President Donald Trump fired a series of tweets about topics spanning Russia's investigation through border security on Thursday night. Trumps…
President Donald Trump fired a series of tweets about topics ranging from Russia’s survey and border security on Thursday night, the night before the Special Council Robert Mueller is expected to submit several important applications for Russia’s probe.
Trump fired two tweets related to a Fox Business segment with anchor Trish Regan, trying to doubt the FBI’s motivation to get a FISA guarantee to monitor the former Trump campaign advisor Carter Page.
Regan referred to the infamous democratically funded documentation, which was reportedly used as justification for the FISA delay, and suggested “The FBI was weaponized to take down Donald Trump President.”
“Is this really America,” Trump tweeted, referring to Regan’s comments that question the FISA warranty legitimacy. “Witch hunt!”
In another twite a minute later, Trump resumed his go-to attack on news media.
Trump mentioned Arizona, as he claimed was “bracing for a massive increase in a NON-WALLED area.”
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Trump appeared refer to the customs and border patrol training exercise in Tucson, Arizona, on Thursday where agents prepared to “handle the potential of large crowds and aggravating behavior of caravan members, if a situation should arise.”
Trump also referred to minority leader Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer, who equaled Trump’s plans for a $ 5 billion repayment on the controversial wall between the US-Mexico border.
“We will not let them come through”, Trump tweeted. “Great danger” [Rep. Nancy Pelosi] and [Sen. Chuck Schumer] must approve Boarder Security and the Wall! “
Trumps Quick Fire Tweets arrive the night before Mueller’s deadline for submitting documents describing former campaign leader Paul Manafort’s” Crimes and Lies, “including the alleged violations he made from his speech dealing with the Special Adviser. Manafort accused to a number of conspiracy to prevent justice and a number of conspiracy against the United States in September.
The Special Attorney is also expected to submit his judgment recommendation to former Trump attorney Michael Cohen, who committed himself to financial crime and lie to Congress. 19659006] Mueller’s recommendation follows a similar one submitted to former security advisor Michael Flynn, who was found to have lied to federal investigators about his contacts with Russian officials.