Even As More Lies Spew Out The Doubt Keeps Rushing Back In

A beneficial doubt embedded in the power granted to a president and nothing good is yet to come of it

“Why don’t I just fire Mueller?” Trump responded Monday night to a question from a reporter. “Well, I think it’s a disgrace what’s going on. We’ll see what happens. Many people have said you should fire him. Again, they found nothing. And in finding nothing, that’s a big statement.”

Mr. President, the discovery of facts in the investigation should be welcomed if it diminishes any suspicion of improprieties and exonerates any lapse or lack thereof of judgement on your part. Trying to stop it suggests otherwise.

Attempts to stop an investigation represent a common form of obstruction. Demanding the loyalty of an individual involved in an investigation, requesting that individual’s help to end the investigation, and then ultimately firing that person to accomplish that goal are the type of acts that have frequently resulted in obstruction convictions, as we detail. In addition, to the extent conduct could be characterized as threatening, intimidating, or corruptly persuading witnesses, that too may provide additional grounds for obstruction charges.¹(pg iii)

Seeking rewards or a greater good for Trump’s Lies

How could conservatives not be worried about the impact of legislated tax cuts when at the same time there is an impending trade war happening with China. This is beyond rationale and diplomatic reasoning, however an inconvenient truth prevents them from taking appropriate measure.

It appears the more that I write the better I perceive.

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