Robert Mueller subpoenas Trump info at Deutsche Bank
The Sun again demonstrates its bias and willingness to spin political facts with “Mueller probe’s integrity backed” (Dec. 14) announced in 32-point type. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein’s testimony was, one might say, a little more considered and nuanced. Testifying that he saw no reason to fire Robert S. Mueller III at this time, denying the existence of a “witch hunt” and stating “we are going to take action when we have evidence of inappropriate conduct” hardly constitutes a ringing endorsement of the integrity of the Mueller investigation.
And is it really news that the attorney who appointed Mr. Mueller would refrain from attacking him? The American taxpayer has put out quite a bit of ching-ching and received what? The most salient aspect of the investigation has been the bias of the investigators hired by Mr. Mueller. Do we really need 18 lawyers?
Looking at the Donald’s 2007 real estate deals? How long should taxpayers meekly accept an investigation that is best described as a charade?