Trump is tired of Robert Mueller.
His investigation into Russia collusion has produced virtually no real evidence, yet it has continually been used to attack the President.
But thankfully, one major date coming up soon could trigger an end to Mueller’s investigation.
This Thursday marks the one year anniversary of Robert Mueller’s investigation into the Trump campaign beginning.
So far, he has not revealed any real evidence linking the President to any collusion.
Despite this, the investigation has continued to go on.
But it could come to an end soon.
With the investigation about to go into its second year, many people who initially welcomed it as a way to clear the president’s name are done.
Just last week, Vice President Mike Pence called for the investigation to end.
There has been speculation that President Trump would fire Mueller.
Despite that speculation, the President has always stuck by his innocence, welcoming an end to the investigation to prove he did nothing wrong.
But with the investigation seeming every day to be more a political tool than an actual investigation, it could happen.
Mueller seems as though he may keep the investigation going through the upcoming midterm elections, as it could harm Republicans seeking election or re-election against Democrats.
While that theory was plausible in the past, the investigation has since become much less popular.
In fact, only 49 percent of Republicans support Mueller’s probe, which is the smallest percentage ever.
As reported by The Washington Post:
“As the special counsel investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election hits the one-year mark this week, its existence remains controversial and its fate — specifically whether President Trump will cooperate with it or seek to end it by firing Robert S. Mueller III — is a topic of constant speculation.
Trump continues to call the investigation a “witch hunt,” even though the probe has led to indictments of 19 individuals and three companies.
Last week, Vice President Pence also called for an end to Mueller’s investigation.
“Our administration has provided over a million documents, we’ve fully cooperated in it, and in the interest of the country, I think it’s time to wrap it up,” Pence told NBC News.
Trump has reportedly considered firing Mueller or Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein on at least three separate occasions, and White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said last month that Trump “certainly believes he has the power” to fire Mueller.
Only 49 percent of Republicans support the Mueller probe, according to an April Washington Post-ABC News poll. And as Republicans fight to keep control of the House and Senate in November, there has been little appetite among them to act to protect the special counsel.
Some Republicans, notably Rep. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.), have called for an audit of the office of special counsel, while others, such as Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.), have called for Mueller to be fired.”
The year mark of the investigation could very well be the trigger for it to end.
If Robert Mueller does not end it on his own soon, it could very well be forced to an end.
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