Do you trust special counsel Robert Mueller to be impartial? | The Tylt
Special counsel Robert Mueller is overseeing the Justice Department’s probe into potential connections between President Trump’s campaign and the Kremlin. Several GOP members of Congress, as well as Trump himself, have accused Mueller of conflicts of interest that should disqualify him. Others argue Mueller, a former U.S. Marine who served 12 years as Director of the FBI under both President Bush and Obama, brings impeccable credentials and unquestionable integrity. What do you think?
Do you trust special counsel Robert Mueller to be impartial?
Some conservatives say Mueller's friendship with former FBI director James Comey, whom Trump fired, make his claim to being impartial very suspect.
Top Republican Rep Trent Franks says what we all know: Mueller must resign! He and Comey are buddies and he hired a bunch of Hillary donors.— First Words (@unscriptedmike) August 1, 2017
But many argue Mueller's credentials are only coming under fire because he's building a strong case against the President.
If you are wondering why 2 GOP House members are asking Mueller to step down...its because Trump looks really guilty.— Impeach Donald Trump (@Impeach_D_Trump) August 1, 2017