August 14, 2022

Chuck Schumer just issued a stern warning to Trump over threat to fire Mueller

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Senate Minority leader Charles Schumer (D-NY) heard President Trump once again floating trial balloons regarding firing Special Counsel Robert Mueller in the wake of the FBI raid on his lawyer Michael Cohen’s offices and home this afternoon and immediately went on Twitter to send the president a strong warning against making such a drastic and foolish move.


The senator was responding to comments that Trump made to reporters at the White House this afternoon after the news of the raids broke. Trump lashed out at the Special Counsel and his team after the FBI properly executed a legally obtained search warrant to retrieve documents and data from Trump’s personal attorney who has been heavily embroiled in the ongoing saga of the president and the porn star, Stormy Daniels.

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Schumer was wise in keeping his message to Trump curt and simple like its intended recipient, but he nonetheless expanded on the reasons behind the message in subsequent tweets.

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Schumer’s conclusion is undeniable. Unfortunately, the health of our democracy was never paramount on Trump’s list of priorities and, now in the middle of one of the biggest crises of his short and tumultuous presidency, is far from his list of concerns.

With all of the trouble that Trump is having in finding new legal representation to handle the case Mueller is building, the FBI document seizure from one of the few people left who are willing to be associated with his legal woes is the kind of blow that innocent people would have little to worry about. That the president continues to protest too much indicates that there may be a lot to learn from the material the FBI now has in its possession.

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Vinnie Longobardo

is the Managing Editor of Washington Press and a 35-year veteran of the TV, mobile, & internet industries, specializing in start-ups and the international media business. His passions are politics, music, and art.

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