Robert Mueller is hiding something.
There is a secret about Trump he is terrified to reveal to the public.
And it will change everything about his Russia investigation.
For months Mueller has been able to keep his operating budget secret.
Americans have no idea how much money he’s plowed through for an investigation that’s produced no evidence pertaining to its stated mission – to see if the Trump campaign colluded with Russia.
But that is about to end.
The Department of Justice is planning to release a report that will yank back the curtain on just how much taxpayer money Mueller has wasted on his witch hunt against Trump.
The Hill reports:
“The Justice Department is preparing to release the first expense report from special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the U.S. election next week.
The report, which will be made public and sent to Congress, will provide the first window into the federal resources being used to investigate not only Russian meddling but also any attempts by the sitting president’s campaign to coordinate with Moscow to swing the election — as well as possible obstruction of justice.
So far, Mueller has hired 17 prosecutors in the sprawling probe, which has led to two indictments and a guilty plea deal.
Mueller is required to produce a public expense report every six months, giving critics repeated opportunities to bludgeon the special counsel with his budget. President Trump has tweeted about the “costly” investigation, and some conservatives have argued that it is a waste of taxpayer dollars.”
Americans will likely be outraged when they see Mueller’s report.
So far he has produced two indictments against Paul Manafort and Rick Gates for their work as lobbyists for foreign governments that took place from 2006 to 2014 – which had nothing to do with the Trump campaign or supposed collusion with Russia.
He also obtained a guilty plea from a low level volunteer who committed a process crime – lying about his contacts with the Russians.
But there’s still no evidence of collusion.
Mueller has been on the job for six months – continuing an investigation that the FBI began in July 2016 – and has nothing to show for his efforts.
The expense report will only increase calls that Trump should shut this partisan witch hunt down by firing Mueller.
It’s a waste of time and taxpayer money.
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