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Elizabeth Harrington
Whether he realizes it or not, Andrew Weissmann just admitted what we always knew: The purpose of the Mueller investigation was "trying to get rid of" President Trump and laying a perjury trap The President didn't fall for it, and the truth WON
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Moodle Soup Feb 6
Replying to @LizRNC
"Is he willing to try to prove his innocence?" That is not the way this works. He is not obligated to answer their questions UNLESS they get a subpoena, and they refused to go to the courts to try to secure one.
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Cheryl Feb 6
Replying to @MooChirp @LizRNC
Thank you
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James Cole Feb 6
Replying to @LizRNC
Duh, most people knew this already. Dems are not exactly subtle.
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Politics is mostly investigations Feb 6
Replying to @LizRNC
Pure Evil
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HammerDownHanna 🇺🇸 Feb 6
Replying to @LizRNC
Also continues in the line of Schiff saying if someone doesn’t agree to testify, they must be guilty. Not mentioned in this interview is that WITHOUT obliging the Dems fishing expedition, Trump was still acquitted
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Phil Cooke Feb 6
Replying to @LizRNC @newsbusters
Meanwhile, how many millions of taxpayer dollars were spent on that failed strategy? They should be accountable…
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Phyllis Rabin Feb 7
I agree about the waste of money and time!!
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Judi Elliott Feb 6
Replying to @LizRNC
NO REASON for Trump to testify.Weissmann's own 2+ year unlimited investigation found NOTHING. Had 0 interest in investigating collusion by ANYBODY but Trump. Sounding very naive re: Trump going under oath 4 "their" questions,yet we KNOW he's anything BUT naive.
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Bruce David Feb 6
Replying to @LizRNC @LindaSuhler
Weismann is the reason we have the expression "First we kill the lawyers."
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Erin Reilly Feb 7
I completely agree, and I am a lawyer.
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