Trump Lets Loose On Mueller

President Trump on Sunday called out special counsel Robert Mueller for his conflicts of interests. In a series of tweets, President Trump cited specific conflicts of interest that he believes affect the Mueller investigation.

According to The Hill:

In a sequence of tweets attacking the special counsel’s credibility, Trump noted that he and Mueller had “a very nasty & contentious business relationship.”

 

Trump has alleged on multiple occasions via Twitter that Mueller has unspecified conflicts of interest, however, Sunday’s tweet marks the first time he’s elaborated beyond such accusations.

The Times reported that Trump listed three conflicts he believed should disqualify Mueller: A dispute over fees at Trump’s National Golf Club in Virginia, his interview for FBI director before being named special counsel, and Mueller’s previous employment at a law firm that represents Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner.

Trump’s accusations about Mueller’s alleged conflicts of interest came amid a string of tweets in which he claimed the special counsel’s team is filled with Democrats.

Trump is reported to have interviews Mueller before he was named the special counsel. It is unclear if this has any effect on Mueller’s investigation.

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