Trump questions Hillary Clinton's link with Russian Federation in series of tweets

A Presidency Consumed by Pettiness

A Presidency Consumed by Pettiness

Not stopping there, Donald Trump went back on the attack in a follow-up tweet, once against smearing Hillary Clinton in the process. Trump's most recent grudge is that no one seems to be investigating the dealings of Democrats with the Russians Thursday while multiple investigations into his "non-dealings" with the Kremlin.

Earlier in the day, Trump accused Mueller of conducting a "witch hunt" after the news broke that the president was likely being investigated for trying to obstruct the Russian Federation probe.

Trump added: "You are witnessing the single greatest WITCH HUNT in American political history - led by some very bad and conflicted people!"

According to reports in the Washington Post yesterday, Mueller summoned three former and current senior intelligence officials to discuss whether Trump had made attempts to disrupt the investigation. Trump said, in an early morning tweet.

Comey was sacked soon afterwards.

He also questioned why she was not investigated for obstruction past year.

Once Comey was sacked, the Department of Justice appointed Mueller as special counsel to act as an independent investigator. This is exactly what Trump warned about on the campaign trail.

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The cost of renewables is rapidly declining , and market forces will ensure that clean energy continues to displace fossil fuels. Fortunately there remain reasonable people in the world who are not afraid to face reality.

Trump's accusation that Clinton had her husband meet with the attorney general "days before she was cleared", refers to a June 27, 2016, meeting between Bill Clinton and then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch aboard a private plane while Hillary Clinton was still under federal investigation.

However, he would not recommend charges against her.

The president questioned why "Crooked H" is not being investigated in the tweets.

It was closed days later after concluding all the emails were duplicates of ones previously scrutinised.

The probe into Trump was sparked in part by the sudden dismissal of FBI Director James Comey.

Despite winning the popular vote by several million, Clinton lost the election thanks to narrow defeats in the swing states of Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.

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