Trump calls Democrats’ Congressional investigations a ‘disgrace’

President Donald Trump made it clear at a Florida rally he has no intention of cooperating with congressional investigators on the Mueller report, hours after asserting executive privilege

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38 thoughts on “Trump calls Democrats’ Congressional investigations a ‘disgrace’

  1. Barack Obama – EXPOSED – as The Biggest Funder of Terrorism the world has ever seen! Keep the Anti-USA and Anti-Semitic Democrats OUT of the White House! Re-Elect TRUMP in 2020 and Keep America Great!

  2. The Real TRAITORS to this Country are Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Robert Mueller, and all of the others in the Corrupt and DISGRACED Obama Administration who brokered the Corrupt Uranium One "Deal" that gave the Russians access to our Uranium – the material needed to make Nuclear Weapons!

  3. The REAL DISGRACE is Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Robert Mueller, and all of the others in the Corrupt and DISGRACED Obama Administration – giving the Russians access to our Uranium – the material needed to make Nuclear Weapons!

  4. The DemoCRAPS and the FAKE News Media all need to Face up to the FACTS: NO Collusion and No Obstruction! The whole thing was One Big Giant HOAX – and the Smart People in this Country know it – and they are totally fed up with the Game that the Democraps and the FAKE News Media are playing – which will only serve to bolster our Duly Elected President.
    – TRUMP in 2020!!! – Keep America Great!!!

  5. It's very telling that a sitting president feels the need to hold all of these rallies. People who feel confident in their leadership skills don't need to do this. He's an egomaniac who needs people to feed his "id" 24/7.

  6. Imagine if the Trump administration would have been cooperating with every detail in the Mueller investigation, this would have been over in 2017. The longer they keep resisting the more the citizens suffers.

  7. So, traitor tot wants to give his answers to Congress in writing, does he, just like his papa. Sorry, junior, but Congress isn't interested in getting answers from your lawyers. It's one thing for an American president to pull that ploy off but the only thing you are is the acting president of the Trump Crime Syndicate. Hey, you can always plead the 5th if you're afraid of incriminating yourself.

  8. The Republican investigation into the Clintons Administration took 8 YEARS of Independent probes costing nearly $80 million April 1, 1999

    Independent Counsel Ken Starr's office spent $6.2 million during the six months when wrapping up its case against President Bill Clinton in the Monica Lewinsky matter. With that additional spending, Starr's probe is about to become the most expensive independent counsel inquiry ever.

    According to figures released by the General Accounting Office (GAO) Wednesday, Starr's spending increased more than 50 percent over the critical period of April to September, during which Lewinsky was deposed multiple times and Starr was finishing his referral to Congress.

    The new expenditures push the cost of the independent counsel's 4 1/2-year inquiry of the president and first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton to $39.2 million. Starr was appointed to continue the investigation of the Clinton's Whitewater land deal. The probe was expanded in January 1998 to include the Lewinsky matter.

    With that total, Starr is closing in on the record for spending by an independent counsel: The $47.4 million spent by Lawrence Walsh on the eight-year investigation of Reagan Administration officials involved in the Iran-contra affair.

    Before Starr's appointment, a special counsel appointed by Attorney General Janet Reno had spent $6 million on a probe of Whitewater.

    Besides Starr, five other independent counsels were currently conducting investigations. Four of those focus on the Clinton Administration. The combined costs of those four inquiries and the Starr probe now comes to $79.3 million.

    The trial in the United States Senate began right after the seating of the 106th Congress, in which the Republican Party began with 55 senators. A two-thirds vote (67 senators) was required to remove Clinton from office. 50 senators voted to remove Clinton on the obstruction of justice charge and 45 voted to remove him on the perjury charge [lied about Lewinski smoking his cigar]; no member of his own Democratic Party voted guilty on either charge. Clinton, like Andrew Johnson a century earlier, was acquitted on all charges.

    Clinton (D) – 8 years in office. 2 criminal indictments. one conviction. one prison sentence. that's right nearly 8 years of investigations. tens of millions spent and 30 years of claiming them the most corrupt ever and there was exactly one person convicted of a crime.

    WILLIAM CLINTON 1993 Thru 2000 The Congressional Budget Office reported a budget surplus between the years 1998 and 2000,the last three years of Clinton's presidency.

    Richard Nixon — Republican. Ever heard of Watergate? The scandal that became so synonymous with scandal that “gate” is now affixed to anything remotely scandal like. Nixon had to resign and was only saved from prison by a pardon from his hand picked successor. 69 government officials were charged with crimes. This includes his Chief of Staff and multiple members of his cabinet — as high level as it gets. Of course, this was only after his original Vice President was convicted for an unrelated crime (tax evasion — but it was a settlement related to allegedly “accepting more than $100,000 in bribes”).

    Nixon (R) – 6 yrs in office. 76 criminal indictments. 55 convictions. 15 prison sentences.

    Ronald Reagan — Republican. Ever heard of Iran-Contra? Many high level indictments, including the Secretary of Defense, the Assistant Secretary of State, and two National Security Advisors. Presidents Reagan and Bush claimed they didn’t know anything, though people involved said they did. I only say indictments because Bush pardoned 6 of them before the trials were done. “The presidency of Ronald Reagan in the United States was marked by multiple scandals, resulting in the investigation, indictment, or conviction of over 138 administration officials, the largest number for any U.S. president.

    Reagan (R) – 8 yrs in office. 26 criminal indictments. 16 convictions. 8 prison sentences.

    George W. Bush — Republican. Too many scandals to name. More than a dozen members of the Bush administration pleaded guilty to federal crimes. Dozens more resigned under dishonorable circumstances, including his Attorney General, White House Counsel, and other senior members of the administration.

    Bush, George W. (R) – 8 yrs in office. 16 criminal indictments. 16 convictions. 9 prison sentences

    Then up steps Donald J. Trump the next challenger for the Job

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