Donald Trump Claims 'Presidential Harassment' By Democrats

Stephen Colbert slams Trump's new favorite term 'presidential harassment'

"Now we find out that Adam Schiff was spending time together in Aspen with Glenn Simpson of GPS Fusion, who wrote the fake and discredited Dossier, even though Simpson was testifying before Schiff", Trump wrote in one of his tweets.

The piece, by journalist John Solomon, cites photographs taken at a July security conference in Aspen, Colo., of Schiff talking to Glenn Simpson, the head of Fusion GPS, the research firm behind a dossier detailing allegations of Trump's business and personal ties to Russian Federation. Both men insisted to me through spokesmen that they met only briefly last July.

Wallace emphasized that "Democrats are in control of the House and have control of these committees" and "that's just the way it works".

A House Intelligence Committee aide responded, telling CNN the panel has hired individuals with experience on the NSC staff and that it would not discriminate about hiring individuals from the current administration. The President of the United States just said that he is being subjected to "unlimited presidential harassment" by the Democrats after House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff revealed a sweeping plan to investigate President Donald Trump on Wednesday.

Trump launched a flurry of tweets about Russian collusion allegations Friday morning. "Someday the Fake News Media will turn honest [and] report that Donald J. Trump was actually a GREAT Candidate!" he continued.

Cohen was also subpoenaed to appear before the Senate Intelligence Committee next week.

Despite the president's claims that the Mueller probe is a "hoax", the investigation so far has secured guilty pleas or convictions from former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, former deputy Trump campaign chairman Rick Gates, former Trump national security adviser Michael Flynn and former Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos. "We were all alive then, none of us were in a coma".

"Highly respected Senator Richard Burr, Chairman of Senate Intelligence, said today that, after an nearly two-year investigation, he saw no evidence of Russian Federation collusion".



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