Democrats are still trying to use Robert Mueller to take down President Trump.
They consider him to be their last hope in their crusade to take down Trump.
And Robert Mueller just made a surprise announcement that nobody expected.
In anti-Trump circles, author Michael Wolff is looked up to as a hero.
He is the author of the infamous book, Fire and Fury, which makes dozens of insane claims about President Trump.
President Trump responded to his book, stating that Wolff is “a total loser who made up stories in order to sell this really boring and untruthful book.”
But regardless of what Trump thinks, the entire mainstream media looked to the book as fact.
In the book, it makes numerous claims that are completely unverified which have been used to fuel conspiracy theories around Russia collusion.
Of course, with the release of Robert Mueller’s report, those claims are now laughable.
So, to try to save face, Wolff has a new book coming out, titled “Siege: Trump Under Fire.”
The book again makes ridiculous claims about Trump and Russia.
One of the claims alleges that Robert Mueller drafted a three-count indictment of President Trump, and has had it on his desk for almost a year.
A leaked version of the book, reviewed by The Guardian first reported the claim.
The Guardian additionally spoke to a spokesman for Robert Mueller, who gave a rare statement in response.
“The documents that you’ve described do not exist,” Peter Carr, Mueller’s spokesman, told the Guardian.
So before the book even hits shelves, the biggest smoking gun is already disproven.
The media is sure to be infuriated, but it is still possible they will parrot the claims in the book just because it looks bad for President Trump.
“The document sat on the special counsel’s desk for almost a year,” the Guardian claims the book says.
They go on to explain what indictments are alleged, but now disproven:
“The first count, under Title 18, United States code, Section 1505, charged the president with corruptly – or by threats of force or threatening communication – influencing, obstructing or impeding a pending proceeding before a department or agency of the United States.
“The second count, under section 1512, charged the president with tampering with a witness, victim or informant.”
“The third count, under section 1513, charged the president with retaliating against a witness, victim or informant.”
This is a major blow to the credibility of Wolff, and to his other book relating to Trump.
There’s no telling who made these allegations to Wolff, or if he simply made them all up.
It is very possible they are completely made up.
Considering that Mueller is rare to make statements to begin with, Wolff could have been counting on that.
But Mueller’s statement blindsides him before the release of his book.
According to The Guardian, the alleged indictment is the biggest claim in the entire book.
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