It seems that someone in the Trump administration gets asked every day about the president’s intentions to fire Special Counsel Robert Mueller. Sometimes they ask about President Trump interfering with the investigation. Several former lawmakers, administration officials, and attorneys have even come forward to “warn” the president against any such actions.
Some in the administration, perhaps all, are getting entirely fed up with the questions and implications. Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders did an interview with Bill Hemmer for America’s Newsroom and her frustration was evident;
“I want to be very clear and make sure that I address Senator Warner’s (D-VA) concern [about Mueller being fired] for the 1,000th time. We have no intentions of firing Bob Mueller.”
When you consider Nikki Haley, Kellyanne Conway and Sarah Huckabee Sanders, you have an amazing lineup of incredibly capable women in the Trump administration.
Where are all the feminists applauding these ladies?
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Her next remark took a stab at the whole Russian-collusion witch hunt as it is often called;
“We’re continuing to work closely and cooperate with them. We look forward to seeing this hoax wrap up very soon.”
Anyone paying attention to the very little evidence that Robert Mueller has discovered lately would be quick to agree. There has been no proof that President Trump colluded to fix the election. The only issues that Robert Mueller has dug up mostly involve Democrats and FBI officials.
Sanders then went on to point out the truth of the last year in the country;
“We think that it is just further evidence that the Democrats have no plan. They have no agenda. They have nothing to talk to — about other than attacking this president. While they’ve been focused on Russia, this president has been focused on America.”
Hemmer then asked Sanders to comment on Senator Rand Paul’s statement earlier today that perhaps there should be an investigation into former Obama officials colluding to stop Trump from becoming president. She responded that Paul’s claims might be worth looking into.
America is tired of the witch hunt. It may have been intriguing to some in the beginning but now it has been clearly exposed as baseless and it is time for it to end.