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Trump’s Lawyers Devising Strategy To Avoid Mueller, FBI Interview: NBC

"The odds of prosecutors agreeing to written responses are somewhere between infinitesimally small and zero."

Listen, even if Donald Trump was guilty of colluding with a hostile foreign power and even if he obstructed some justice by the pussy, there's no chance anyone is going to be able to prove it. I mean think about it, he's deadpan, not animated, not easily rattled, not impulsive, and not prone to flying off the handle. In short, he's the furthest thing from volatile. His poker face is legendary. One might even call him "stable." On top of that, he's always thinking five steps ahead of the next guy, he's incredibly quick on his feet, he has an IQ that's so high it can't be measured, and he has never - ever - been called "a moron" by anyone close to him. In short, you might say he's "a genius."   So putting all of that together, what you come away with is the impression that the President of the United States is a "stable genius". Being the "stable genius" that he is, there's no way he should crack under pressure if say, Robert Mueller wanted to interview him, right? Right. And that's a good fucking thing because Robert Mueller wants to interview him. "Anticipating that Special Counsel Robert Mueller will ask to interview President Donald Trump, the president’s legal team
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3 comments on “Trump’s Lawyers Devising Strategy To Avoid Mueller, FBI Interview: NBC

  1. Pete says:

    “How about if we give you Manafort…? Jared…? Junior…? All three?”

  2. PaulMiller says:

    By hiding behind twitter, and avoiding a face to face meeting with Mueller, Trump will start to lose some of his base that thinks of him as an heroic and righteous figure. Considering his base is already a minority, he is toast.

  3. Ld Tump says:

    I predict that Trump will have to share the “Person of the Year” title with Mueller in 2018.

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