Robert Mueller’s witch hunt against Trump has been going on for over a year.
It has so far produced no real evidence connecting the President to collusion with Russia.
And a major Trump ally just revealed a genius strategy to shut down Robert Mueller.
Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz knows his way around legal proceedings.
He has long been an ally to President Donald Trump, and has given helpful advice despite the immense opposition he has faced.
While speaking to Fox News, Dershowitz stated that Trump’s best legal maneuver with Mueller would be to challenge a potential subpoena from special counsel Robert Mueller.
With how partisan Mueller’s investigation has been, this is a bold move.
While Mueller is supposed to be investigating supposed Russia collusion, his investigation has gone into different territories.
In fact, the recently released questions Mueller plans to ask Trump show that he has a major interest in non-Russian related affairs, looking for answers relating to many of the people Trump fired, and non-collusion related tweets of the President.
There’s no telling what Mueller will try to unearth, and potentially misrepresent just to spite the President.
As reported by Breitbart:
“Wednesday on Fox News Channel’s “America’s Newsroom,” Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz said President Donald Trump’s best legal maneuver would be to challenge a potential subpoena from special counsel Robert Mueller.
Dershowitz said, “Mueller has the ultimate card in his hand, the subpoena card. Because you subpoena the president, he has to go in front of the grand jury without his lawyer, without any opportunity to limit the questions.”
He continued, “But this gives the president some options, too. He can challenge the subpoena in court. He can go to the federal district court, the court of appeals, the United States Supreme Court. He can argue you can’t subpoena a president in a criminal case in front of a grand jury. He would possibly lose that broad issue. He can then argue you can’t ask a president why he engaged in acts that are authorized under Article II of the Constitution. He might well win that argument. Then he might argue you can’t ask me questions that go beyond the scope of the special counsel’s authority, namely to business dealings before he became president of the United States, and he may win or may lose that. It’s unclear.”
He added, “I think he’d be in a better position challenging this legally than sitting down with the special counsel and answering that list of 40-some-odd questions that are so open-ended, so vague and so general.””
While President Trump is working to bring peace to North Korea, build a wall on the southern border, and lower taxes, the Democrats are dead-set on impeaching him.
Robert Mueller is their tool to do that.
That’s why they are overly concerned with passing legislation to protect Mueller, and let his investigation go on for as long as he likes.
But with Trump’s legal team on the case, he could end up forcing the investigation to a close.
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