The White house counsel Ty Cobb on Sunday issued a statement which said that President Donald trump has no plans to dismiss spectacular Robert Mueller, and discusses the possibility of such a step.
Cobb’s statement was made the next day after trump criticized the investigation of spectracolor Robert Mueller on the subject of Russian intervention in the US presidential election in 2016. The President accused spectacular political bias.
“In response to recent media rumors, and addressed administration issues, the White house reiterated that the President is not going and does not discuss the dismissal of special Prosecutor Robert Mueller”, – said Cobb.
On Sunday, Republican senators warned the White house against the dismissal of spectacular, urging him to let the investigators do their work in the investigation of the Russian intervention in elections in the United States.
Republican Senator Jeff Flake said in an interview with CNN that lawmakers are willing to put up with the dismissal of Muller.
Senator Lindsey Graham, Republican from South Carolina spoke Sunday even more sharply, noting that if trump tries to fire Mueller, “is the beginning of the end of his presidency.”
In support of spectracolor was made by the Speaker of the house of representatives Paul Ryan. His press Secretary said, “Mr. Muller and his team should be able to do their job”.