President Trump announced to a room of reporters already being briefed on other issues that he would agree to an interview under oath with Robert Mueller, provided his attorneys
President Trump unexpectedly popped into a briefing with reporters on his immigration plan and other matters as we was preparing to head to Davos, Switzerland where the enemy elites are meeting to scheme and plot global manipulation.
President Trump is asked, “Are you going to talk to Mueller?” He replies, “I’m looking forward to it, actually.” He repeats the reality the press and their Democrat comrades choose to ignore, the fact that “There has been no collusion whatsoever. There is no obstruction whatsoever, and I’m looking forward to it.”
He says, “I do worry when I look at all of the things that you people don’t report about,” mentioning the five months of “missing” text messages during “prime time” between two of the most prominent anti-Trump conspirators at the FBI.
Trump is asked by one reporter if he has a date set, to which he replies that none has been set but “I guess they’re talking about two or three weeks, but I would love to do it.” He adds, “subject to my lawyers and all of that, but I would love to do it.” [[VIDEO BELOW]]
The caveat is important as his lawyers, aside from the bizarre public proclamations of Ty Cobb that he trusts Mueller’s professionalism and is willing to stake the Trump Presidency on that trust, will likely advise against it. Other attorneys and judges, such as Andrew Napolitano, are urging him not to even consider talking to Mueller and warning that it would be a guaranteed perjury trap.
Asked if he would talk to Mueller under oath, Trump can’t resist reminding the reporter that they didn’t apply the same conditions to Hillary Clinton. She claims not to know if Clinton was under oath when she talked to the FBI, but everyone else in the room and a large portion of the American public know that she was not.
He ribs her a bit for claiming not to know when she obviously must. Trump then says he’d do it under oath a couple of times, adding, “absolutely.”
He’s asked if he trusts the FBI, to which President Trump replies with one of the latest in the flood of damning information coming out about both the DOJ and FBI, the 50,000 text messages that they “lost,” not unlike the 33,000 emails they allowed Hillary Clinton to destroy, along with the server they were housed on and other devices.
On the topic of FBI corruption, he’s asked if McCabe should go and points out the $700,000 he got from the Clintons through Terry McAuliffe, as the one supervising the Clinton sham investigation. It’s an obvious “yes” for anyone unburdened by a globalist agenda or a “D” after their name. What they engaged in is called a quid pro quo, or as McCabe referred to it, “special treatment” or simply a “special,” for short.
We’ll see how all of this plays out. It’s quite likely that within that two or three weeks he’s set as the approximate time frame, the Nunes memo will be released and everything could change. At that point the investigation could shift from being led by Mueller to him being one of the primary targets. President Trump could be anticipating those developments and having a little fun in doing so.
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