And Mueller gets fired in 3...2...1...

@NJChicaa (47361)
United States
April 10, 2018 7:01am CST
I’m expecting the Head Crybaby of the country to fire Sessions, Rosenstein, and therefore Mueller in the coming days. Maybe even today. He is enraged that the FBI raided his personal attorney Michael Cohen’s office and hotel room and took all sorts of evidence. The interesting thing is that a federal judge signed off on the search warrant. They usually are very reluctant to do so when lawyers are involved due to attorney-client privilege. This means that the judge saw convincing evidence that a crime had been committed and that evidence might be withheld or destroyed if it was subpoenaed as is typically done with lawyers. Of course attorney-client privilege doesn’t exist when a crime has been committed. Trump is ranting on Twitter this morning saying that attorney-client privilege is dead, but smart people know better than that. When do you think the mass firings will happen?
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@wolfgirl569 (11714)
• Marion, Ohio
10 Apr
It does seem like they are closing in on something. I do not watch twitter and would not follow him anyways if I did. But yes he needs all social media taken away. I am surprised he has not given any classified material out in his tweets.
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@NJChicaa (47361)
• United States
10 Apr
Covfefe was supposedly a code word for something.
@wolfgirl569 (11714)
• Marion, Ohio
11 Apr
@NJChicaa Yes but so far no one knows what. So that helps
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21 Apr
No, that would be "lying, leaking" James Comey, Andrew McCabe giving out classified materials.
@crossbones27 (21985)
• Redlands, California
10 Apr
He may try but something is going on here. There is a coalition against him and think Mueller outplayed him but we will see.
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@NJChicaa (47361)
• United States
10 Apr
I don’t think people are “against” him. I just think he and his crew broke a ton of laws.
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• Redlands, California
10 Apr
@NJChicaa We did not want to be against him but he chose Putin is better.
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@JolietJake (51104)
• United States
10 Apr
"attorney-client privilege doesn’t exist when a crime has been committed" When the attorney was actively involved in the crime, no, it doesn't. But you surely couldn't expect Trump to understand the distinction.
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@NJChicaa (47361)
• United States
10 Apr
No he is too obtuse to get that
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@corvinus (162)
• Philippines
11 Apr
Did they find evidence after the raid???
@NJChicaa (47361)
• United States
11 Apr
I don't know. I don't work for the FBI or SDNY. Do you really think they would announce it on TV if they had?
@corvinus (162)
• Philippines
11 Apr
@NJChicaa They should present it to the public so the people will know it Trump is really impeachable...just like they what they did to Bill Clinton...Bill Clinton and Lewinsky relationship is a big lie, do you know that.???
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@NJChicaa (47361)
• United States
11 Apr
@corvinus Monica Lewinsky certainly doesn’t seem to think it was a lie even all of these years later. Maybe you should stop watching InfoWars. Why would they announce what they have found while they are in the middle of a sensitive and complex investigation? I’m no criminal justice expert but even I know that would be terrible practice. You are making no sense.
@corvinus (162)
• Philippines
10 Apr
If the FBI raid Obama or Clinton's attorney, they would surely give them so much time to remove or destroy anything that will be used against them before their visit :)
@JolietJake (51104)
• United States
10 Apr
What is your point? You (or Trump) shouldn't be bothered by it if there is no crime involved...
@corvinus (162)
• Philippines
10 Apr
@JolietJake 18 months still no crime found against Trump :) this investigation is only preventing Trump from doing his job...what the heck does Stormy Daniels have to do with Russian meddling the election??? This investigation is really getting out of control...
@NJChicaa (47361)
• United States
10 Apr
@corvinus you don’t know that “nothing was found”. Mueller hasn’t released his reports yet. But 4 people have already plead guilty to things and now a federal judge approved the Cohen search warrant. . . Seems like there’s *something* there. Trump can whine and complain and say “witch hunt” and “there’s nothing there” as many times as he wants. That doesn’t make it TRUE. only a fool would believe his alternate version of reality.
@vandana7 (68436)
• India
12 Apr
While it is internal matter of your country, law across the world should be alike. And personally, I think a wrong is a wrong. Lawyer's duty is not to defend his client. Lawyer's duty is to ensure that wrong committed against his client is highlighted, and circumstances that eventually led to the crime because of that wrong presented in a manner that judges and jury view it as ..would I have done this had I been in that person's shoes? If it is likely then punishment can be lower, if not, the punishment can be higher. But a wrong always needs to be punished so that the right message goes down in the society and no more crimes of similar nature ever come about.
@NJChicaa (47361)
• United States
12 Apr
Then no one would ever hire a lawyer to represent them in your world.
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@vandana7 (68436)
• India
12 Apr
@NJChicaa No...:) That is not how it is here. :) But that is how it should be, I felt. Getting a wrong condoned is not good for society as a whole. The punishment can be mitigated by explaining circumstances.
@NJChicaa (47361)
• United States
12 Apr
@vandana7 oh no I know. I meant in your ideal world
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