Trump calls out the “Crazy Mueller Report”, says some of the statements about him are “total BS”!

This morning Trump took to Twitter to defend himself and call out some of the statements made in the ‘Crazy Mueller Report’.




In his tweets he argued the Mueller Report was written by 18 Democrat Trump haters, and said that some of the statements they made about him are “total bullshit”.

Yep, he went there.

Also, just to be clear, he hasn’t continued his tweets even though it looks he was intending to do so at the end of the second tweet.

Late last night Trump also suggested that Kimberly Strassel, from the Wall Street Journal, should win the Pulitzer because she got all of this right from the beginning:

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196 thoughts on “Trump calls out the “Crazy Mueller Report”, says some of the statements about him are “total BS”!

  1. We can all say the “insurance policy” failed.

    The question is, will be treasonous bastards who attempted a coup against a duly-elected POTUS be indicted?

    Another question, where’s DeepState Annie?

    1. Yes the insurance policy failed, but it sure wasted a lot of money and time and weakened our president domestically and with the trade deals he is pursuing for our country.

      The conspirators should be feeling the heat soon, I hope.

      And as far as the rest of the AntiTrump crew, they are busy in their chatroom repeating how much they hate Trump over and over. 😆

    2. DSA was always a prime goalpost mover. I’m sure she’s going on about obstruction at this point.

      I don’t like to name people who aren’t here to defend themselves normally, but DeepState Annie was so incredibly wrong that it should sting her like a sunburn if she had a conscience. The number of times that she and I went back and forth over stuff like whether or not Mueller had real evidence of a conspiracy… I got tired of her obstinate intellectual dishonesty and ended up blocking her.

        1. Maybe, but like with AOC, there’s always the drawback that when you point out people who have said some really wrong and confused things, you also give them a little free attention.

          Is the object lesson of their stupidity worth the fact that they get an ego boost out of the attention? Hard to say.

  2. Anybody listening to Hannity on the radio (I know it’s hard) but his guests are really good so far. They all swear that indictments are coming for the dems. I hope it includes shrillery, lynch, & 0 but I won’t hold my breath.
    John Solomon is supposed to have breaking news next week!

      1. @russ I don’t appreciate you calling me a clown! You are rude & disrespectful! You do not even know me.

        He is hard to listen to because of his arrogance & talking over people. I NEVER said he wasn’t right.

      2. Hannity lost me ever since the primary when he went all in on this idea that caucus election are frauds and hurt Ted Cruz from there on out after he claimed along with Trump that Cruz was stealing the primary.

        It was the most disgraceful thing I have ever seen from him. Screw. him.

  3. Two FBI love-birds were so smug they thought they could trash a sitting President and not be compromised.

    Remind me, how did we get those Page/Strozk emails that unraveled this Obama house of cards?

  4. A couple of days ago they said that Trump had gotten a team together to make a response to the Mueller report. People on Twitter wanted to know why he needed a response to something that reportedly would “exonerate” him.

  5. Now that the Mueller Report shows no Russian Trump Collusion . . . Corruptocrats want to show that Trump tried to obstruct justice on something that never happened. – LOL

    1. The report vindicated Trump despite the efforts of Mueller and his leftists to smear Trump and find some smidgen of evidence that they could use against him.

      The report can both fail to show Trump was guilty and still contain falsehoods. Actually, we knew for some time that Mueller was writing a non-legal-view report just to hamstring Trump and give the Democrats impeachment talking points.

      Your attempt at showing hypocrisy just shows that you haven’t understood a damned thing for the last couple of years.

    2. You really do have TDS bad. You don’t even understand Trump’s statement. Typical of your kind though.

  6. This report was written by a bunch of rabid leftists, not a righty among them. How do you know what to believe in this report as fact? -Trump said what? Says who? Hearsay?-
    Bottom line: no collusion. Period.

  7. “President Trump is weak — too weak even to commit the acts of obstruction he desired. As the Mueller report stated, Trump’s attempts to influence the investigation “were mostly unsuccessful,” but it’s “largely because the persons who surrounded the President declined to carry out orders or accede to his requests.” He’s not strong. He’s not wise. He’s not honorable. And sometimes, when his subordinates disregard is orders, he’s not even truly the president. Regardless of his potential criminality, there is nothing revealed in the report that is admirable — or alpha — about Donald Trump.” http://time.com/5574118/mueller-report-donald-trump/?amp=true&__twitter_impression=true

    1. @talitha This isn’t surprising to anyone who honestly looks at the Trump Presidency beyond a “D” and “R” prism. Trump is not listened to or respected by anyone in Washington. He was unable to get a replacement plan for Obamacare, a task of medium difficulty, and was unable to secure border wall funds with a Republican Congress (which should have been very easy to do). Trump is essentially a figurehead president who watches cable news all day, tweets his gripes, and holds rallies. The country is being run by Trump cabinet heads and congressional leaders, not Trump. Unfortunately 90% of Republicans are okay with this kind of governance. :bam: :flash: :star:

    2. Trump didnt assert executive privledge over any of that. He could have and that report would have never been seen by the public

      Guess he felt like we would see through the attempt to smear him with crimes he didnt commit and then act all shocked that he responded the way he did.

      David couldnt handle a tiny fraction of the vitriol and partisan attacks Trump has. So he can take his opinion and shove it.

      1. Given the encouragement that he gave others to lie for him, my guess is Trump assumed people would also lie in front of the Special Prosecutor, which would be to put their head in a noose. I think Trump simply expects that of the people who are around him. And now that the report is out, Trump can hide behind them while blaming them and call them liars.

        BTW, David French hears plenty of the vitriol and partisan attacks from Trump supporters — thanks for the small example, btw — so it’s not as though he’s sailing through life. His wife, who was once sexually abused and still has PTSD over it, regularly gets the suggestion that she get raped — this, either told directly to her or through her husband. He’s heard from the worst, just as Trump has. David is handling it just fine, although he occasionally will make pleas for people to stop wishing violent sexual abuse on his wife, as would any good husband would.

  8. Mueller didn’t even make an attempt to act non partisan with all the liberal democrat lawyers he had on his staff.

  9. I think they are going to impeach Trump over a thought crime, the crime of thinking he was innocent.

    Reading headlines this morning makes me discouraged. They are just not going to stop. That poor man. That horrible man, I can’t believe I feel sorry for Trump, but this is so unfair.

  10. I thought the Mueller Investigation was suppose to look for collusion. Why did he make a call on obstruction at all?

    1. Well Mueller knew pretty quickly collusion was s bust, obstruction could be investigated forever.

      Thankfully Barr put an end to it.

    2. I saw where Mark Levin said the same thing. He said Vol. 2 (obstruction) was beyond Mueller’s scope, poorly written and was basically useless legally. He further stated that if Mueller had just addressed collusion, his scope, the report would have been out to us over a year ago.

      1. Listening to all the whackos, one would think they read a totally different report. I heard more than one declaring he was indeed guilty of collusion. I heard Marks show and he points out they went to 17 countries looking for collusion but never went to the Dems. Kimberly Strassel has great take on it !

  11. I don’t know where this fits in, but yesterday Chris Plante reported that Julian Assange said that Hillary was “intelligent, well-connected, sadistic and a sociopath.” Very perceptive.

  12. The political world was waiting so long for this report to come out, and it’s basically crap. Instead of putting an end to the story of Russia collusion with the finding that it never happened, they smeared the innocent people involved with innuendos and half-truths, omitted the very real evidence that showed the smears were false, and then wrote an entire extra section of the report to try to argue that the president was nevertheless guilty of some sort of obstruction, even if they couldn’t prove it.

    The Mueller investigation was started because of people “bearing false witness” of conspiracy between Russia and the Trump campaign. Over two years later, after spending millions of dollars and ruining the lives of innocent people — Carter Page, George Papadopoulos, Michael Flynn, and Michael Caputo, just for starters — they end up by writing a report that is still “bearing false witness,” and we’re supposed to be happy because they finally admitted they couldn’t prove any conspiracy.

    Well, they’re going to get what they asked for. The controversy will continue, just as they wanted. But when it comes to an end, the Mueller report will be widely recognized as the crap that it is. That’s the problem with smears. Eventually, the people smeared get their chance to respond. Papadopoulos has already given more details about the circumstances surrounding how he was approached that make it more and more obvious that he was the target of entrapment. Also, the things the Mueller report tried to avoid talking about, like the dodginess of the Steele dossier that was the only basis for surveillance and investigation of Carter Page, will come out.

  13. “President Trump is weak — too weak even to commit the acts of obstruction he desired. As the Mueller report stated, Trump’s attempts to influence the investigation “were mostly unsuccessful,” but it’s “largely because the persons who surrounded the President declined to carry out orders or accede to his requests.” He’s not strong. He’s not wise. He’s not honorable. And sometimes, when his subordinates disregard is orders, he’s not even truly the president. Regardless of his potential criminality, there is nothing revealed in the report that is admirable — or alpha — about Donald Trump.” http://time.com/5574118/mueller-report-donald-trump/?amp=true&__twitter_impression=true

    1. @talitha This isn’t surprising to anyone who honestly looks at the Trump Presidency beyond a “D” and “R” prism. Trump is not listened to or respected by anyone in Washington. He was unable to get a replacement plan for Obamacare, a task of medium difficulty, and was unable to secure border wall funds with a Republican Congress (which should have been very easy to do). Trump is essentially a figurehead president who watches cable news all day, tweets his gripes, and holds rallies. The country is being run by Trump cabinet heads and congressional leaders, not Trump. Unfortunately 90% of Republicans are okay with this kind of governance. :bam: :flash: :star:

    2. Trump didnt assert executive privledge over any of that. He could have and that report would have never been seen by the public

      Guess he felt like we would see through the attempt to smear him with crimes he didnt commit and then act all shocked that he responded the way he did.

      David couldnt handle a tiny fraction of the vitriol and partisan attacks Trump has. So he can take his opinion and shove it.

      1. Given the encouragement that he gave others to lie for him, my guess is Trump assumed people would also lie in front of the Special Prosecutor, which would be to put their head in a noose. I think Trump simply expects that of the people who are around him. And now that the report is out, Trump can hide behind them while blaming them and call them liars.

        BTW, David French hears plenty of the vitriol and partisan attacks from Trump supporters — thanks for the small example, btw — so it’s not as though he’s sailing through life. His wife, who was once sexually abused and still has PTSD over it, regularly gets the suggestion that she get raped — this, either told directly to her or through her husband. He’s heard from the worst, just as Trump has. David is handling it just fine, although he occasionally will make pleas for people to stop wishing violent sexual abuse on his wife, as would any good husband would.

  14. I think they are going to impeach Trump over a thought crime, the crime of thinking he was innocent.

    Reading headlines this morning makes me discouraged. They are just not going to stop. That poor man. That horrible man, I can’t believe I feel sorry for Trump, but this is so unfair.

  15. The political world was waiting so long for this report to come out, and it’s basically crap. Instead of putting an end to the story of Russia collusion with the finding that it never happened, they smeared the innocent people involved with innuendos and half-truths, omitted the very real evidence that showed the smears were false, and then wrote an entire extra section of the report to try to argue that the president was nevertheless guilty of some sort of obstruction, even if they couldn’t prove it.

    The Mueller investigation was started because of people “bearing false witness” of conspiracy between Russia and the Trump campaign. Over two years later, after spending millions of dollars and ruining the lives of innocent people — Carter Page, George Papadopoulos, Michael Flynn, and Michael Caputo, just for starters — they end up by writing a report that is still “bearing false witness,” and we’re supposed to be happy because they finally admitted they couldn’t prove any conspiracy.

    Well, they’re going to get what they asked for. The controversy will continue, just as they wanted. But when it comes to an end, the Mueller report will be widely recognized as the crap that it is. That’s the problem with smears. Eventually, the people smeared get their chance to respond. Papadopoulos has already given more details about the circumstances surrounding how he was approached that make it more and more obvious that he was the target of entrapment. Also, the things the Mueller report tried to avoid talking about, like the dodginess of the Steele dossier that was the only basis for surveillance and investigation of Carter Page, will come out.

  16. I don’t know where this fits in, but yesterday Chris Plante reported that Julian Assange said that Hillary was “intelligent, well-connected, sadistic and a sociopath.” Very perceptive.

  17. This report was written by a bunch of rabid leftists, not a righty among them. How do you know what to believe in this report as fact? -Trump said what? Says who? Hearsay?-
    Bottom line: no collusion. Period.

  18. I thought the Mueller Investigation was suppose to look for collusion. Why did he make a call on obstruction at all?

    1. Well Mueller knew pretty quickly collusion was s bust, obstruction could be investigated forever.

      Thankfully Barr put an end to it.

    2. I saw where Mark Levin said the same thing. He said Vol. 2 (obstruction) was beyond Mueller’s scope, poorly written and was basically useless legally. He further stated that if Mueller had just addressed collusion, his scope, the report would have been out to us over a year ago.

      1. Listening to all the whackos, one would think they read a totally different report. I heard more than one declaring he was indeed guilty of collusion. I heard Marks show and he points out they went to 17 countries looking for collusion but never went to the Dems. Kimberly Strassel has great take on it !

  19. Mueller didn’t even make an attempt to act non partisan with all the liberal democrat lawyers he had on his staff.

      1. Honestly, those are believable as well given his public persona and he should be more thankful for the people in his orbit that didn’t do half of what he said.

    1. The report vindicated Trump despite the efforts of Mueller and his leftists to smear Trump and find some smidgen of evidence that they could use against him.

      The report can both fail to show Trump was guilty and still contain falsehoods. Actually, we knew for some time that Mueller was writing a non-legal-view report just to hamstring Trump and give the Democrats impeachment talking points.

      Your attempt at showing hypocrisy just shows that you haven’t understood a damned thing for the last couple of years.

    2. You really do have TDS bad. You don’t even understand Trump’s statement. Typical of your kind though.

  20. Anybody listening to Hannity on the radio (I know it’s hard) but his guests are really good so far. They all swear that indictments are coming for the dems. I hope it includes shrillery, lynch, & 0 but I won’t hold my breath.
    John Solomon is supposed to have breaking news next week!

      1. @russ I don’t appreciate you calling me a clown! You are rude & disrespectful! You do not even know me.

        He is hard to listen to because of his arrogance & talking over people. I NEVER said he wasn’t right.

      2. Hannity lost me ever since the primary when he went all in on this idea that caucus election are frauds and hurt Ted Cruz from there on out after he claimed along with Trump that Cruz was stealing the primary.

        It was the most disgraceful thing I have ever seen from him. Screw. him.

          1. Yes I know Hannity supported Trump. Dont mistake my belief that Trump is better than I feared to mean he was better than Cruz.

  21. Two FBI love-birds were so smug they thought they could trash a sitting President and not be compromised.

    Remind me, how did we get those Page/Strozk emails that unraveled this Obama house of cards?

  22. Best part of this exercise is Trump really knows how the inside game is played in government. Any thought he could play by private sector rules is now banished. Now it is time for the real work to get done.

    Thank you for providing Trump the necessary wake-up call, Mueller. The next two years are going to be great.

  23. Well the lying press has convinced many in America that Trump is guilty. There is just no way to get to people with so much media lying constantly.

    I am sickened.

    Just saw a poll. How can anyone survive this level of propaganda.

  24. The way the second tweet cuts off before he went to a third tweet suggests to me that someone cut him off for his own good. Could have done without the bs word. Will he ever learn?

  25. Dan Bongino

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    @dbongino

    There will be no “let’s move on.” Forget it. It’s now time to expose the Obama administration’s role in the biggest political spying scandal in US history. There’s nowhere to hide, Justice is coming.

    1:13 PM – 19 Apr 2019

    1. This is exactly what needs to happen. Go for it. Trump. This is what our checks and balances government is all about. All Americans need this lesson- what your government can do to you; not for you.

    2. That would be sweet. I’m not even talking about “justice”, whatever that is. I’m talking about just getting the real information out there about how this whole thing unfolded.

      What did Obama know and when did he know it?
      What did Rice know and when did she know it?
      What did Lynch know and when did she know it?
      What did Brennan know and when did he know it?
      What did Clapper know and when did he know it?
      What did Comey know and when did he know it?

      I want NAMES. I want to know who authorized Mifsud and Halper. I want to know what their instructions were. I want to know who got Downer to engage and how that message passing went down.

      I can’t wait for the revelations!

      1. I agree – when our government agencies take it upon themselves to overturn an election, it’s a serious thing that requires investigation.

  26. We can all say the “insurance policy” failed.

    The question is, will be treasonous bastards who attempted a coup against a duly-elected POTUS be indicted?

    Another question, where’s DeepState Annie?

    1. Yes the insurance policy failed, but it sure wasted a lot of money and time and weakened our president domestically and with the trade deals he is pursuing for our country.

      The conspirators should be feeling the heat soon, I hope.

      And as far as the rest of the AntiTrump crew, they are busy in their chatroom repeating how much they hate Trump over and over. 😆

    2. DSA was always a prime goalpost mover. I’m sure she’s going on about obstruction at this point.

      I don’t like to name people who aren’t here to defend themselves normally, but DeepState Annie was so incredibly wrong that it should sting her like a sunburn if she had a conscience. The number of times that she and I went back and forth over stuff like whether or not Mueller had real evidence of a conspiracy… I got tired of her obstinate intellectual dishonesty and ended up blocking her.

        1. Maybe, but like with AOC, there’s always the drawback that when you point out people who have said some really wrong and confused things, you also give them a little free attention.

          Is the object lesson of their stupidity worth the fact that they get an ego boost out of the attention? Hard to say.

  27. David French, a solid Never-Trumper from National Review, said that the report should “shock our conscience” because of how Trump is described. The only thing that has shocked my conscience is the lengths these agencies will go to make sure they are not implicated for wrong-doing. When I read excerpts (because I’m not about to go 500 pages on this), it is clear to me that this report was written to exonerate the FBI and dump on Trump.

    1. David French’s TDS doesn’t surprise me… the anti-Trumpers are now moving the goalposts from collusion to moral behavior. As if these dimwits on the Left ever cared for morality…

      The sad thing about this is how the so-called conservatives are in bed with the Left on anti-Trump bandwagon.

      1. Yeah like the moral behavior is some great revelation. That case was made in 2016 and he won.

        I mean he beat a corrupt criminal hag, but he did win.

      2. David’s politics are conservative, and judgemental. That’s the combination that can’t be overcome.

    2. I can’t be shocked by Trump anymore, I spent a lot of time making the case that voting for him would be as big a mistake as voting for Hillary…. then he won and actually tried to do conservative things.

      I mean, I wish he had been more successful but with every single democrat and most of the GOP against him while fighting off this witch hunt, it is actually amazing he got anything done.

    3. Sean Davis called him out…

    4. I finally decided to unfollow him. I thought he’d come to terms at some point with our very imperfect President. But I decided that is not happening, I gave up on him.

    1. @ronbo Yep……………….he’s unfiltered for sure.

      BTW………….hope you have a blessed Passover with your loved ones.

  28. Mark was spot on.Part two [IMO] of that report appears to have been written specially for Nadler and Schiff and too do the obstruction investigation for the remainder of the Presidents term.

  29. A couple of days ago they said that Trump had gotten a team together to make a response to the Mueller report. People on Twitter wanted to know why he needed a response to something that reportedly would “exonerate” him.

    1. Trump should’ve responded to the report………….it was about him. That, in and of itself, is a good enough reason.

      1. Sadly, he’s now attacking statements made by aides who had no choice but to appear and tell the truth as they remembered it because he didn’t exert executive privilege. On Twitter, folks are saying he must have believed they would have lied for him as he would have done if he’d testified. But, of course, they’re not putting their heads in a noose for him.

        Now he’s attacking these people for a position he put them in.

        I like Trump undoing the damage Obama did, but then there’s that character problem.

  30. Best part of this exercise is Trump really knows how the inside game is played in government. Any thought he could play by private sector rules is now banished. Now it is time for the real work to get done.

    Thank you for providing Trump the necessary wake-up call, Mueller. The next two years are going to be great.

  31. Now that the Mueller Report shows no Russian Trump Collusion . . . Corruptocrats want to show that Trump tried to obstruct justice on something that never happened. – LOL

  32. Well the lying press has convinced many in America that Trump is guilty. There is just no way to get to people with so much media lying constantly.

    I am sickened.

    Just saw a poll. How can anyone survive this level of propaganda.

  33. The way the second tweet cuts off before he went to a third tweet suggests to me that someone cut him off for his own good. Could have done without the bs word. Will he ever learn?

  34. Who would’ve thought after Mueller found no collusion or obstruction of justice that the “press” would say that Mueller found collusion and obstruction of justice. Never saw it coming.

    1. @ryan-o it’s so good to see you here !! I wish you and yours a very Blessed Easter :heart:

    1. Yep, more of the butTrump TDS trolls have been logging in to comment lately.

      You know that they’re especially deserving of no respect when they don’t start their posts with, “I know I’ve been wrong about the Russia collusion investigation this whole time. I’m sorry about that.”

      Nuke the entire lot of them from orbit. It’s the only way to be sure.

  35. Mueller left everything open so the Loons could impeach…which always was their goal.
    We can all say at one time or another, should have could have but didn’t. Ted Cruz said a long time ago, much is self inflicted . It doesn’t mean he ever did anything wrong or nefarious, most was ego and inexperience. Now we have to figure out how to move forward.

    1. @new-west Some people just have a hard time knowing when to zip it……….Trump is one. I agree, though, he didn’t do anything nefarious…………just stupid.

  36. The President and Mark Levin are correct. None of these claims in this report were ever proven beyond a reasonable doubt. The President never had the opportunity to defend against any of the allegations. As any defense attorney will tell you, no matter how your client reacts to being wrongfully charged, either mad or calm are all consciousness of guilt acording to most prosecutors who have no direct evidence of guilt.

    The report should have just said the investigation was based on a false premise and America owes President Trump, his family and people like, Carte Page, George Papadopoulos, General Flynn, and others an apology and to do whatever is necessary put their life and reputations put back on track as much as possible.

  37. Dan Bongino

    Verified account

    @dbongino

    There will be no “let’s move on.” Forget it. It’s now time to expose the Obama administration’s role in the biggest political spying scandal in US history. There’s nowhere to hide, Justice is coming.

    1:13 PM – 19 Apr 2019

    1. That would be sweet. I’m not even talking about “justice”, whatever that is. I’m talking about just getting the real information out there about how this whole thing unfolded.

      What did Obama know and when did he know it?
      What did Rice know and when did she know it?
      What did Lynch know and when did she know it?
      What did Brennan know and when did he know it?
      What did Clapper know and when did he know it?
      What did Comey know and when did he know it?

      I want NAMES. I want to know who authorized Mifsud and Halper. I want to know what their instructions were. I want to know who got Downer to engage and how that message passing went down.

      I can’t wait for the revelations!

      1. I agree – when our government agencies take it upon themselves to overturn an election, it’s a serious thing that requires investigation.

    2. This is exactly what needs to happen. Go for it. Trump. This is what our checks and balances government is all about. All Americans need this lesson- what your government can do to you; not for you.

  38. The investigation was based on a false report created by a foreign agent (Christopher Steele) paid by the Hillary Campaign, initiated and conducted by crooked senior officials in the Obama administration and the Mueller investigation/report was completed by partisan Democrat hacks.

    This is basically government-sponsored 2020 opposition research for the Democrat nominee.

  39. I look forward to the Democrats who covered up for Clinton’s lies and Obama’s lies and scandals to come out for impeachment for Trump because his lies are just beyond the pale.

      1. Well but it’s Trump so totally not a scandal to use the power of government law enforcement or intelligence community to over turn the election.

  40. I figured Trump would respond, I would.

    How do you release this as evidence or something of value when they are just products from interviews. One of them is from a known liar that is going to jail for being a liar. Why even include it in the report?

    Oh that is right Muller’s team were a bunch of hard core dems and wanted to try and get at least some narrative going in the end.

  41. Purpose of investigation: collusion

    Result of investigation: no collusion

    Done.

    Leftists should be happy that my report saves more trees than Meuller’s.

  42. So….. this guy Trump says he hasn’t read the report. Then, when the part about him acting worried is revealed, he claims it didn’t happen. He also claims his taxes are under audit….

    I’ll take the Mueller report over Trump, he’s not credible…. so much lack of credibility in fact Trump’s lawyers had to write responses to Mueller for him so Trump would not perjure himself. It’s embarrassing this incompetent man leads this great nation. How can anyone take Trump seriously?

      1. About half the country is yeah. Why not impeach? Because if we just sit on our hands, we can elect Trump out of office, there’s a fear the impeachment process will embolden Trump and his base.

          1. Yeah, it’s wild how political things became. Clinton was getting everything thrown at him for lying about oral sex from an intern, Trump gets chummy with the country that swayed the election and his base still supports him.

            How’d we get here?

            1. Trump gets chummy with the country that swayed the election and his base still supports him.

              Or they don’t think he has done anything of the sort.

              1. There’s no denying that Russia interfered in the election with the intent of hurting Hillary. Right?

                When told about Russia’s interference by American intelligence agencies, Trump said during Helsinki summit that he believes Putin/Russia did not interfere, which is what Putin told him.

                Because Trump downplays Russia’s involvement and showers Putin with praise of being so strong and whatnot, it makes Trump look as if he really wants to be friends with Putin.

                1. There is no denying that Russia interfered and seeks to sow chaos (and he does not even come close to the chaos our own media sows)

                  Trump goes after Russia too, like warning them off in Venuzuela just recently. “Russia needs to get out.”

                2. Trump also says his taxes are under audit…..

                  There is very little faith one can have in the words of Trump, so I doubt Putin is shaking in his boots…. a la the North Korean talks.

                3. he really wants to be friends with Putin.

                  Oh, sure. It’s those tougher sanctions he put on Russia, our undercutting of Russian gas prices, our wiping out Russian assets in Syria, Trump getting tougher on Cuba, and our cooperation with the Gulf Coast Council that Putin was after all along, right?

                  Great success!

                4. Even you can admit Trump slurps questionable leaders throughout the world? Call it his art of the deal, but it makes Trump look like a sucker.

                5. What you should admit is that cheap compliments are effective at de-fanging foreign dictators. Trump has had good success in dealing with foreign leaders of all types.

        1. They can try, Democrats are willing to hurt our nation and let our borders be overrun to hurt Trump – they will do anything.

        1. The two years of the media hoax…what’s next from the crazy left 24/7 media haters? Bottom line – he has become our BEST POTUS

    1. Your post, like the Mueller report, is BS! Have a nice day! Say hello to CNN and MSNBC!

      1. The two years of the media hoax…what’s next from the crazy left 24/7 media haters? Bottom line – he has become our BEST POTUS

        1. I’m trying to wrap my head around the fact that no other 2016 GOP candidate would have survived this hoax… they would have folded, resigned, or would be impotent to govern.

          Trump’s COJONES helped him deal with this hoax. I hope he calls for bringing to justice the perpetrators of this attempted coup!

    2. I go back and forth on Trump, I’m a Cruz voter.

      You do know the part you are saying came from the interview of Cohan had with them. He is going to jail for being a liar. Muller report is just noting the comment Cohan made. So not hard evidence for anything.

      1. Good point. Keep in mind that you’re trying to reason with someone who isn’t going back and forth based upon facts and logic. He just has raw hatred and is having trouble coming to terms with the fact that the bad orange man isn’t about to be sent to prison. He’s very disappointed and acting out.

      1. Meh, in terms of a politics, it’s been a rough 2 years. The only upside from all this is I watch a fair amount of Fox News, the tone is a lot less acrimonious without Obama.

    3. @elviswasahero2most

      first off Trump has had time to read it since he said he didn’t and it’s his prerogative to do so since it’s being used to slander him in the “news”

      Secondly if you’re going to take the Mueller report then rest assure there is nothing to impeach him over it period

      Third he has a right to defend himself from the svengalis who masquerade as journals but are really just Democrat operatives, which you should be able to understand considering you yourself are a Democrat operative looking for ways to troll pro Trump sites

      1. I’m not trying to troll, more like I enjoy political debates. And unlike most people, I don’t want to be in my bubble, I enjoy hearing what the other side has to say….. lately however, there have been just a lot of insults.

    4. I’ll take the Mueller report over Trump, he’s not credible

      And there’s your mistake. You made a choice that you didn’t have to. Does Trump lie about some things? Sure. But we also know that Mueller is neck deep in his conflicts of interest regarding this Obama administration frame job. We know that the Obama administration unleashed an extremely dubious and probably illegal counter intelligence probe against the Trump campaign. There are much bigger and more important concerns than whether or not Trump is lying about unimportant details in the Mueller impeachment smear.

      How can anyone take Trump seriously?

      He’s not my particular choice for President and I wince at his behavior here and there. Then again, he’s governed much more conservatively than the Bushes ever did. Given that Hillary Clinton was our alternative, I’m not going to just b!tch about Trump’s faults all day while ignoring the good that has come out of his presidency.

      1. There are much bigger and more important concerns than whether or not Trump is lying about unimportant details in the Mueller impeachment smear.

        My concerns are mostly that Trump does not take the presidency seriously, as exhibited in his tax returns, keeping his businesses active, his interactions with dictators, his constant tweeting/cable news watching, his pathological lying, assigning important roles to family and people he sees on television…

        As for you declaring Obama violated FISA courts….. how do you know such a thing? Because Mark Levin and Alex Jones say so? Making such a statement is the same as the media you detest making inferences on collusion, no?

        I’m not going to just b!tch about Trump’s faults all day while ignoring the good that has come out of his presidency.

        Sure, even Mao had some good things about him. Like I stated, the embarrassment that he is someone who didn’t even want to win, demonstrated by the outlandish things he’d say on the campaign trail, and I’m even more embarrassed that this presidential George Wallace could represent us. :mrgreen:

        1. Trump does not take the presidency seriously,

          He’s taking it more seriously than you seem to be taking your credibility.

          1. Meh.

            Too much tweeting, too much whining, too much nonsense…. he’s lucky his staff was unwilling to break the law for him. Good thing Michael Cohen wasn’t in the White House.

        2. As for you declaring Obama violated FISA courts….. how do you know such a thing?

          The fact that there was a FISA warrant and two renewals without a single charge against Carter Page tells you that the FISA system was abused. A FISA warrant is deliberately hard to get and the language of the law is such that knowing criminal activity with a foreign power needs to exist for a legitimate application. Yet Carter Page was never charged with anything.

          Add in what we know about Mifsud, Halper, and Downer and we have a fairly clear narrative that makes it highly likely that Papadopoulos was push-pulled to make incriminating statements.

          Making such a statement is the same as the media you detest making inferences on collusion, no?

          That’s about like saying “Because the media uses words and I use words, I’m just as bad as the media”.

          Wrong. The media ignored facts in evidence for 2 years in order to push an obviously broken narrative. I’m not ignoring facts and my logic is far more sound.

          But don’t worry. Now that this is being investigated, I’m confident that you folks will be proven wrong yet again. I’m also confident that you’ll try to move the goalposts down the road.

          Sure, even Mao had some good things about him

          It must have been really hard for you not to use a dumb Hitler pearl-clutching “analogy”. How did you ever think of a different mass murdering dictator to compare Trump to? Do you think it’s effective with anyone who isn’t a foaming-at-the-mouth Trump hater?

          I’m even more embarrassed

          Blah… blah… blah… start arguing with intellectual integrity and maybe your embarrassment will give me concern. As long as you keep floating these travesties you think are arguments, you get no respect from me.

    5. @elviswasahero2most The only thing which is embarrassing is your comment. You fell for the BS of the MSM which means you’re one of the sheeple who can’t think for yourself. Better get your meds in order because when the truth comes out (it will) and people are indicted it will help to be medicated through it.

      1. Couldn’t I just as easily said you fell for the BS of Fox News? Whatever, you likely have the mainstream media BS belief due to Fox News? Safe to assume (forgive me for assuming) you likely don’t believe climate change is accelerating due to man’s activity?

        My point is, your world is one filled with doubt, conspiracies… to doubt the White House counsel just seems to fit right into your beliefs.

        1. @elviswasahero2most Actually, you couldn’t say that because I get my news from various sources. You’re right I don’t buy into climate change because I was around when they said global cooling was the problem, then global warming. It’s inconsistent and that’s due to whatever fits the political agenda. I remember when eggs were bad for you and you shouldn’t eat them every day. If you believe what the “experts” in these so called studies say you could go bonkers because they continually change the story.

          BTW……………..I’ve never trusted Weissman who is a weasel and should’ve been disbarred after Enron. Mueller would have been more believable if he had thrown Weissmann out on his ear at the beginning.

  43. David French, a solid Never-Trumper from National Review, said that the report should “shock our conscience” because of how Trump is described. The only thing that has shocked my conscience is the lengths these agencies will go to make sure they are not implicated for wrong-doing. When I read excerpts (because I’m not about to go 500 pages on this), it is clear to me that this report was written to exonerate the FBI and dump on Trump.

    1. David French’s TDS doesn’t surprise me… the anti-Trumpers are now moving the goalposts from collusion to moral behavior. As if these dimwits on the Left ever cared for morality…

      The sad thing about this is how the so-called conservatives are in bed with the Left on anti-Trump bandwagon.

      1. David’s politics are conservative, and judgemental. That’s the combination that can’t be overcome.

    2. I can’t be shocked by Trump anymore, I spent a lot of time making the case that voting for him would be as big a mistake as voting for Hillary…. then he won and actually tried to do conservative things.

      I mean, I wish he had been more successful but with every single democrat and most of the GOP against him while fighting off this witch hunt, it is actually amazing he got anything done.

    3. I finally decided to unfollow him. I thought he’d come to terms at some point with our very imperfect President. But I decided that is not happening, I gave up on him.

    4. Sean Davis called him out…

      Sorry, but you don’t get to yadda yadda yadda the fact that there was no Russian collusion just so you can get back to your happy place of Orange Man Bad and pretend like the baseless conspiracy theory you pushed didn’t just blow up in your face. https://t.co/ygU1cCVm4o— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) April 19, 2019

  44. Wouldn’t be surprised if there were lies put in the report. Said before Weissmann is a weasel.

    1. @ronbo Yep……………….he’s unfiltered for sure.

      BTW………….hope you have a blessed Passover with your loved ones.

  45. Mark was spot on.Part two [IMO] of that report appears to have been written specially for Nadler and Schiff and too do the obstruction investigation for the remainder of the Presidents term.

  46. Who would’ve thought after Mueller found no collusion or obstruction of justice that the “press” would say that Mueller found collusion and obstruction of justice. Never saw it coming.

    1. @ryan-o it’s so good to see you here !! I wish you and yours a very Blessed Easter :heart:

    1. Yep, more of the butTrump TDS trolls have been logging in to comment lately.

      You know that they’re especially deserving of no respect when they don’t start their posts with, “I know I’ve been wrong about the Russia collusion investigation this whole time. I’m sorry about that.”

      Nuke the entire lot of them from orbit. It’s the only way to be sure.

  47. Mueller left everything open so the Loons could impeach…which always was their goal.
    We can all say at one time or another, should have could have but didn’t. Ted Cruz said a long time ago, much is self inflicted . It doesn’t mean he ever did anything wrong or nefarious, most was ego and inexperience. Now we have to figure out how to move forward.

    1. @new-west Some people just have a hard time knowing when to zip it……….Trump is one. I agree, though, he didn’t do anything nefarious…………just stupid.

  48. The President and Mark Levin are correct. None of these claims in this report were ever proven beyond a reasonable doubt. The President never had the opportunity to defend against any of the allegations. As any defense attorney will tell you, no matter how your client reacts to being wrongfully charged, either mad or calm are all consciousness of guilt acording to most prosecutors who have no direct evidence of guilt.

    The report should have just said the investigation was based on a false premise and America owes President Trump, his family and people like, Carte Page, George Papadopoulos, General Flynn, and others an apology and to do whatever is necessary put their life and reputations put back on track as much as possible.

  49. The investigation was based on a false report created by a foreign agent (Christopher Steele) paid by the Hillary Campaign, initiated and conducted by crooked senior officials in the Obama administration and the Mueller investigation/report was completed by partisan Democrat hacks.

    This is basically government-sponsored 2020 opposition research for the Democrat nominee.

  50. I look forward to the Democrats who covered up for Clinton’s lies and Obama’s lies and scandals to come out for impeachment for Trump because his lies are just beyond the pale.

    1. The government actively worked against a candidate for president. That used to be a huge deal.

      1. Well but it’s Trump so totally not a scandal to use the power of government law enforcement or intelligence community to over turn the election.

  51. I figured Trump would respond, I would.

    How do you release this as evidence or something of value when they are just products from interviews. One of them is from a known liar that is going to jail for being a liar. Why even include it in the report?

    Oh that is right Muller’s team were a bunch of hard core dems and wanted to try and get at least some narrative going in the end.

  52. Purpose of investigation: collusion

    Result of investigation: no collusion

    Done.

    Leftists should be happy that my report saves more trees than Meuller’s.

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