It’s Time for President Trump to Meet Robert Mueller
As a certifiable golf nut, I once saw an interview with the legendary Jack Nicklaus, where he said while he never wished competitors bad, he never wished them good either.
Is it wrong for me to wish for Trump to sit down with Bob Muller because in my mind I have an idea how that meeting will go? Maybe. But, I’m mature enough to accept whatever happens. The other half of the country, I don’t know.
Per Rudy Giuliani, who changes his mind every fifteen seconds and contradicts himself every thirty seconds, said that within the next seven to ten days, President Trump will decide whether that meeting takes place or not. I’m on the fence with this. Usually, I’m good at predicting what will happen next, but, I’m not so sure this time around.
I tend to be conservative in that regard, and in my opinion, a little light bulb will appear over Trump’s head, and at the last second, Trump will make some outrageous claim as to why he canceled the interview.
Trump is all about Prime-Time, cliffhangers, thinking the Presidency is a t.v. show in search for ratings. Hell, after he makes his statement, three days later before leaving on Air-Force One, he will tell the media, “I don’t know, we’ll have to wait and see.”
We already know the finger pointing game. Trump says he wants to, but his lawyers say not to. When does Trump ever listen to anyone? Trump hasn’t met with Mueller already for one simple reason: he’s afraid to. All bullies deep down inside are afraid.
Since Trump is the best at everything, including the best negotiator ever, he should be able to run circles around Mueller.
In the meantime, powerful Washington lawyers with probably more than a couple of centuries in experience can’t make a decision that is no more than a five-minute conversation with any client.
My personal opinion is that Mueller has what he needs. Trump is just icing on the cake.
In the meantime, Giuliani, Trump, and their merry band of misfits just talk tough. They are ready to do this and do that, but at the end of the day, watch their actions. They haven’t done anything.
Alexander Hernandez, Esq.
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