Right now, the only thing the Democrats have on Trump is his alleged ties to Russia and they’ve been trying to milk that dry cow for months now. But up to today, there’s no plausible evidence to prove that the Trump administration colluded with Russia and it’s just getting annoying now. I mean, even though there is no evidence, the Liberals refuse to give up.
However, the White House will no longer be entertaining any more questions about Trump and Russia because it’s simply becoming a waste of breath.
One of the most pressing issues on the matter is James Comey’s firing. Comey is expected to testify early next week to a congressional committee and many questions on the president’s possible obstruction of justice were thrown at press secretary Sean Spicer.
Spicer responded saying: “We are focused on the president’s agenda and going forward all questions on these matters will be referred to outside counsel Marc Kasowitz (Trump’s lawyer).”
Comey is expected to corroborate claims to the Senate intelligence committee that Trump pressured him to stop his investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn’s links to Russia.
And this development has basically become all that has been thrown Spicer’s way during the daily press briefings. There are so many more important issues to talk about, why are we still talking about Trump and Russia? So, it’s only fair to Spicer to disallow any more questions about the issue, especially with a criminal investigation under way. Let’s just let the investigation happen and shut up about it. If the Trump administration is guilty then we’ll find out after the investigation. That seems fair right? Let’s focus more energy on North Korea, the budget, the cracking down of illegal immigrations and anything else promoting the betterment of America.
The Trump and Russia collusion is the only card that the Democrats have against Trump. So I think that even if ABSOLUTELY NO EVIDENCE is found on the matter, they’d still keep at it. It’s now the responsibility of the Trump administration to stop entertaining such foolery and time-wasting. There’s a nation that needs to become great again.
Source: The Guardian