President Donald Trump exploded with rage on the White House South Lawn on Thursday after former special counsel Robert Mueller’s bombshell on-camera statement in which he pointedly said he could not say with confidence that Trump didn’t commit crimes.
In analyzing Trump’s angry tirade against Mueller, in which the president argued that the special counsel had a conflict of interest because he used to belong to a Trump-branded golf club, CNN political director David Chalian said it showed that the president may now just be realizing that his problems related to the Russia probe are far from over.
“He’s clearly exasperated, angry, and desperate to try to move on beyond this, but there are ongoing investigations, ongoing lawsuits,” Chalian said. “Mueller, I’m sure, is getting a call to testify. This is not going away, and Donald Trump is going to have to find a way to live with it because doing this every day is not going to be great for him going forward.”
Chalian also said that Americans should “never get used to” seeing behavior like this from the president, and said it would be dangerous to passively accept the president’s constant lying “despite how common it has become.”
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"First, Ocasio-Cortez and her "Squad" mate Ilhan Omar have been talked about a lot more on Fox than on other cable news channels this year," Stelter wrote. "Second, the freshmen have been getting more attention on cable than seasoned leaders of the Democratic Party."
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Appearing on CNN's "New Day," a former adviser to Bill Clinton said that he expects ex-special counsel Robert Mueller to make a some blunt statements about President Donald Trump in his upcoming appearance before a Congressional committee that will cause voters to turn on the president.
According to Guy Smith, who advised former President Bill Clinton during his impeachment ordeal, Mueller's own words will carry tremendous weight with voters who have no idea what is in his report on the president.
"Well, what we're going to see is people who have never read the report, which is most everybody, and they have only heard President Trump and the attorney general say he's been exonerated. It does not," he told host Christi Paul. "So, what's going to happen is that they're going to be hearing Robert Mueller in his own words say that the president obstructed justice. The American people have not read this thing."