Robert Mueller has wreaked havoc since he started his Russia witch hunt a year ago.
He’s truly gotten in the way of President Trump being able to fully implement his agenda.
And he just forced Trump to do something crazy.
Since getting into office, President Trump’s one and only goal has been to represent the American people.
When he talked about putting America first on the campaign trail he did what few politicians do, and followed through on that promise.
Even when it’s unpopular, he has stood by what he promised to do.
But he has faced many setbacks.
The entire deep state establishment is stacked against him, with Robert Mueller being their top henchman.
Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russia collusion was started with the help of the deep state and is sustained through them, with the establishment media working as their mouthpieces.
While Trump has been able to avoid Mueller getting in his way on most major policies in the past, he has met his match on Russia diplomacy.
Because of Mueller’s investigation lurking over him, Trump has announced that he will not host Russian President Vladimir Putin in Washington until 2019.
Trump is waiting for the Russia investigation to end before he chooses to bring Putin to the United States for a meeting.
White House national security adviser John Bolton dropped that news, stating:
“The President believes that the next bilateral meeting with President Putin should take place after the Russia witch hunt is over, so we’ve agreed that it will be after the first of the year.”
This development proves that Robert Mueller’s investigation is crossing a line.
It is no longer just being a pain to Trump, but it is getting in the way of national diplomacy.
President Trump has been doing wonders around the world to fix fractured relationships with foreign powers.
He has forced North Korea to do a full 180 in communications with the United States.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has stopped threatening the United States and the rest of the world.
They haven’t launched a missile in nine months.
And to top it all off, South Korea has stated that they believe the Korean War, which has been going on for 65 years, is likely to end before the start of 2019.
So while President Trump is making great strides around the world to cultivate positive relationships, Robert Mueller is standing in the way.
It was Mueller’s investigation that made his Russia press conference such a media spectacle.
Just days before the meeting Mueller dropped 13 indictments on Russians, despite them having no connections to the Trump campaign.
The timing of those indictments was likely not by accident.
President Trump appears to be making a calculated decision in delaying a U.S. meeting with Putin.
If it were to occur while Mueller’s investigation was still going on it would immediately create problems.
As President Trump would be meeting with Putin at the White House, Mueller and his team would be nearby working to prove that President Trump’s campaign colluded with Putin’s government to win the election.
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