BREAKING: Trump Officially Calls For Sessions To END The Mueller Investigation

President Trump took to social media on Wednesday morning and called for Attorney General Jeff Sessions to end the special counsel investigation led by Robert Mueller “right now.”

In a tweet, Trump said the investigation is a “terrible situation” and that bias within the FBI and Mueller’s team could lead to a compromised investigation.

The call came amid a series of tweets which concerned FBI Agent Peter Strzok, who infamously texted anti-Trump messages to another FBI official with whom he was having an affair. In the texts, Strzok essentially said he would do whatever it took to stop Trump from winning the presidency.

Here’s Trump:

“FBI Agent Peter Strzok (on the Mueller team) should have recused himself on day one. He was out to STOP THE ELECTION OF DONALD TRUMP. He needed an insurance policy. Those are illegal, improper goals, trying to influence the Election. He should never, ever been allowed to remain in the FBI while he himself was being investigated. This is a real issue. It won’t go into a Mueller Report because Mueller is going to protect these guys. Mueller has an interest in creating the illusion of objectivity around his investigation.” ALAN DERSHOWITZ

This is a terrible situation and Attorney General Jeff Sessions should stop this Rigged Witch Hunt right now, before it continues to stain our country any further. Bob Mueller is totally conflicted, and his 17 Angry Democrats that are doing his dirty work are a disgrace to USA!

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As Fox News reports, this is the first time Trump has specifically called to end the investigation he has repeatedly called a “witch hunt”:

The tweet is sure to renew Democratic complaints that Trump is wrongly challenging the independence of the special counsel. Trump has repeatedly blasted the probe as a “witch hunt” but the call for Sessions to intervene represents another escalation.

Sessions, however, already recused himself last year – handing off oversight to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. So he is unlikely to act.

Trump followed up his tweets with a tweet concerning former campaign adviser Paul Manafort, who is on trial in Virginia.

“Paul Manafort worked for Ronald Reagan, Bob Dole and many other highly prominent and respected political leaders. He worked for me for a very short time. Why didn’t government tell me that he was under investigation. These old charges have nothing to do with Collusion – a Hoax!” Trump tweeted.

In a final tweet, Trump complimented his presidential campaign as “one of the most successful in history” and said the Russian collusion narrative is a “total hoax.”

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