Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation has dredged on for the last year.
He has constantly looked for ways to link Trump to the Russian government, without much luck.
But one thing that just happened will shut down Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation.
Despite Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s attempts to interview President Trump relating to the Russia investigation; that will likely not happen.
President Donald Trump’s legal team has made it clear that the President has not met the high threshold needed to interview a President in person.
In other words, the investigation into the President’s campaign is so baseless that they don’t think the President should have to waste his time being interviewed about it.
President Trump has made it clear that he’d “love to” meet with Robert Mueller, as he understands his innocence, but he is relying on his legal team to decide if he should meet with him.
As reported by CNN:
“President Donald Trump’s attorneys are arguing that special counsel Robert Mueller’s team has not met the high threshold they believe is needed to interview a president in person, according to sources familiar with the ongoing deliberations.
Despite the fact that Trump himself has said he is “looking forward” and would “love to” meet with Mueller, he did say any interview would be “subject to my lawyers,” who believe that Trump should not be required to do that.
Sources said this is an ongoing negotiation and the position by the President’s lawyers is not a final stance.
While the White House has cooperated with Mueller’s investigation by providing documents and voluntary witness testimony, the President’s legal team argues that the President should not be treated like anyone else. Trump’s attorneys would like Mueller’s prosecutors to show that only the President can give them the information they require. The President’s team, one source said, is consulting with the White House counsel’s office and other outside legal experts given the implications of any decision about the President’s testimony on the office of the President.
The discussions about presidential testimony are ongoing and professional, says one source. But it is now clear where the President’s attorneys stand.
Mueller has made clear he is seeking a sit-down interview with the President, CNN reported last week. Mueller has even provided Trump’s attorneys with a range of topics he wants to ask about as part of ongoing negotiations regarding an interview with the President, sources familiar with the matter tell CNN.”
Unless Mueller can get an interview with President Trump, his investigation will be nothing more than a fantasy being pushed by the Democrats.
Instead of looking at evidence, or in this case, the lack of, Democrats continue to push claims that President Trump colluded with Russia to defeat Hillary Clinton.
The only small bits of evidence they have to fall back on are from revelations revealed many months ago, and none of it involves the President himself.
Despite this, Robert Mueller continues to dredge on.
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