Special Counsel Robert Mueller went before the cameras on Wednesday in his first public statement since he began his investigation into whether President Trump colluded with the Russians and whether the president obstructed justice. Today’s segment begins with a portion of a report by Evan McMorris-Santoro of the Vice News Network. Santoro claims that the Democrats, who’ve been anxious to impeach Trump, did themselves a disservice by issuing statements and introducing legislation to prevent Trump from firing Mueller. But On-Target’s Larry Sparano says that Trump never would have taken the bait. Here’s Larry’s analysis in an exchange with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:
The din of screaming Democrats and partisan analysts is intensifying, now that the Mueller Report has been released to the public. But whether some of its conclusions are true or untrue, their hidden goal of removing Trump from office may very well backfire, and actually increase Trump’s chances of being re-elected. On-Target’s Larry Sparano explains why, in his latest exchange with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:
The Mueller report apparently concludes that there was no conclusive evidence showing that Trump colluded with Putin or other Russian officials in an attempt to influence the 2016 presidential election. So, does that mean that the torrent of attacks depicting Trump as a Russian pawn will cease? Famed political observer Paul Craig Roberts lays out the picture as he sees it, with On-target’s Larry Sparano.
The President is declaring victory over his critics following the non-conclusions of the Mueller Report regarding Obstruction of Justice, and the affirmative conclusion that there was no “Russian Collusion” on Trump’s part. But Democrats are making it plain that they will pursue all such matters further –much further.
How much traction will they get, heading into the 2020 elections? Here’s On-Target’s Larry Sparano, talking about that with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:
Although President Trump says it spells the end of all those “phony” accusations against him regarding Russian collusion, Democrats say it is far from over. They are instantly calling into question Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s conclusions that Trump did not work with the Russians to influence the outcome of the 2016 presidential election. If what Trump calls the “witch hunt” continues, does it work for or against the President as he seeks a second term? Here’s an exchange between On-Target’s Larry Sparano and Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:
Trump critics and Trump supporters anxiously await the release of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s two year long investigation into Trump’s alleged “collusion” with Russia to fix the presidential election that put him in office. But current and former officials who should know better, have already concluded that Trump is guilty. On-Target’s Larry Sparano says whether you like Trump or not, such comments show how politicized even the nation’s top law enforcement agencies have become. Larry discusses this at length with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York: