Trump Says He Will Likely Sue Some People Who Were Involved in Mueller Probe

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U.S President Donald Trump said on Wednesday he likely will bring lawsuits against some of the people involved in the investigation into whether he or his 2016 election campaign colluded with Russia.

“I probably will be bringing a lot of litigation against a lot of people having to do with the corruption investigation having to do with the 2016 election,” Trump told a joint news conference with Finnish President Sauli Niinistö.

Trump did not name names but has long expressed frustration at some of the central figures in the investigation by U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller such as former FBI Director James Comey. Trump fired Comey in May 2017.

The Mueller probe found insufficient evidence to establish that Trump and his campaign had engaged in a criminal conspiracy with Russia. The Russian state did run a hacking and propaganda operation to disrupt the U.S. election, Mueller found.

(Reporting by Jeff Mason and Steve Holland, Editing by Rosalba O’Brien and Grant McCool)

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General Confusion
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King Donald The Loser is an idiot. After the Mueller Report was released, he should have let everything go. Why? Because the Democrats had no intention of pursuing him. Senator Richard Neal made it quite clear that he would NOT request KDTL’s NY taxes. Pelosi was procrastinating and procrastinating on impeachment and wasn’t going to press for it leading up to the election. She said the populace wasn’t ready. Until King Donald The Loser forced her hand. If he didn’t pursue dirt on his opponent just a few DAYS after the Mueller Report was released, we wouldn’t be here. But… Read more »

Tery Gohsman
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Now he’s threatening to be one of those jail house lawyers. Good luck with that.

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