Trump Hints Mueller Investigators Have 'Unrevealed Conflicts Of Interest'

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President Donald Trump suggested Monday that "angry Democrats" on special counsel Robert Mueller's team could face legal action over alleged "conflicts of interest".

"So now the Probe says OK, what else is there?"

"The 13 Angry Democrats in charge of the Russian Witch Hunt are starting to find out that there is a Court System in place that actually protects people from injustice", Trump added.

Mueller, a former Federal Bureau of Investigation director appointed by a Republican president, is a Republican himself. Mueller is a Republican who was appointed by President George W. Bush, and the man who appointed him as special counsel, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, was appointed by Trump. "Republicans better get tough and smart before it is too late!"

The report also said Department of Justice guidelines dictate that Mueller would have to go dark so it doesn't appear the investigation is influencing voters.

Trump has no public events scheduled for Monday.

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Although the House committee's GOP members found "no evidence" of Russian collusion, the committee's Democratic members vowed to continue the investigation.

"I think it is the obligation of every reasonable prosecutor to minimize the duration of that cloud or cause lightning to strike as quickly as possible", former federal prosecutor out of New York Preet Bharara, who was sacked by President Donald Trump for refusing to resign, told the Journal.

Mueller and his team are in a precarious position now, and a tenuous time.

"We are at risk of a coup d'état in this country if we allow an unaccountable person with no oversight to undermine the duly elected president of the United States - and I would offer that is precisely what is happening right now", he said. Giuliani asked, referring to the lifestyle maven convicted in 2004 of lying to investigators and obstruction in an insider trading case. He said on Sunday that given the way that Mueller's office has "undermined" itself, he had to hold open the option for Trump not to cooperate. We don't want federal judges with unfettered power. He has indicted four former Trump aides, three of whom have reached plea deals involving cooperation with investigating authorities. President Bill Clinton sat voluntarily with independent prosecutor Ken Starr after being issued a subpoena to discuss his relationship with former White House intern Monica Lewinsky, avoiding the constitutional question.

"That's what you're really interested in".