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Trump says it 'seems unlikely' he'll give Mueller interview

There are 47 comments on the Stars and Stripes story from Wednesday Jan 10, titled Trump says it 'seems unlikely' he'll give Mueller interview. In it, Stars and Stripes reports that:

President Donald Trump said Wednesday that it "seems unlikely" that he'd give an interview in special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into potential coordination between Russia and the Trump campaign. "When they have no collusion and nobody's found any collusion at any level, it seems unlikely that you'd even have an interview," Trump said during a joint news conference with the prime minister of Norway.

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Since: Jan 18

Aurora, CO

#1 Wednesday Jan 10
Good, Mueller can go pound sand.
Used to be a democrat

Salem, MA

#2 Wednesday Jan 10
That's not what he said at all. I saw what he said, in his own words when asked by a reporter.
He said he thought it would be unlikely that he would be asked for an interview.

Twist a word or two, and the story becomes fake news. This is a perfect example of this.
No wonder idiots hate him. They are fed BS, and they run with it as fact, poor idiot democrat voters.
Real Simple

Beverly, MA

#3 Wednesday Jan 10
Oh, he’ll give the interview. And when the questions annoy him, he will blame Clinton or Obama.

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

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#4 Wednesday Jan 10
rckytop1735 wrote:
Good, Mueller can go pound sand.
Trump can be forced to answer Mueller's questions. I wonder what the schmuck-in-chief is afraid of.

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#5 Wednesday Jan 10
The president is accountable to the people. If he refuses to be interviewed by Mueller, I'll settle for impeachment or resignation.
DR X

Wyoming, MI

#6 Wednesday Jan 10
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
The president is accountable to the people. If he refuses to be interviewed by Mueller, I'll settle for impeachment or resignation.
I'll settle for a few individuals responsible for this BS to be assassinated.

As a matter of fact, a little birdie told me..........
DR X

Greenfield, IN

#7 Wednesday Jan 10
DR X wrote:
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I'll settle for a few individuals responsible for this BS to be assassinated.

As a matter of fact, a little birdie told me..........
A birdie told you? Are you off your meds again, hearing them voices? As Trump would say, SAD!

I'll settle for Mueller to issue a subpeona, after all, that was all it took for Ken Starr and Bill Clinton, and everybody liked Bill Clinton, unlike this orange mess.

But to give credit where credit is due, I did think it was big of Trump to agree to a clean DACA bill on live TV yesterday, that took some stones considering the heat he knew he was going to get from the frothy mouth crew.
Phyllis Schlafly s Son

Philadelphia, PA

#9 Wednesday Jan 10
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
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The president is accountable to the people. If he refuses to be interviewed by Mueller, I'll settle for impeachment or resignation.
You don't know how the sequence of events would go.

In fact, contrary to your M. Malkin-quality schtick, Mueller is unlikely to discuss "collusion" with Russia, instead focusing on Flynn's and maybe Kushner's financial lives, and on obstruction of justice related to Comey's firing.

Ill Duce Trump's incentive to answer Mueller's questions in some fashion is to avoid a Mueller subpoena of Ill Duce Trump to testify before a grand jury. In that setting Ill Duce Trump's lawyers could not be present to coach him. I haven't read about this bit, but I presume an Ill Duce refusal to recognize such a subpoena would amount to a Constitutional crisis. Probably nothing short of Ill Duce Trump shooting his (current) wife right on Fifth Avenue would lead to impeachment with a conviction, however.
Phyllis Schlafly s Son

Philadelphia, PA

#10 Wednesday Jan 10
Used to be a democrat wrote:
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That's not what he said at all. I saw what he said, in his own words when asked by a reporter.
He said he thought it would be unlikely that he would be asked for an interview.
That's not the essence of what Ill Duce Trump said. You simply don't speak English well enough.

Ill Duce Trump said he sees no need for an interview, in so many words. That is different from saying he thinks he won't be asked for an interview. There is slightly more than a semantic difference between these two statements.

And Ill Duce Trump, true to form, has said different things. Back in June he said he'd "100 percent" be willing to sit down with Mueller to be questioned about the firing of Comey.
Cordwainer Trout

Hodgenville, KY

#11 Wednesday Jan 10
Phyllis Schlafly s Son wrote:
You don't know how the sequence of events would go.
In fact, contrary to your M. Malkin-quality schtick, Mueller is unlikely to discuss "collusion" with Russia, instead focusing on Flynn's and maybe Kushner's financial lives, and on obstruction of justice related to Comey's firing.
Ill Duce Trump's incentive to answer Mueller's questions in some fashion is to avoid a Mueller subpoena of Ill Duce Trump to testify before a grand jury. In that setting Ill Duce Trump's lawyers could not be present to coach him. I haven't read about this bit, but I presume an Ill Duce refusal to recognize such a subpoena would amount to a Constitutional crisis. Probably nothing short of Ill Duce Trump shooting his (current) wife right on Fifth Avenue would lead to impeachment with a conviction, however.
More fantasy game playing from lunatics. The President could fire Comey because he didn't like his hair cut and be within his authority and right. Even Democrat leadership agreed Comey was incompetent.

Mueller's whole investigation was based on a flawed search warrant gained from a bogus "dossier" paid by Mueller's fellow Democrat conspirators. Any and all indictments, or convictions are reversible because of that basic flaw. Aside from that, the whole charade is a politically motivated witch hunt using absurd flights of fancy to validate itself.
Phyllis Schlafly s Son

Philadelphia, PA

#12 Thursday Jan 11
Cordwainer Trout wrote:
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More fantasy game playing from lunatics. The President could fire Comey because he didn't like his hair cut and be within his authority
You lack a basic understanding, as usual, white supremacist [sic]. Ill Duce Trump could fire Comey on the basis of Comey's appearance. Ill Duce Trump could not fire Comey intentionally to shut down Comey's investigation of Ill Duce Trump or his Cabinet or his family. You don't ever understand the first things.

You have forgotten, due to your several brain diseases, that I am not on board with the "collusion" or the "Russian hacking" narratives, which seem like sketchy warmongering to me, this time aimed at Putin rather than at Saddam Hussein.
Used to be a democrat

Salem, MA

#13 Thursday Jan 11
Phyllis Schlafly s Son wrote:
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That's not the essence of what Ill Duce Trump said. You simply don't speak English well enough.

Ill Duce Trump said he sees no need for an interview, in so many words. That is different from saying he thinks he won't be asked for an interview. There is slightly more than a semantic difference between these two statements.

And Ill Duce Trump, true to form, has said different things. Back in June he said he'd "100 percent" be willing to sit down with Mueller to be questioned about the firing of Comey.
So when you say the essence of what he said, and in so many words what he said, don't you mean twist to what suits you???

You can hate all you want, just be truthful.
Doe

Saint Paul, MN

#14 Thursday Jan 11
Cordwainer Trout wrote:
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More fantasy game playing from lunatics. The President could fire Comey because he didn't like his hair cut and be within his authority and right. Even Democrat leadership agreed Comey was incompetent.

Mueller's whole investigation was based on a flawed search warrant gained from a bogus "dossier" paid by Mueller's fellow Democrat conspirators. Any and all indictments, or convictions are reversible because of that basic flaw. Aside from that, the whole charade is a politically motivated witch hunt using absurd flights of fancy to validate itself.
This fake Russian collusion investigation was nothing but a diversion from Hillary, Heir Mueller and Comey just might see themselves indicted along with Hillary.

I see so reason for Heir Mueller to interview Trump, by now Heir Mueller knows Trump had no Russian connections, if he wants to investigate Russian collusion all he has to do is follow the rubles to the Clinton family criminal foundation.
Ted Haggard s Gospel Rub

Philadelphia, PA

#15 Thursday Jan 11
Used to be a democrat wrote:
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So when you say the essence of what he said, and in so many words what he said, don't you mean twist to what suits you???

You can hate all you want, just be truthful.
I posted what you claimed Ill Duce Trump said versus what Ill Duce Trump did say and I acknowledged you would be too stupid to follow the distinction.

I also mentioned that back in June Ill Duce Trump said something entirely different - because he doesn't know what words mean and is unbound the any notion of facts, imo - and you conveniently forgot about that.

Back in June Ill Duce Trump said he would "100 percent" sit down with Mueller to discuss the firing of Comey.

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#16 Thursday Jan 11
DR X wrote:
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I'll settle for a few individuals responsible for this BS to be assassinated.

As a matter of fact, a little birdie told me..........
I think that little birdy is inside your fat head.

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#17 Thursday Jan 11
Phyllis Schlafly s Son wrote:
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That's not the essence of what Ill Duce Trump said. You simply don't speak English well enough.

Ill Duce Trump said he sees no need for an interview, in so many words. That is different from saying he thinks he won't be asked for an interview. There is slightly more than a semantic difference between these two statements.

And Ill Duce Trump, true to form, has said different things. Back in June he said he'd "100 percent" be willing to sit down with Mueller to be questioned about the firing of Comey.
I notice that you begin many of your posts with personal insults. Are you that insecure?
Ted Haggard s Gospel Rub

Philadelphia, PA

#18 Thursday Jan 11
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
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I notice that you begin many of your posts with personal insults. Are you that insecure?
You noticed? I thought it would be too subtle for you to pick up on.

Whether all these monikers are the same person at every hour of every day or not - they aren't - I keep track roughly of who says what. The right wingers are idiotic, racist, lying, ignorant gasbags. And they and their champions in the media use the same namecalling. The difference is that my namecalling is more reality based than is theirs. I have pure contempt for them and their fictions.

And you are only slightly better than the Birther-Benghazi-tikki khaki types in terms of insight yourself.

Hope that helps.

By the way, why are inquiring about insults when your posts usually contain no content at all, but consist of moldy one line insults? Are you deeply brain damaged in some way?

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#19 Thursday Jan 11
Ted Haggard s Gospel Rub wrote:
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You noticed? I thought it would be too subtle for you to pick up on.

Whether all these monikers are the same person at every hour of every day or not - they aren't - I keep track roughly of who says what. The right wingers are idiotic, racist, lying, ignorant gasbags. And they and their champions in the media use the same namecalling. The difference is that my namecalling is more reality based than is theirs. I have pure contempt for them and their fictions.

And you are only slightly better than the Birther-Benghazi-tikki khaki types in terms of insight yourself.

Hope that helps.

By the way, why are inquiring about insults when your posts usually contain no content at all, but consist of moldy one line insults? Are you deeply brain damaged in some way?
Thanks, Ted. And don't forget massage that ego.
ITS MULLER TIME

New York, NY

#20 Thursday Jan 11
This is for all you PROUD -Meantally ill following Team BASE Fraud, Con-man supporters....

Look'S like, your -> Jig is UP!...The News is out..

http://bipartisanreport.com/2018/01/10/robert...

WELL, LET'S SEE NOW HOW THIS SMART ALECK CON-MAN GET'S OUT OF THIS ONE ....LOL!- BOO YA!!!...YES!..& Not the 70's left over rock act but- STYX instead..

BUT YOU CAN STILL SING ALONG THE IS SONG TO THE CON -MAN WHEN MULLER Questions HIM... Starting with- OH" MA-MA....

IT'S MULLER TIME!.........LOL!



NEXT ---> Now carry on now wayward sun...
DR X

Greenfield, IN

#21 Thursday Jan 11
Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon has retained a top Washington lawyer to represent him in his closed-door interview with the House Intelligence Committee expected next week, a source confirmed to Fox News.

William Burck, a former White House special counsel during the George W. Bush administration and a former federal prosecutor, is helping Bannon prepare for questions from the House panel about the presidential campaign, sources say.

Bannon has been on the committee's witness list, but the committee's Democrats are particularly interested in speaking to the President's former chief strategist about alleged money laundering and calling the 2016 Trump Tower meeting with Russian representatives "treasonous."

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