Even though President Trump hasn’t many any threat whatsoever to fire special prosecutor Mueller, while reports of Mueller stacking his staff with Democratic Party donors, Obama & Hillary Clinton loyalists; members of Congress are warning of dire consequences of loss of trust in the president by Congress.
President Donald Trump’s allies have been pushing the rumor that he could fire special prosecutor Robert Mueller. Much of the rest of Washington is trying to knock it down.
On Tuesday, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein said he knows of no reason to oust Mueller, who is overseeing the FBI’s probe into Russian meddling in the election and possible collusion between Trump’s campaign and the Kremlin. He added that he would resist any inappropriate calls from Trump to remove him.
House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) said he has “confidence” in Mueller and delicately warned Trump against firing him. “The best advice would be to let Robert Mueller do his job,” Ryan told reporters.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) predicted dire consequences if Trump made such a move. “I do believe it would be catastrophic and I do believe it would destroy any shred of trust in the president’s judgment that remains over here,” she said at an appropriations hearing. […]
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