Hi. I’m President Trump and I Just Committed Obstruction of Justice

president trump collusion, rob mueller investigation, attorney general jeff sessions
The Power Station album cover with Robert Palmer- Some Like it Hot


Hi. I’m President Trump and I Just Committed Obstruction of Justice

It was only a few days ago, I know, it feels like a month ago, that the media was reporting that Special Counsel Robert Mueller and his team were looking into President Trump’s tweets for any indications of him trying to obstruct justice. My question? Which day? It seems like he does that on most days.


Today, the Tweeter in Chief, President “there was no collusion,” okay, maybe there was, but it’s not a crime. I’m still trying to figure out if it is not a crime, then why continue to say that Hillary Clinton colluded and so did the Democrats? As I keep posting on Twitter, the President has a unique ability to defeat his own arguments.

Anyway, today President Trump called on Attorney General Jeff Sessions to “stop this Rigged Witch Hunt right now.”

Now, the President is either a stable genius, which I doubt, and is pointing at Jeff Sessions because he could argue later it is not obstruction of justice since Sessions did recuse himself of the investigation, or, he just doesn’t understand the fine details such as Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is in charge of the Mueller probe. I think it’s a combination of both.

Mind you, this is the same Rosenstein that Sessions has made clear he has nothing but the utmost confidence in.

Of course, the President wasn’t over. He had to tweet about Paul Manafort, that was obvious and I predicted that. Manafort is in day two of his trial.

Trump tweeted that Manafort worked for President Reagan and Bob Dole (not sure why that fact is relevant), but only worked for him for a short period of time. Four months is not a short period of time.

Maybe Robert Palmer from the eighties group The Power Station said it best:

Some like it hot and some sweat when the heat is on
Some feel the heat and decide that they can’t go on.

“Some Like it Hot” lyrics.

Alexander Hernandez, Esq.
Twitter @mcatty_alex

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