Half Of Americans Believe Trump Is The Victim Of A ‘Witch Hunt’

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President Donald Trump on Wednesday said he supports the public seeing special counsel Robert Mueller's final report, which is believed to be close to completion and then submission to Attorney General William Barr.

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The Democrats are busy building new avenues for evidence to come out, opening a broad array of investigations of Trump's White House and businesses that go far beyond Mueller's focus on Russian interference to help Trump beat Democrat Hillary Clinton.

President Donald Trump talks to reporters as he departs on travel to OH from the White House, March 20, 2019.

It may be that what the public learns of special counsel Robert S. Mueller III's findings is not that damaging - at least initially.

According to their sources, Lemire and Jalonick report, "a full-throated attack on the investigation, portraying it as a failed coup, could also be the centerpiece of Trump campaign events, including rallies".

Asked if the public should be allowed to see the report, Trump said: "I don't mind". "We will soon find out?" tweeted Trump following the survey's release.

Whenever Mueller does submit his report, Barr will review it and is expected to create his own report to send to Republican and Democratic leaders of the Senate and House Judiciary Committees to explain the special counsel's findings.

"With the investigation in its third year, people want to know what the investigation uncovered and whether President Trump colluded with the Russians or directed others to collude with the Russians", he said in a statement.

"I had the greatest electoral victory in the history of our country, one of them", he said. And I don't get it. It's called the Mueller report.

In anticipation to the report release, Trump intensified his long-running campaign to question the legitimacy of Mueller, who is widely respected, and to undermine confidence in the report itself. "Let people see it, that's up to the attorney general". That's up to the attorney general.

But the new poll said support for releasing the report is very high: 62 percent consider its release "very important" while another 21 percent judge it "somewhat important". But I want to see the report. "We have the greatest economy we've ever had", which is also false.

Trump said he was personally looking forward to reading the findings, even as he scorned the fact that Mueller was empowered to write the report in the first place. "If you want to keep investigating me, it just shows that it is purely partisan". Lynch says that Mueller's report will "say no collusion, absolutely none".



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