President Donald Trump tweeted about the “guilt” of Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Party.
Its outburst on Twitter on October 29th came amid reports that the first arrest in the investigation into the Russian secret agreement would take place this week, probably on October 30th.
The president insisted that allegations of a secret agreement between his campaign and Russia were “false” and “witch-hunts.”
He said Republicans were united behind him before insisting: “DO SOMETHING!”
According to media reports, the first accusations were made in the investigation led by special lawyer Robert Mueller for alleged Russian interference in the 2016 elections to support Donald Trump.
It is unclear what the allegations are and who they are targeting, CNN and reported, citing unnamed sources.
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On October 29, the president posted four tweets on the subject.
The first tweet said: “I have never seen such republican ANGER AND UNITY as I have regarding the lack of an investigation into Clinton, a False Dossier (now $ 12,000,000?), …
Then add: “… a uranium deal for Russia, 33,000 deleted emails, a Komi amendment and much more. Instead, they are looking at the fake Trump / Russia, … “
Ends with: “… a ‘secret agreement’ which does not exist. The Democrats are using this horrible (and bad for our country) Witch Hunt for evil politics, but R’s … ”
“… now we are fighting like never before. There is so much WINE from Democrats / Clinton and now the facts are pouring out. DO SOMETHING!”
About an hour later, President Trump wrote on Twitter: “All of this is exactly what Russia is saying when Republicans are putting a lot of pressure on historic tax breaks and reforms. Is this a coincidence? NO!”
Critics of the president on Twitter quickly accused him of trying to divert attention from the Russian investigation, complaining about the lack of focus on an opponent who won the presidential election nearly a year ago.
US intelligence agencies have already concluded that the Russian government has tried to help Donald Trump win the election.
Robert Mueller’s investigation looks at any links between Russia and the Trump campaign. They both deny that there was a secret agreement.
His team is known to have conducted extensive interviews with several current and former White House staffers.
Former FBI Director Robert Mueller was appointed special adviser by the Justice Department in May shortly after President Trump fired FBI Director James Comey.