Trump Cites Fitton, Dobbs in New Attacks on Mueller Probe

Trump Cites Fitton, Dobbs in New Attacks on Mueller Probe

President Donald Trump cited conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch and Fox Business Network personality Tuesday morning in a series of tweets aimed at special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe.

It his first tweets, Trump citd remarks he attributed to its president, Tom Fitton, blaming anti-Trump FBI Agent Peter Strzok as the root of special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe.

“The Strzok firing is as much about the Mueller operation as anything else,” Trump wrote on Twitter, attributing the remarks to Fitton. “There would be no Mueller Special Councel [cq], to investigate so called collusion but for the machinations of Strzok & his colleagues at the top levels of the FBI.”

Trump continued in a second tweet, quoting Fitton saying Mueller “used Strzok.”

“The fundamental underpinnings of the investigation were corrupt,” Fitton’s quote continued in a third Trump tweet, which ended with the president praising Fitton’s organization:

“Thank you Judicial Watch, I couldn’t have said it better myself!”

Trump continued his attack on the Mueller probe a few minutes later, citing Dobbs:

“‘This cannot go forward…this Special Councel [cq] with all of his conflicts, with his 17 Angry Democrats, without any evidence of collusion by the Trump Campaign and Russia. The Dems are the ones who should be investigated,'” Trump wrote, crediting Dobbs.

Trump concluded, “Thank you Lou, so true!”

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