Live President Trump has been on Twitter regarding the Meuller testimony


Trump is usually live and active on twitter

President Trump has been live on Twitter conveying his opinions on former special counsel Robert Mueller’s Wednesday testimony in front of the House Judiciary Committee and the House Intelligence Committee, where he is presumed to shed some light on his two-year-long investigation into whether or not then-candidate Donald Trump or anyone from his campaign knowingly conspired with Russia in order to win the 2016 presidential election.

Though most people do not expect Mueller’s testimony to differ from his 448-page report, which was released in March. President Trump has been live on Twitter, first tweeting a quote from Fox News anchor Chris Wallace that was said during the first break in the special counsel’s testimony.

“This has been a disaster for the Democrats and a disaster for the reputation of Robert Mueller.’ Chris Wallace @FoxNews,” Trump tweeted.

Following that with another tweet stating that there has been no obstruction of the investigation. The president went live on Twitter refuting any involvement in the investigation.

“Mueller was asked whether or not the investigation was impeded in any way, and he said no.” In other words, there was NO OBSTRUCTION. ‪@KatiePavlich‬ ‪@FoxNews, ‬Trump tweeted.

The president was also active on Twitter earlier in the morning in the lead up to Mueller’s testimony.

“So Democrats and others can illegally fabricate a crime, try pinning it on a very innocent President, and when he fights back against this illegal and treasonous attack on our Country, they call It Obstruction? Wrong! Why didn’t Robert Mueller investigate the investigators?” he tweeted.

“It was NEVER agreed that Robert Mueller could use one of his many Democrat Never Trumper lawyers to sit next to him and help him with his answers. This was specifically NOT agreed to, and I would NEVER have agreed to it. The Greatest Witch Hunt in U.S. history, by far!”

And despite Mueller disagreeing under oath about whether Trump was exonerated from obstruction of justice charges, president Trump stayed live reiterating the “NO COLLUSION, NO OBSTRUCTION!” Statement.


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