necessarily mean the President is in the clear. Mueller could issue a report making referrals or recommendations to the House of Representatives.

The inability to indict a sitting president has been the position of the Office of Legal Counsel in the Justice Department since the Nixon administration and reaffirmed in the Clinton administration, but it has never been tested in court. (read more)

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452 Responses to Rudy Giuliani Reveals Robert Mueller Conclusion: “They Cannot Indict a Sitting President”…

  1. youme says:

    They can put anything they want into a report but not an indictment which will be tested in court. When you have nothing you just write a report and sail off into the sunset.

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    • There is nothing in Rudy’s statement indicating that Mueller has cleared PDJT so the Dems will claim that the DOJ is protecting PDJT from being indicted.

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      • Let them, let’s just keep Making America Greater and Greater. Get very informed on all things local and push the Trump agenda. We are not in the administration, but we are here in our towns. Let’s make it happen.

        Liked by 25 people

      • Moultrie Flag says:

        The left hasn’t accepted proven facts on the election in ’16

        It is naive to assume they can swallow any of this.

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      • Sayit2016 says:

        Dems claim a lot of stupid stuff. I want a definitive statement from the Mueller investigation, that the President is CLEARED – because if you remember Trump was told he was not under investigation. I think if this does not happen, that cloud over the President will remain and that is not fair to President Trump or any President for that matter.

        My question has been all along– Indictment Trump for what ?

        Not being a ham sandwich ?

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        • 4sure says:

          There will be no such “President Trump is CLEARED” statement coming from the Mueller DNC/IC/FBI/DOJ coverup. Mueller was not installed by snake Rosenstein to CLEAR Trump of anything. Mueller will find some process BS charge to submit to Congress for impeachment consideration. That way, he, Rosenstein, Sessions can keep Trump at bay from firing them and make sure no one is charged with any crimes. This is the leverage Mueller intends to use to make sure all the criminals walk.

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          • Sayit2016 says:

            Sorry I disagree. Strongly.

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            • LafnH20 says:

              Concur!!

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            • 4sure says:

              No problem. I’m curious as to what exactly you strongly disagree. I can understand your disagreement with everything except Mueller issuing a report/statement saying that Trump is CLEARED of any wrong doing. That is just never going to happen. He was not appointed to CLEAR Trump. He was appointed for nefarious reasons.

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              • LafnH20 says:

                Link, please!
                Or opinion?

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              • LafnH20 says:

                Opinion.
                FIFY

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              • Sayit2016 says:

                4sure—

                “Mueller will find some process BS charge to submit to Congress for impeachment consideration. That way, he, Rosenstein, Sessions can keep Trump at bay from firing them and make sure no one is charged with any crimes. This is the leverage Mueller intends to use to make sure all the criminals walk”

                First off the HOUSE would have to submit articles of impeachment and House would have to sent the impeachment articles to the Senate. that ain’t gonna happen with a GOP majority and Mueller is not going to wait until NOV to see who has control of the house.

                This is just nonsensical in my opinion. Do you actually think that Session is gunning for Trump ? Really ? And that in some some strange universe that Sessions and Rosy have discussed this plan to assist Mueller to impeach Trump ?

                My brain is twitching from this craziness.

                Seriously.

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                • kiskiminetas says:

                  It is more than nonsensical. It is just plain ignorance of the facts at hand, ones which that poster evidently does not know. It is quite sad that they do not know the truth of the matter. A mind is a terrible thing to waste.

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                • Sayit2016 says:

                  What is even MORE shameful, is that they are posting that crap HERE at the CTH- which painstakingly laid out the 1,2,3,4 of this ungodly mess.

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          • zach says:

            Completely agree, that’s not what Mule was sent for.

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        • My question, too, Sayit2016! Indict him for WHAT??????

          The Obama Administration and Deep State henchmen have investigated EVERYTHING in President Trump’s life…. they came up with NOTHING!

          They’ve violated this man’s rights a million different ways! It’s time to END this and put these lawless SOBs behind bars. Let the damn country heal and move on. Get busy Making America Great Again! ENOUGH!

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      • CountryclassVulgarian says:

        That’s the point. THAT Is all the left and the Trump hating NeverTrumpers need. Notice he did not say he found no wrongdoing. Notice he is not saying he found no evidence the President or his campaign staff broke no law or “colluded” with the “Russians”. Only that he can’t indict him. Implication is that he is guilty of something, but darn it, he can’t be indicted.

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        • Albertus Magnus says:

          That is NOT what he is saying. Mueller’s team ONLY said they cannot indict but did not say IMPLY ANYTHING ONE WAY OR THE OTHER regarding PDJT being guilty or innocent of something.

          The MSM and the concern trolls will do that for him.

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      • Perfect…it will keep the idiot left distracted and complaining…

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      • Disgusted says:

        Rudy’s “statement” is completely inadequate. He leaves everything up in the air and said NOTHING about the fact athere is nothing anybody could use as a REASON he could ever be indicted, even if he wasn’t a sitting president. All nothing useful from either side.

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        • LafnH20 says:

          It us Mueller’s “statement” that counts.

          Why box The President in by being specific. Specifics are Mueller’s problem!!!

          It is not Rudy’s job to do Mueller’s job.
          Jmo

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      • Li'l D in the Big D says:

        Nope, you should not needlessly worry what the Dems may claim.

        From the below linked article:

        “Giuliani said Mueller will follow the Justice Department policy stating that a sitting president may not be indicted.”

        * * *

        That Justice Department policy is laid out in a 1999 memo as stated in the article.

        http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2018/05/16/giuliani-robert-mueller-has-said-special-counsel-will-not-indict-trump/

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    • paulraven1 says:

      Not exactly. His report will recommend indictment and make clear insofar as he is able that impeachment should follow. Then it becomes a political issue. And we know what that means. There will be an impeachment process. There is no other possible end to all this. Anybody who has paid attention to the Left historically or even recently understands that this is ineluctable. We are following a predetermined script right now.

      My prediction is that Jeff Sessions will move forward on any criminal referral (if such a referral is possible within the scope of the SC’s office) and will prosecute Trump. That is the classic irony and real “big ugly” I see.

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    • Beverly says:

      Agree.

      But here’s the Problem: their saying this IMPLIES that (wink, wink) “we COULD HAVE indicted him — If He Were Not the President.”

      That is the entire purpose of this “announcement.” And of course none of the Running Dogs of Media will ask “indict him for What?” because they know they got nuttin’.

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  2. FL_GUY says:

    Time to arrest and prosecute Rosenstein and Mueller for their police state violation of the Constitution.

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  3. go to the goofy Krassenstein twins twitter timelines…there are splodey heads all over…it’s beautiful!

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  4. Mike S says:

    Rudy took on and defeated the mob and cleaned up NYC. AG Sessions took on and defeated the Klan. What better allies to have to take on the corrupt Swamp. MAGA baby.

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    • Moultrie Flag says:

      The swamp is 1000X the power of a declining clan.

      Session needs to show he’s been eating his Wheaties else he needs to get taken out.

      Liked by 4 people

      • Dances with Wolverines says:

        Or pop open a big can of spinach… glug glug glug…. toot toot

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      • formerdem says:

        exactly. the Klan is not a scary bunch, snowflake opinion notwithstanding. I am very unimpressed. When persecution is going around I don’t admire the people who manage to stand clear of it. Disgraceful!

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      • kiskiminetas says:

        And you and others need to show some backbone and trust VSGDJT and Jeff Sessions. You are either all on MAGA or you are not. VSGDJT loves people who are loyal to him how about you and all the other Sessions bashers?

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    • missilemom says:

      Rudy will be on Laura Ingraham tonight.

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    • zach says:

      Yes but that was a long time ago, I don’t think Rudy is up to it personally, I hope I’m wrong.

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      • cozette says:

        Zach Why to you imagine your jugment his superior to President Trumps? Frankly I find your hubris staggering. Additionally, its annoying when people share feelings that Trump is wrong without explanation or citing supportive sources. Please stop it.

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  5. L. Gee says:

    So what happened to the “Trump is NOT being investigated” line? Or did I put one too many letters in that last word?

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  6. missilemom says:

    Mueller can’t indict but he can subpoena POTUS. Don’t see Mueller giving up his gravy train.

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  7. Pam says:

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    • neal s says:

      So “Mueller told Trump’s legal team he will not indict the president.”

      And I am not going to sprout wings from my rear end, and suddenly start to fly either.

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  8. eugeneantenucci says:

    Too bad the NYTimes article fails to point out WHY the FBI began investigating members of the Trump team. Is it that their readers don’t want to know or they feel the nitty gritty details are below their readership?

    Liked by 15 people

    • snarkybeach says:

      yes

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    • wheatietoo says:

      It’s because the NYTimes doesn’t want their readers to know the truth.

      The NYTimes is on the same team as the Dem-operatives in the FBI/DOJ who weaponized those agencies against the Trump Team…and engaged in illegal spying for purely political reasons.

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      • A2 says:

        The NYT has had to make so many retractions/corrections lately even the deadheads are noticing. Why they just may be lying 😀

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        • Once Mueller is done and POTUS drains the swamp creatures from the agencies, after Iran exposes all who took money fron the Iran deal, when all realize Russia didn’t hack the DNC what will the NYT write about? They won’t have anyone to leak. The country will be so happy with MAGA they will have to start writing happy things about all Trump is doing. Joy in the morning.

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    • zimbalistjunior says:

      here is a hilarious passage from times article (one of the many hilarities associated with the article):

      Lastly, there was Mr. Papadopoulos, the young and inexperienced campaign aide whose wine-fueled conversation with the Australian ambassador set off the investigation. Before hacked Democratic emails appeared online, he had seemed to know that Russia had political dirt on Mrs. Clinton. But even if the F.B.I. had wanted to read his emails or intercept his calls, that evidence was not enough to allow it. Many months passed, former officials said, before the F.B.I. uncovered emails linking Mr. Papadopoulos to a Russian intelligence operation.

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      • tageweb says:

        I strongly suspect that Mr. Papadopoulos NEVER said any such thing in a “wine-fueled” conversation. You see, he does not remember saying it, cause he was “wine-fueled”! But, of course, the spies “remember” him saying it. BS!

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    • missilemom says:

      Might want to check out The Federalist, Mollie Hemingway and Sean Davis, tweets today on the NYTimes article. Masterful.

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  9. Rhi says:

    Yep, Levin and many others have been saying this for awhile. The question is, can/will a sitting recused AG indict anyone in this massive treason/sedition, since it is all “election related”?

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    • Moultrie Flag says:

      Not a chance in hell.

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      • cozette says:

        Dear sufferers of Sessions Derangement, Sessions does NOT indict anyone. That is NOT his job. If you weren’t so unhinged you’d realize he’s appointed a number of prosecutors to handle investigating, indicting and trying criminals. So far there are 29,000 more sealed indictments than usual. Please stop embarrasing yourself with your ignorance. You are missing out on so much fun by parroting talking points you picked up from fear and anxiety peddlers. God bless you and heal you ASAP.

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    • Firefly says:

      President Trump also announced a while back he intends running again in 2020. So that will hopefully stop the DOJ allowing any political motivated prosecutions.

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  10. Pat Childs says:

    Mueller thus implies he could, but cannot because of a technicality.

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  11. Bob Thoms says:

    I remember Obama telling us he had no constitutional authority to grant DACA; he did it anyway, many legal scholars claimed he would be shot down……look where we are now. We aren’t sure the SCOTUS will side with the constitution.

    I don’t trust what they say….I follow what they do.

    Liked by 16 people

    • Sneaky Pete says:

      SCOTUS may be one of the 3 Branches, but it’s pretty clear to me that they are useless. To them, the Constitution really is a suicide pact. They’ve done nothing to try to save this country. Moreover, they participated in its near demise. They were content to see democracy fail here rather than step up to the plate in any way. Once the dust settles here, if I were President Trump, I’d take an axe to that thing. 5 SC justices is plenty, 3 might be better. One way or another, those useless crows have to get their wings clipped.

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      • LafnH20 says:

        https://trumanlibrary.org/whistlestop/teacher_lessons/3branches/1.htm

        From the link….

        The Judicial part of our federal government includes the Supreme Court and 9 Justices. They are special judges who interpret laws according to the Constitution. These justices only hear cases that pertain to issues related to the Constitution. They are the highest court in our country. The federal judicial system also has lower courts located in each state to hear cases involving federal issues.

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      • LafnH20 says:

        We live in a Constitutional Republic!!!

        NOT A DEMOCRACY!!!!!
        How many times does it need to be SAID!!!!

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  12. Pam says:

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  13. FL_GUY says:

    One thing is certain, every one’s fears that Obama was creating a police state have been proven to be true. OMG, can you image where we would be now if HilLIARy had managed to steal the election? It is so awful, I can’t even think about it.

    We’ve seen Rosenstein and Mueller violate the Constitution numerous times in the past year, by-passing the checks and balances of the judicial system, conspiring with corrupt judges and basically operating a police state with secret police tactics. This has happened with HilLIARy LOSING! Someone needs to step up to the plate and end them now. Mueller should have been in prison decades ago. I want to see him put there with all his little traitor buddies such as Rosenstein, Crapper, Brennen, Comey, etc.

    Liked by 18 people

    • Sneaky Pete says:

      Agree. It’s been a long, long time since we’ve seen the inmates inside the asylum and the guards outside.

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  14. CopperTop says:

    Question: Rudy G was connected with cyber security instead of taking on a cabinet position. Did that allow him to just sit and talk with Rogers under the guise of the NSA related cyber intel to begin to prepare Rogers’ public life comments and immediate release of classified docs directly from the WH May 4? Rudy joined legal at or near that time and has just confirmed he has been ‘read’ in since his side of the Stormy deal is true as of today.

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  15. Binkser1 says:

    Makes me think that Mueller cannot find a thing on President Trump, so his new strategy will be to infer in whatever garbage he releases that President Trump is guilty of collusion, but that his hands are tied because he “can’t indict a sitting president.”

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    • rmnewt says:

      Why do we seem to think he needs to find something? These guys have no problem making things up. If we’ve seen anything it is a fabrication that justified IC engagement and spying on Trump.
      So now, Mueller will just make up stuff and/or infer wrong doing which will likely not even be illegal and then the media and Dems in congress will impeach. All to damage the elected POTUS in order to regain power. That is the power in the Deep State, un-elected bureaucracy… the perfect ending for evil to win.

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      • TarsTarkas says:

        They couldn’t make things up because 1. They never expected Trump to Win, and 2. Mike Rogers went to Trump and gave a heads-up to the President-elect (and incidentally let the IC know that he was watching them (as far as he was capable of doing, that is)). That IMO is the reason for the use of burner phones and the Nellie Ohr ham radio license, to try and get around the NSA vacuum cleaner.

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        • rmnewt says:

          Seems the FBI made up that Flynn lied and much of the Stormy case seems a lie. Regardless, much of what the MSM pushes seems a total fabrication. The court they target is public opinion and in many ways they are doing well.

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        • cozette says:

          The plotters tried to communicate without being detected but they failed miserably. Team Trump has EVERYTHING. Q was telling the anons at 8ch.net/qresearch about some of the sneaky comms the idiots tried. HILARIOUS.

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    • Martin says:

      Just as with the Cohen raid, all they need is the fact that they cannot indict (or subpoena) and they’ll “fill in” the content.

      Just as soon as they finish crowing about the $130,000….

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    • All of Muellers evidence needs to be given in his report. Otherwise, if not included there is NO evidence of an indictable offense that could be brought if Trump was not President.

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  16. tgmccoy says:

    Muller may not be able to indict PDJT-but the DOJ can indict HRC…
    Lock.Her UP. Bill and Web Huubell’s Child too…

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  17. JohnnyII says:

    “This is not new to those of us who have followed closely, but it will cause massive ‘splodey heads amid the left-wing moonbats who were kept clueless by an entrenched ideological media:”

    ‘Splodey heads. Exactly the intent of lefty-loser leadership. And another reason cnn mocks our 1st Amendment. They want anger. They wand emotion. They want dark thoughts.

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    • paulraven1 says:

      The stupider ones might explode. But many don’t see this as a problem. In fact, they see Mueller’s admission as a smart move in the grander scheme of preparing the ground for impeachment. Mueller is just the tool to reach a point. It was never intended that they rely entirely on him to remove Trump.

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      • Wink says:

        Drivel.

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        • 4sure says:

          Why do you think Mueller was appointed? If he has known all along that he could not indict a sitting POTUS, what was his mission? His mission is and has always been to get Trump impeached or removed from office(resign?) OR to use his witch hunt as leverage to let everyone walk. Take your pick.

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          • EbonyRaptor says:

            Let’s set the facts out there for everyone to see. The Constitution provides 2 ways that a president can be removed from office and neither of them is by indictment. The Special Prosecutor was tasked to investigate if President Trump colluded with Russia – essentially broke a law. If Mueller had found Trump broke a law, then he would report the evidence. At that point the House of Representatives could take up impeachment proceeding based on that evidence. That’s it. All this hooha is about Mueller coming out and agreeing with DOJ precedence that they have already determined back in the Nixon Watergate case not to challenge the traditional understanding of the rules for removing a president.

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          • LafnH20 says:

            Because they thought they had sufficient dirt on him.
            Because they thought he was one of them.
            Because they never dreamed he’d flip.
            Because they couldn’t imagine he’d Play THEM.
            Because they never imagined President Trump could make a better offer.
            Because they knew he’d go along.
            Because they knew he hated The President.
            Because they thought he would be loyal.
            Because they knew he wanted an Atta Boy from the beast.

            Dunno..
            Just.. Thinking outloud.

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          • cozette says:

            4sure That is what the Swamp wanted Mueller to accomplish however you failed to list the things President Trump wanted him to do. From my vantage point Mueller has succeeded spectacularly for Trump and failed miserably for the Swamp. Best double agent ever?

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        • LafnH20 says:

          You are being too kind, Wink.

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      • formerdem says:

        If Trump weren’t in peril I wouldn’t care so much about him, even despite his great performance. I’d see him as a billionaire with a life too different from my anxieties. But as is — he is mainly a man trying to do good, and in multidimensional peril for it, while at the same time he is a champion who pulls off magnificent things. What a super great story I am part of.

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      • rf121 says:

        As the ONLY way to remove a President is through impeachment his ability to remove PT was zero.

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      • kiskiminetas says:

        Paul your posts seem to have a liberal slant to them.

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  18. Paula says:

    All smoke and no fire!

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    • rf121 says:

      Fire in a boiler room on the USS Ranger back in the 80’s. Guys escaped up and out into a passage way where they died from smoke inhilation. Not in the clear yet.

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  19. I had already made this comment under the other posting but think it is worth repeating here:
    “Maybe Mueller can’t or will not indict PDJT but that will not prevent him from slamming his body parts negatively in his “report” to Rosenberger. Convicting the President in the media and court of public opinion is still a win-win for Mueller.”

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    • Q&A says:

      It will be a big loss for Mueller if all he has to rely on is the court of public opinion and the very fake media. Over a year of digging with truffle hogs and no Russian truffle – that’s not a win in anybody’s book. It will also smack of desperation for him to go from interview to interview whining and blaming. The Bill Clinton SC never convinced his loyalists to abandon him, nor did it convince his critics to support him. The Trump SC will have the same effect. You lost, Mueller.

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    • Martin says:

      And what part of convicting PDJT in the court of public opinion will look any different than the last year? The year in which a double-digit swing away from Democrats has occurred?

      There are far too many here who really should abstain from liberal media. (Not necessarily you, H&HC)

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  20. andy says:

    may 18th

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  21. Publius2016 says:

    End the Witchhunt! Congress is SICK! Even today they hold a vote on FCC in the Senate and plot Amnesty in the House! Sorry, America First!

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  22. CMDCMRET says:

    …and mule face agrees. 🎼 WINNING WINNING WINNING 🎼

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  23. Red Nor Blue says:

    That image of the turnaround is epic.

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  24. Patriot1783 says:

    Stop wasting taxpayer money on this nothing burger of a “special council” investigation on a still yet to be named formal crime and wrap.it.up.

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  25. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    The revealing crumb left in the David Corn/Michael Isikoff book on the Russia investigation.

    https://spectator.org/john-brennans-exceptionally-sensitive-issue/

    “Under John Brennan, the CIA operated as an opposition research outfit for the Hillary Clinton campaign. It appears from leaked news stories in the British press that Brennan’s oafish spying on Trump began around April 2016, right after Trump’s biggest primary victories. As it became urgently clear to Brennan that Trump was going to face off against Hillary, Brennan turned to “intelligence partners” in Europe for dirt on Trump. But they didn’t have any, save some pretty skimpy material on “contacts” between Trump campaign officials and Russians.

    Whatever Brennan collected was so insubstantial that Robert Mueller hasn’t even interviewed him about it. Consider that for a second: Mueller was supposedly appointed to complete the counterintelligence probe into Trumpworld, and he hasn’t felt the need to talk to the father of it. Brennan has tried to explain this astonishing discrepancy away by vaguely saying that whatever Mueller needs he could find in “CIA files.”….

    ….Many questions in all of this remain unanswered, but this much is clear: John Brennan’s transformation of the CIA into a branch office of the Hillary campaign will go down as one of the grossest abuses in the agency’s history.”

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  26. Wilson H Carroll says:

    Knowing that he can’t indict, Mueller is making a huge tactical error by failing to release his report until AFTER release of the IG report. His credibility (to the extent it exists) will be shot.

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    • L4grasshopper says:

      The IG Report being released soon is restricted to how the FBI and DOJ handled the Clinton investigation.

      We do not know [at least I’ve seen nothing] about when the Report on the FISA applications and related will be released.

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      • Wink says:

        Please read Sundance’s post about the IG Final Draft. Especially take note of the underlined part. Very interesting! It could include the FISA fiasco.

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        • rf121 says:

          Why would the report include two totally different issues? For clarity I do not see the IG mixing it all together.

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  27. Harry Lime says:

    It won’t be long now…

    Mueller: “Trump broke me.”

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  28. Electra says:

    “There is a massive amount of breaking news today.”

    Here’s some more news. Rand Paul has written a letter to Gina Haspel demanding answers to questions concerning her involvement with the CIA operation in London. You know, that little project to frame an American presidential election candidate. It turns out Haspel was an acolyte of Brennan–the man at the center of the spider web–and he fully supports her confirmation.

    Pres. Trump needs a CIA chief he can have complete faith in. Until she answers some questions, Haspel doesn’t fit the bill.

    You can read the letter here: http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/05/senator-rand-paul-sends-letter-to-cia-inquiring-about-haspels-involvement-in-trump-campaign-surveillance/

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    • Keebler ac says:

      The CIA needs to come clean because high level monitoring can occur not through hard wires as in old days but through military equipment from drones or satellite overhead using sound bouncing off inanimate objects in a room and high level sophisticated infrared cameras that are expensive unless you’re the CIA. Reading the link I now understand how Charlottesville and LV shooting happened, and Brennan as a CIA Director is all we need to know that these elitists play games with people as of the world is theirs. Lately, I’m becoming aware and detest these secret societies like the CIA and FBI.

      I hope Trump as a builder knows these things. Anyone connected to him, please send info to him.

      As for Haspel, if she knows anything, now is the time to not be a careerist Wray type to save humanity.

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    • L4grasshopper says:

      Haspel will be confirmed long before she bothers to answer Rand’s “demand” 🙂

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    • paulraven1 says:

      Maybe Trump knew this and wanted Haspel exposed. There — my concession to 3D chess. I’d like to believe that anyway. I’d prefer to believe it than that Trump wanted a deep state acolyte of Brennan in this job. That would be borderline foolish.

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    • cozette says:

      Electra Did you seriously just write that President Trumps personal pick to head the CIA does not have his complete confidence? The woman he’s been tweeting support for daily? Why on earth are you infantilizing him and assuming mommy status? He had ALL the Intel on her prior to picking her. He knew EVERYTHING. And he picked her. If you want to MAGA you’ll back the man risking EVERYTHING to do just that. Since Trump wants Gina, I want Gina. Period.

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  29. tonyE says:

    But Mueller CAN be indicted…. Turn around is fair play.

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  30. Konamon says:

    They knew, we knew, everybody knew, for a year they can’t indict him. They can however, indict anyone else they please. Even people that do not exist. Re his report, can they even release evidence from a grand jury or investigation w/o an indictment? This Grand Jury may end before 2020. What a legal zoo. This makes no sense.

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  31. ATheoK says:

    “Special counsel Robert Mueller’s team has informed President Donald Trump’s attorneys that they have concluded that they cannot indict a sitting president, according to the President’s lawyer.”

    A) That is a direct admission that Mueller and his thugs were unable to concoct an shred of Russian collusion against Trump.

    B) It is also an admission by Muller and thugs that they failed to find any evidence of treason, bribes, embezzlement, high crimes and misdemeanors.

    C) With a result that Mueller and thugs, thanks to a corrupt FBI and DOJ wasted over a year of everyone’s time and many millions of dollars.

    1) Open an investigation into Rosenstein, Mueller and thugs investigation mismanagement, illegal investigation tactics, anti-Constitutional practices, abuse of authority, etc.!

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  32. Keebler ac says:

    Still not a good idea to let Mueller question Trump under the guise of no indictment because Mueller will try to report a conjured crime.

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    • Konamon says:

      I don’t see how he can report anything. Do you? Fishy.

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      • Keebler ac says:

        He’ll try to destroy Trump President through indirect means such as targetting Manafort, Flynn, and now Cohen. Once they’re done with Cohen and Avenatti the tool’s well runs dry, Mueller will target another Trump associate.

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    • kiskiminetas says:

      Trump has leverage over Mueller which means the Muel is not going to do anything about him.

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  33. Golfbro11 says:

    Sundance has talked about this previously. Rudy was brought in to help negotiate an end to the investigation. Mueller is seeking a way to get out of the investigation gracefully. This is the beginning of the end. He will put out a BS report saying Russians tried to help Trump win but that Trump was unaware of the activities. Mueller is a snake. But he also will have self preservation as a goal in the end.

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    • thedoc00 says:

      I don’t agree, Mueller has no limits of proof on his assertions and he will write a report with enough ambiguity and “findings” to enable an impeachment.

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    • VegasGuy says:

      “…..Rudy was brought in to help negotiate an end to the investigation. Mueller is seeking a way to get out of the investigation gracefully.”

      Agreed, BUT not until he chews through all of the $10M he was allocated……Almost there I suspect. IMO there will be no additional funding for this sham “investigation”. They have all padded their expenses & maxed out their “salaries”.

      The show is almost over & it’s time for them to disappear into the sunset….

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    • OmegaManBlue says:

      Mueller’s exit won’t be graceful. He will say I will say he only wishes the law allowed him to prosecute Trump. But it doesn’t, so he is recommending impeachment. Will he get it? Probably not and he knows it. But it will dirty Trump up more and short of impeachment it was likely their probably goal they had when the which hunt started.

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  34. CNN_sucks says:

    Left wing media knows this all along. No collusion. That’s why they clinging on to Stormy like oversize children.

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  35. thedoc00 says:

    This makes the November mid-term elections winner take all.

    There are no rules of evidence with respect to Mueller’s report or an impeachment proceeding. Mueller’s report will make enough damning conclusions and be written ambiguous enough to support an impeachment.

    Mueller also leaves behind a mess that still needs to be cleaned up. Sessions recusal will potentially turn out to be a blessing during the clean-up of DoJ and FBI while Gina Haspel cleans up the CIA.

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  36. JoD says:

    “Can’t indict a sitting President….
    INDICT HIM FOR WHAT?!?!

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  37. We really need to hear the something similar to the following statement concerning the entire leadership conglomerate going back to Bush41 and soon!!!
    “Good Afternoon ‘ladies and gentlemen’; I am Judge (Fill in the Blank) and I am here to ensure you all get the most expeditious, proper and legal hanging the law provides. Mr. Brennan, you are up first. What did you say your neck size is?”

    Otherwise, the Bogue Swamp Deplorables/FUOB Company (Fed Up Old B*********s) is more than ready to go do the job. We have an ample supply of Spam, Deviled Ham, Vienna Sausages, loaf bread and Diet Cokes along with our “Lake City Pitchforks”.

    By our calculation, with the long weekend coming up, we can honor those that died defending the Constitution these folks have so eagerly and willfully ignored, stepped on and desecrated by clearing them out of their comfortable confines, sticking them under our county jail, and be back to house to catch the last 50 laps of the Charlotte race.

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  38. Whitehouse Clown says:

    Stick a fork in the Mueller turkey. He done. You cannot indict a sitting President. We knew this from the beginning. Liberals have been digging in a political manure pile thinking that eventually they might find a pony. All they have left is manure on their hands. POTUS Trump should do the following :
    1. Fire Sessions.
    2. Appoint Rudy as AG.
    3. Indict Mueller for conspiracy to overthrow a President.
    4. Begin RICO investigation of Hillary, DWS, Clinton Foundation.
    5. Indict every government employee in the DOJ, FBI, State Dept, and any other federal agency that has leaked, lied or committed any other crime.

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    • Konamon says:

      For RICO to work he would have to declass all evidence in order to avoid CIPA.

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    • cozette says:

      It is both amusing and sad to see people expend valuable time and energy telling our genius President and Commander in Chief how he should wage this war against global EVIL as if they had a clue about whats going on much less skills superior to our President. Why not instead do something productive? Pray. Enjoy the show. Appreciate the sacrifices being made by patriots on thecfront ines of this war. Campaign rather than complain to send some re enforcement s to DC. Do YOUR jobs and let President Trump do his. God Bless. Lets do things that will HELP our President MAGA.

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  39. Dances with Wolverines says:

    “(Via CNN) Special counsel Robert Mueller’s team has informed President Donald Trump’s attorneys that they have concluded that they cannot indict a sitting president” Which translates to Mueller is probably about to try to indict the President.

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  40. NJF says:

    I knew this guy would turn his sights in trumps direction

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    • Atomic Fireball says:

      Frank Sinatra is spinning in his grave

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    • Suncc49 says:

      So basically some punk ass government punks are running amok breaking all sorts of laws looking through the personal information of anyone associated with Donald Trump. I swear I hope they can ,make examples of some of these folks.

      Liked by 2 people

    • First sentence reads “ A law enforcement official “ read SDNY ( hello judge kimba wood? ) this guy is not “whistleblower” and must be ready to be outed somewhere else , so taking “ the greater good” Comey defense strategy . BTW will not read 20000 word NewYorker article on a a bet .

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    • So, is there any proof other than this one person’s testimony that these “other” SARs ever existed? The inference that I am reading into this article is that someone with a lot of power was somehow able to get into a supposedly secure governmental system and “disappear” incriminating financial documents…

      I would suggest that Ronan Farrow might want to turn his journalist fervor onto the Clinton Global Initiative. Pretty sure he will have no trouble finding plenty there to investigate!

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    • Tonawanda says:

      Hilarious Narrative.

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  41. treehouseron says:

    So in other words…. the entire left is about to figure out they’ve been blue balled.

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  42. Sayit2016 says:

    Ok.. so conventional wisdom states that a sitting President can not be indicted.

    First off, Rudy’s comment leads me to believe that Mueller wanted this, but then had to admit it could not/would not be done. Did anyone else get that impression ? I do not like that thing hanging in the air like that.

    Second, on the flip side of wishful thinking… Obama CAN be indicted since he is no longer in office.

    I very much like the latter ; )

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  43. WSB says:

    It’s going to be a rough night in my state!

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  44. CopperTop says:

    BOOM From https://www.nytimes.com/2018/05/16/us/politics/crossfire-hurricane-trump-russia-fbi-mueller-investigation.html

    “Agents considered, then rejected, interviewing key Trump associates, which might have sped up the investigation but risked revealing the existence of the case.”

    I have suggested numerous times here that the FISA was approved because a person named within could NOT be interviewed due to some reason thought of by the framers of the law governing the court. One of those pieces is that a person could absolutely not be interviewed …there were two (one) denied applications. The October approval came with a new player…Cohen…false Cohen who the court was lead to believe should assent to the warrant since this person had Atty Client Privilige and could not be INTERVIEWED…

    Look carefully above…Agents CONSIDERED , REJECTED INTERVIEW KEY trump assoc.

    Smoking Gun this warrant was about spying on Trump

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  45. tvollrath66 says:

    On or a little after law day another treeper posted a video of rod rosenstein taking at a group on law day. He says in this that a sitting president cant be indicted. Its at 42.07. I listened to the whole thing at the time i liked most of it but the questions from the audience. They were mostly very partisan… very crazy people.

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  46. Pam says:

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  47. cyn3wulf says:

    And this is how they make something that is not there look like it is there: We’d love to get this colluding obstructer, it’s just that we can’t do anything about it (sorry, our hands are tied).

    MAGA patriots are going to need to be on point to counter this spin. You can see that CNN has already started…

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    • steph_gray says:

      I don’t think there will be any trouble showing this nonsense for what it is to the majority of the American people. Most are completely tired of the witch hunt and will simply say “Good!” and go back to living their lives.

      As for the far left, I don’t care what they think, or rather what they imagine they think, because thinking is never something they do.

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  48. thedoc00 says:

    One thing has been constant throughout this entire saga, there is a selected group of Republicans vigorously stoking the flames of transparency by attacking the DoJ (AG Sessions and DAG Rosenstein) while also begging the President to release all. The one set of voices that have never been heard, begging for transparency, is the democrats and eGOP swampers in the senate.

    President Trump isn’t going to release a single document until the first democrat or eGOP swamper calls his bluff.

    Until then, this has now appears to outwardly be a single battle campaign, in November. The IG’s report and all related legal actions become major assets to winning that battle, but they will not preclude the battle occurring.

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  49. Pam says:

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