Robert Mueller and Donald Trump are reaching the end of their confrontation.
The President is fed up with Mueller and his rigged witch hunt.
And he gave the two answers that shut down Mueller’s fishing expedition.
Before Thanksgiving, the President submitted written answers to Robert Mueller’s questions.
Two of the biggest lines of investigation were if Trump knew about the June 2016 Trump Tower meeting, and if Roger Stone ever mentioned if WikiLeaks had emails hacked from the Democrats.
Trump answered that to the best of his recollection and the answer to both questions was “no.”
One source described the President’s answers without providing any direct quotes and said the President made clear he was answering to the best of his recollection.
This is the first insight into how the President responded to the Mueller team’s written questions — a key unknown as Mueller aims to wrap up his investigation and prepare his final report.
These two points — WikiLeaks and the Trump Tower meeting — are critical to Mueller’s central mission: investigating whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russians during the 2016 campaign.
The President’s lawyers previously told CNN the answers would match his public statements. Still, these written answers could be subject to criminal charges if false.
Trump publically denied both allegations.
So it was not surprising Trump’s written answers would match his public comments, but the fake news media nonetheless was shocked.
They expected Trump would lie or incriminate himself.
Instead, Trump shut down Mueller’s inquiry.
No one has provided any evidence or testimony to contradict the President.
And it’s becoming clearer every day that this entire inquiry is a waste of time and Mueller is just hunting around for anything he can use against the President.
We will keep you up-to-date on any new details in this ongoing story.