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Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Trump did a good service to the country!

Por qubano22005

The never-ending drama of Trump, Comey and Mueller must have media a little tired. The American public opinion is also exhausted by the smoke screen that the president of the United States designs constantly, the "persecution" of "close" ones to the president and the discovery of new documents as well as the legal arguments of Donald Trump’s personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani. This time the head of state attacked the FBI one more time, particularly James Comey, when twitting that had done a "great service" to his country when dismissing the former number one of the Federal Bureau of Investigations without fearing the repercussions that those statements will certainly have.

Donald Trump has not stopped insulting James Comey, who at first thought it was crazy to dismiss him. "The Inspector General's Report is a total disaster for Comey, his henchmen and, sadly, for the FBI", Trump said. "Comey will now be officially known as the worst leader, by far, in the history of the FBI, I did a great service to people by firing him. Good instincts", he stated.

The Justice Department's internal report concluded that Comey acted as an "insubordinate" in handling the research on Hillary Clinton's email.

This 500-page file could be Trump's exit door to evade the accusations of collusion with Russia and avoid the check played by Mueller and the Justice Department. In the document it is revealed that FBI agents do not tolerate a bit the New York’s billionaire. Several text messages collected in the report reveal as well that the Bureau’s agents exchanged text messages against Trump during the 2016 campaign.

The White House’s tenant has used this fact to affirm that he acted vehemently with Comey. It is curious and intriguing that less than a month ago Rudy Giuliani and a group of lawyers commented that the president of the United States had not obstructed justice because he had the authority to dismiss any subordinate.

In the statements made, Trump proves that he actually fired Comey conscientiously. However, Trump's personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, has already had the president’s back commenting that it would be unfair to interrogate the president for a corrupt investigation.

This could be the trump card to which Giuliani and Donald appeal to demonstrate that everything is part of an FBI plot to topple the president of the United States.

However, and despite what the report said, evidently the president in a first attempt wanted to obstruct justice. Clearly, he did not know that James Comey had been shown the red light in reference to the investigation on Russian collusion. Trump was rather, at the time, stumbling and rambling on the matter. Even his team of lawyers was appealing to all kinds of arguments to try to get him out of the mess.

Several times Donald Trump has warned that it is a witch hunt and that there is partiality within the Bureau about the case. With the new revelations, it is obvious that the investigation is contaminated by the interests of Democrats and senior officials of the FBI who are searching, by all means, to remove Donald Trump from the presidential chair.

In fact, the president wrote several sarcastic tweets about the investigation one year after it began. "Congratulations United States, we are already in the second year of the largest witch hunt in US history ... and there is still no Collusion or Obstruction", he wrote on Twitter.

With this document, the chess game has changed. Supporters of the president have agreed with him to state that the investigation of the Russian collusion is contaminated.

However, political analysts and lawyers point out that the report, although it is detrimental to the FBI and to Comey, does not support Trump's thesis that political preferences influenced the direction of the investigation. The Justice Department itself has said that it does not conclude that the FBI has acted corruptly. "We found no evidence that prosecutors' conclusions were affected by prejudice or other undue considerations," the Inspector General added.

According to the Inspector General, the conclusions to continue with the investigation were based on the evaluation of the facts.

Another of Trump's declarations to evade the continuity of Mueller's investigation is that the wife of Andrew McCabe, Comey's assistant, has received contributions from the Democrats; therefore, he should have stepped aside.