- The president unloaded on Robert Mueller again on Wednesday
- He claimed ‘at least 3 major players’ are being pressured to ‘lie’
- Trump said they were promised ‘relief’ by prosecutors
- Conspiracy theorist Jerome Corsi says he rejected a plea deal that would have him admit to perjury
- Investigators also are focusing on Roger Stone’s alleged WikiLeaks contacts
- Paul Manafort’s team were said to have ‘repeatedly’ briefed Trump’s attorneys
- Rudolph W. Giuliani, one of the president’s lawyers, confirmed the meetings
- Legal experts say the meetings took place to get Manafort a lenient sentence
- Manafort is facing up to 10 years in prison on fraud and conspiracy charges
President Donald Trump resumed his relentless attack on special counsel Robert Mueller Wednesday, accusing prosecutors of pressuring key witnesses to lie following developments that could land Paul Manafort in jail for the rest of his life.
Trump, who has repeatedly called the Mueller Russia probe a ‘witch hunt’ and attacked the special counsel as ‘conflicted,’ on Twitter alleged prosecutorial misconduct but without saying against whom or providing evidence.
‘While the disgusting Fake News is doing everything within their power not to report it that way, at least 3 major players are intimating that the Angry Mueller Gang of Dems is viciously telling witnesses to lie about facts & they will get relief,’ the president claimed.