Mueller Totally Embarrassed After Trying to Scare Trump Out of White House


He thought he had him.

Special counsel Robert Mueller was supposed to drop the hammer on President Trump on Friday.

He didn’t. Apparently, he was bluffing. He doesn’t have anything.

But Mueller seems to have thought he could spook Trump into saying something or making a mistake.

He doesn’t appear to know Donald Trump very well.

Via Breitbart:

According to various mainstream media figures this week, Special Counsel Robert Mueller was all but certain to drop a bombshell Friday that would shake Washington, D.C., to its core. It didn’t happen.

NBC’s Meet the Press host Chuck Todd on Thursday kicked off the Mueller “bombshell” frenzy, warning viewers that Friday could go down in history as a turning point in the Russia investigation. “Here’s what I’ve learned about Bob Mueller,” Todd began. “Not a single person that has known him, been with him, worked with him, wouldn’t say that he would have ended this investigation if there was no collusion. He would have already ended this investigation.”

“We can’t tell that, though, until he tells us,” GOP ad-maker Brad Todd replied.

Daniella Gibbs Léger, senior vice president for communications and strategy of the Center for American Progress, surmised Mueller was unlikely to drop a bombshell until after the midterm elections. A major announcement prior to November would spark accusations of political interference for the special counsel, Léger predicted.

“I think he knows, more than anything, he keeps quiet between Labor Day and Election Day,” the NBC host hinted.

“I’m not missing work tomorrow,” added Todd. “I wouldn’t miss work tomorrow. Tomorrow is the last business day of the pre-Labor Day to Election Day window.”

Todd, seemingly unable to help himself from further hyping the bombshell, concluded the panel discussion, asking, “Not to be totally cliché, but 5 o’clock tomorrow is a big deadline, isn’t it?”

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