Trump Drops The Hammer, Says He Might Sue Over ‘Fraudulent’ Mueller Investigation

Now that the impeachment scam has failed miserably, President Trump has gone on the offensive which should strike fear in the heart of his adversaries. 

On Tuesday, in his strongest comments yet about the “fraudulent” witch hunt conducted by deep state dirty cop Robert Mueller and his partisan prosecutors, the leader of the free world left open the possibility that he would sue the bastards. 

Trump took aim at Mueller and his team in a blistering series of tweets blasting them over relying on the discredited Steele dossier as well as “forging” documents in order to defraud the FISA court. 

The implied threat comes after revelations that the jury foreman in the Roger Stone trial was a Democrat activist who despite her clearly biased social media activity and her smear of Trump as the #KlanPresident, was not dismissed by the Obama appointed judge. 

Via The Hill, “Trump suggests he may sue over Mueller investigation”:

President Trump on Tuesday suggested he may file lawsuits over the outcome of former special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation, saying its findings are “badly tainted.”

The president in a series of tweets also made multiple misleading claims about Mueller and his investigation as he again lashed out over the trial of longtime associate Roger Stone, who is scheduled to be sentenced this week in a case stemming from the former special counsel’s probe.

“Everything having to do with this fraudulent investigation is badly tainted and, in my opinion, should be thrown out,” Trump tweeted.

“The whole deal was a total SCAM. If I wasn’t President, I’d be suing everyone all over the place,” he added. “BUT MAYBE I STILL WILL. WITCH HUNT!”

The president’s tweets excoriating the Mueller investigation followed another set of tweets in which he singled out the judge overseeing Stone’s trial.

Taken together, the barrage shows the president has refused to ease up on his attacks on the Justice Department in the wake of a warning from Attorney General William Barr that Trump was making his job “impossible” with his running “background commentary.”

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