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Or if you've read everything you can get your hands on regarding the Miller report you're exhausted. The president. He must be exhausted B's been tweeting up a storm and responding to the report's release yesterday. Including one in which he says the could have fired the special counsel. And he could have he said, you know, anything Russians did concerning the twenty sixteen election was done while Obama was president. He was told about it and did nothing and then later yesterday, he quoted remarks from Tucker Carlson over at FOX and some other FOX hosts, and he said, the Mueller report is perhaps the single most humiliating thing that has ever happened to the White House press in the history of this country. They no they lied. And then he got in trouble with game of thrones. Used a game of thrones mean to. And got a wild rebuke from from HBO. But. He said though, we can understand the enthusiasm for game of thrones. Now that the final season is arrived. We still prefer our intellectual property that'd be used for political purposes. So that was the president of the United States down for using your. Your product. And then today, the president alas doubt at Mike Doyle talking about. This certain associates who actually spoke with the special counsel Robert Mueller as part of the Russia investigation. And he called some of the claims made about him meeting about him, Donald Trump total Bs. Quotes statements are made about me by certain people than the crazy Mueller report in itself written by eighteen angry democratic trumpeters, which are fabricated and totally untrue. Watch out for people that take so called notes when the notes never existed until needed, and he was probably pointing out at his own counsel on that, Don Mcgann. He. The Miller report dropped and found no evidence of collusion. But there was a report that outlines how Trump told then White House counsel, Don Mcgann to inform. The acting attorney general that Mueller should be removed in two thousand seventeen June of two thousand seventeen and megani ignored that. And by the way. Magan was with the president just about six months ago. So Trump also allegedly question Magons habit for taking notes and making memos for the record assigned that his tweets were likely aimed at in part is former counsel. Why do you take notes lawyers? Don't take notes I've never had a lawyer who took notes. But actually, he must have because. Gone was his Gasol and he took notes. So the notes appear to have angered Trump, but also allowed Mueller to conclude that Magan was a credible witness with no motive to lie or exaggerate given the position that he held in the White House. So Wall Street Journal today says by the fall of twenty seventeen it was clear that special counsel's opinion piece by Kimberly throttle. It was appear that the it was a clear that the special counsel Robert Mueller as a former director of the federal re Federal Bureau of investigation was too conflicted to take detached look at the Russia collusion story that had become more about F B I malfeasance than about Donald Trump and the evidence of that has now been staring us down through four hundred forty eight pages of his report, and she goes on to say that the attorney general Bill bar noted Thursday that the that he disagreed with some of the special counsels legal theories, and she says, maybe he had in mind, Mr. Mueller's proposition that he was entitled to pursue obstruction questions. Even though that was not part of his initial mandate from rob Rosenstein, the deputy. Attorney general said the report instead mostly reads as a lengthy defense of the FBI of its shaky claims about how the investigation began of it's far fetched theories of its procedures even of its leadership. One of the more telling sections concerns comas firing Mueller's team finds it generally beyond the realm of possibility that the FBI director was canned for incompetence or insubordination it treats everything that the F B I or Komi did is legitimate, even as it threatened, even as the treats everything the president did as suspect Mueller is an 'institutionalised and many of us and many on his team were the same Justice department attorneys who I fanned the partisan collusion claims. He was the wrong man to provide an honest assessment of the twenty sixteen collusion's dirty trick. And we've got a report approve. Of it. So. Wall Street Journal always comes up for the niche angle a different way to look at things. And in some cases, solidifies your side of the equation. If you need. To be so reinforced. Sure if you haven't had enough of the Mueller report in the last seven or eight days, you'll have an entire Easter weekend. Because the news networks not gonna have a lot to do between now and Monday except talk about this