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    Quote Originally Posted by 21STEELERS21 View Post
    If Mueller is dropped the House will investigate
    They will investigate even if the Mueller "investigation " comes back with a report that trump is a snow white (well, orange) angel who never so much as got a parking ticket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 21STEELERS21 View Post
    If Mueller is dropped the House will investigate
    If the man drops his breeches, drops his pen, drops his taco bowl, name drops or shoe drops they will investigate, so effin what. Muh russia needs to be terminated with extreme prejudice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 21STEELERS21 View Post
    If Mueller is dropped the House will investigate
    Oh the house will investigate no matter what because its all political bullshit as always... the bottom line is impeachment over something that the moderates see as trivial is a surefire way to lose badly in 2020... ask the 1990s republicans how that fairs.....

    Also you need a quarum of 67 senate votes to remove him... so thatís relatively impossible....



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    Quote Originally Posted by 21STEELERS21 View Post
    If Mueller is dropped the House will investigate
    Mueller will not be dropped. However, he will be asked to confine his investigation to Russian collusion, and finish if there is none. His investigation in search of a crime will be over.
    You lost. Get over it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RollRed View Post
    How long did that shit with Clinton and Monica Lewinsky drag on and on.... and that was over a blow job for Christ’s sake.
    Umm..it "dragged on and on" because the case itself dictated it. Not a day went by that we didn't hear some new development in the case...unlike this Russian fiasco.

    When was the last time Mueller found something that implicated Trump in some sort of wrongdoing? He never did.

    People like you are so transparent. It's so easy to see you want so badly for Trump to be guilty of something you refuse to give up.

    And it was more than just about a blowjob you simpleton.
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    CONSTITUTIONAL CRISIS! Is the Dems byword of the day.

    As if they give a shit about what the constitution says or doesnt say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ark steel View Post
    CONSTITUTIONAL CRISIS! Is the Dems byword of the day.
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    I don't remember when they amended the Constitution to say you can't fire a cabinet member. All presidents do it. Maybe Chuck Schumer amended it by himself.
    You lost. Get over it.

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    hahahaha

    Mueller is a Republican too, isn't he?


    Rosenstein calls Whitaker a 'superb' choice for acting attorney general

    Washington (CNN) Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein on Friday hailed acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker as a "superb" choice to fill the role even as Whitaker's past statements have prompted questions about his impartiality toward special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.

    "I think he's a superb choice for attorney general," Rosenstein told a small group of reporters gathered outside of an investiture ceremony for US Attorney Zachary Terwilliger in Alexandria, Virginia. "He certainly understands the work, understands the priorities of the department.

    The positive tone from the No. 2 official at the Justice Department was notable, as Rosenstein and Whitaker have had a complicated relationship for some time, compounded by the fact that Whitaker had discussed taking Rosenstein's job with President Donald Trump several weeks ago.

    Despite that, Rosenstein, who has weathered the President's bad side at times and attacks from some of Trump's most vocal Hill allies, has managed to survive, and he publicly praised Whitaker on Friday in a clear attempt at displaying department solidarity.

    https://www.cnn.com/2018/11/09/polit...ral/index.html

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