Former US Attorney Joe diGenova says that Mueller does not have the right to issue a subpoena to force President Trump to answer questions to be used in impeachment proceedings. diGenova went on to taunt Mueller and told him to issue the subpoena that he knows is illegal and unconstitutional.
diGenova told Tucker Carlson that Mueller’s investigation has nothing to do with Russian collusion and everything to do with making President Trump a one-term president. The 44 questions Mueller wants to ask Trump have nothing to do with Russian collusion. It appears that the ambiguous questions are meant to be a perjury trap if Trump overlooks a small minor detail.
Mueller is known as a prosecutor that has cost the US taxpayers at least 108 million dollars in compensation for unethical and illegal behavior. He convicted four men that he knew to be innocent by withholding evidence that proved they were innocent. Two men served over 2 decades in prison and the other two died in prison. That resulted in a judgment of 101 million dollars paid for with your tax dollars.
In the notorious anthrax case, Mueller was convinced he had the right man, even though he had no experience with anthrax. Mueller was so certain of his guilt, he refused to follow up a tip against the real perpetrator. He got the suspect fired and ostracized. That cost the taxpayers between 7 and 9 million dollars.
If there is any justice in the world, Robert Mueller will get a close up look at the inside of a jail cell. He’s already ruined too many lives.
The Washington Post reported Tuesday Mueller raised the prospect of a presidential subpoena in a recent meeting with Trump’s legal team.
In a tense meeting in early March with the special counsel, President Trump’s lawyers insisted he had no obligation to talk with federal investigators probing Russia’s interference in the 2016 presidential campaign.
But special counsel Robert S. Mueller III responded that he had another option if Trump declined: He could issue a subpoena for the president to appear before a grand jury, according to four people familiar with the encounter.
Mueller’s warning — the first time he is known to have mentioned a possible subpoena to Trump’s legal team — spurred a sharp retort from John Dowd, then the president’s lead lawyer.