Trump's Latest Typo Filled Twitter Attack on Mueller Crosses a New Line.
President Donald Trump called out special counsel Robert Mueller in a series of typo-ridden tweets Wednesday morning, continuing his recent aggressive attacks on the Russia probe.
"'Special Council is told to find crimes, wether crimes exist or not. I was opposed the the selection of Mueller to be Special Council, I still am opposed to it. I think President Trump was right when he said there never should have been a Special Council appointed because (...) there was no probable cause for believing that there was any crime, collusion or otherwise, or obstruction of justice!' So stated by Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz," Trump said in a series of tweets.
The reason this latest attack crosses a new line is due to Trump's insistence that Mueller should never have been appointed. Despite a thinly veiled threat that firing Mueller "would be the beginning of the end of the Trump Presidency" by Lindsey Graham Trump seems content to insist Mueller should never have been appointed. Something that could very likely switch from words into a firing in the near future despite threats from lawmakers on both sides.