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Trump's legal plan quite simple so far: Fight, fight, fight

20 June 2017, 11:17 | Todd Saunders

Trump's legal plan quite simple so far: Fight, fight, fight

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Firm exposes almost 200M voters' data MORE, the answer is yes. It isn't something you demand or even ask for.

Sekulow, who set out Sunday to deny the president is under investigation, said Trump fired FBI Director James Comey last month "based on numerous events, including recommendations from his attorney general and the deputy attorney general's office".

The Trump White House responded in a predictable pattern: official denial by Trump's communication team, followed by official confirmation from Trump himself.

Except ... Trump has now deleted that tweet. "I think the important thing is to get started".

"Fox & Friends" co-host Brian Kilmeade seemed to brake from the ranks on Monday over the controversial anti-Trump version of the play Julius Caesar. I didn't say investigation, YOU said investigation...the Washington Post said investigation...

In his prepared testimony, Comey said that he had written memos immediately after meetings with the President out of concern that Trump might later lie about the nature of their interactions. "Every client should get legal advice when so much is on the line".

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To defend their precarious legal perch, Sekulow and crew have been reduced to slipping into their argument a statement that Trump hasn't been informed of any formal investigation. Then he bounced up on "Fox News Sunday", informing Chris Wallace that Trump, in fact, "is being investigated for taking the action that the attorney general and deputy attorney general recommended him to take".

Sekulow tried again to say that the president is not under investigation, but Wallace interrupted.

Recently, even before joining Trump's legal team, Sekulow has defended numerous president's actions, including his leak of classified material to Russian officials.

As acting attorney general in matters related to the presidential election - due to Attorney General Jeff Sessions' recusal - Rosenstein has oversight over Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who The Washington Post reported has expanded the Russian Federation inquiry to include a probe of whether Trump obstructed justice.

The difference is that Watergate was about a second-rate burglary; Kremlingate's about a foreign adversary trying to steal a presidential election.

Press is host of "The Bill Press Show" on Free Speech TV and author of "Buyer's Remorse: How Obama Let Progressives Down". The views expressed in this article are those of just the author.



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