Why President Trump Will Not Fire Robert Mueller

Here is the argument for you to consider: Will President Trump fire Special Counsel James Mueller, and why would he need to do that? The fact of the matter is that the President has the authority to do just that thing. Here is the rub. If the President has committed no collusion with the Russians, why would he do such a thing? This firing of Mueller has been driven by the mainstream media until it has gained a life of its own. Here, the writer covers why the President will NOT fire Mueller.

As Written By Gregg Jarrett for Fox News:

But it was resurrected on Tuesday by Roger Stone.  The informal adviser to President Trump offered his opinion, eagerly solicited by reporters, that the president should sack the special counsel because his impartiality is hopelessly compromised by a myriad of conflicts of interests.

Stone was correct, in part.  Mueller is deeply conflicted.  The day after being interviewed and rejected by President Trump to become the new FBI Director, Mueller turned around and accepted the job as special counsel.  In the span of 24 hours, Mueller went from asking to work for the president… to investigating him.  It was quite the somersault.  At the very least, it created the appearance of impropriety which disqualifies him.

Yet, Mueller accepted the position anyway, even though he also knew the key witness in any potential obstruction of justice case would be his longtime friend, ally and partner, James Comey.  This constitutes yet another conspicuous conflict of interest, as I have explained in previous columns.

But the mainstream media has seized on Stone’s recent statement to once again whip up a frenzy of conjecture that the president will fire Mueller.  It is not the first time………


Gregg Jarrett: Trump won’t fire Mueller because the president did nothing wrong | Fox News

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