Kellyanne Conway Dismisses Concerns That President Will Fire Special Counsel
- Author: Stacy Houston Aug 08, 2017,
Aug 08, 2017, 0:30
Fresh off the first weekend of a 17-day "working vacation" at his golf resort in Bedminister, New Jersey, President Trump announced Monday morning that he'll be traveling to NY next week to attend some meetings.
It could take months, even years, to finish, much less come to a conclusion about whether Trump colluded with Russian Federation to win the White House.
CONWAY: Let's talk about - oh okay, let's talk about telling the truth. The President's eldest son initially said the meeting was to discuss Russia's halt on adoptions of children by United States citizens.
Stephanopoulos let Conway know that was not what he was asking, but she continued along the same line of saying that this is something that has not been discussed by Trump.
Mueller kicked off August by impaneling a grand jury to investigate Russia's influence - an indication that the probe is entering a new phase. If you like your plan you can keep it, if you like your doctor you can keep your doctor.
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Kellyanne Conway desperately invoked the Benghazi attacks and the Obama administration's rhetoric over health care reform to try to change the subject from the Trump administration's bald-faced lying regarding the Russian Federation investigation. "You are changing the subject going back to President Obama and Hillary Clinton".
She then brought up the September 2012 attacks on US government buildings in Benghazi, Libya, which resulted in the death of US Ambassador J Christopher Stevens. "We are cooperating - he has not even discussed - he has not discussed firing Bob Mueller". "The NYPD is the most expert police force on earth in terms of handling visits by an American president", de Blasio told reporters during a press conference in which he pushed a millionaire's tax to improve the subways.
The first request for information about the Lynch-Clinton tarmact meeting came on the afternoon of June 28, when Mike Levine, the Justice Department producer for ABC News, asked officials for comment, saying that his network's affiliate in Phoenix was hearing reports about it.
However, Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff said in a separate interview on the program that while the move was "not unexpected", it was significant because it showed the investigation had reason to move forward. If there really was nothing to see here, as Trump claims, Mueller's team won't need to keep digging.
Now, just because an investigation is indeed very real doesn't mean we know its conclusion.