Robert Mueller’s anti-Trump witch hunt is officially in its second year.
There is more speculation than ever that the investigation may come to a close.
And a major bombshell just proved that it’s in its final days.
Just weeks ago, a massive list of questions that Robert Mueller planned to ask President Donald Trump was revealed.
Mueller was hoping to ask Trump as many questions as he could, likely in the hopes that the President slips up under oath, which could result in perjury charges.
That was likely a big reason that Trump has not been questioned by Mueller as of yet.
But with Mueller becoming more and more desperate, it has now been revealed that he has narrowed down the number of questions that he would like to ask Trump.
His initial questions had five different subject areas, but now he is down to two, according to Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani.
This is likely a major signal that Mueller is looking to end the investigation quickly.
And this is coming just as President Trump is inching towards exposing a spy planted in the Trump campaign by the FBI.
If that is proven true, that will be a major win for Trump and a massive smack to Mueller’s credibility.
That could very likely be the reason that Mueller seems to be pushing the investigation to a close much quicker.
As reported by PBS:
“President Donald Trump’s attorney said Friday the special counsel in the Russia probe has narrowed the scope of potential questions for the president, even as Trump advanced an unverified theory that the Justice Department planted a spy in his 2016 campaign and is now “out to frame him.”
Rudy Giuliani said on CNN Friday that special counsel Robert Mueller has narrowed his question subject areas from five to two, as negotiations continue over whether the president will sit down for an interview.
Giuliani said they don’t expect to be asked about the president’s personal attorney, Michael Cohen, who faces a separate criminal investigation in New York. But Giuliani did not provide many additional details, saying that some of it is “subject to negotiation.”
His comments came after Trump sent out an early morning tweet that seemed intended to undercut the ongoing Russia investigation, which he has repeatedly called a “witch hunt.”
Promoting a theory that is circulating in conservative circles, Trump quoted Fox Business anchor David Asman and tweeted: “Apparently the DOJ put a Spy in the Trump Campaign. This has never been done before and by any means necessary, they are out to frame Donald Trump for crimes he didn’t commit.”
On whether there was an “informant” in the 2016 presidential campaign, Giuliani said on CNN, “‘I don’t know for sure, nor does the President, if there really was one,” though he said they have long been told there was “some kind of infiltration.”
Robert Mueller’s approval rating is dropping dramatically, which Donald Trump’s approval rating is climbing.
The American people seem to be seeing through Mueller’s claims, and siding with the President.
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