White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney responded to the consequences of Robert Muller's testimony and a fresh push to investigate President Trump's claim that it was simply Jerrold Nadler, the district's chief justice officer .Y. Trying to keep his job.  Nadler faces a major challenge from Lindsey Boylan, a progressive candidate who wants to do to him what the deputy Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, DN.Y., the veteran of the house, Joe Crowley, has done. Boylan has demanded Trump's impeachment, and Mulvaney believes Nadler is now doing the same to ward off the threat from the left.
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"He falls over himself to become more and more progressive to try and keep his job Do not lose to the next AOC, "said Mulvaney.
Nadler said after Mueller's statement that "it seems imperative evidence of the president's misconduct outside the four corners of the revised version of the Müller report, and we will work to uncover even that evidence." Mulvaney said, Nadler I also told people that he had initiated an impeachment investigation.
"This is not over in their eyes yet, which is bizarre in the face of this week's events," Mulvaney said, referring to Müller's hearing. Trump and other Republicans announced the hearing as a victory, as Mueller had performed poorly despite the control of the GOP poll and the lack of new information in support of the Democrats.
Mulvaney also criticized Müller's comments on the obstruction of the judiciary and reportedly did not "relieve" Trump.
"You are not relieved, you are innocent until proven guilty," said Mulvaney. "It's over."
Mulvaney also defended President Trump after the Democrats recently accused him of racism. Trump criticized Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., For failing to do enough to help his Baltimore district. Trump's speech has been criticized by Democrats, including Parliament Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass.
Mulvaney claimed that Trump's criticism of Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., Had nothing to do with race and had Nur in response to unjustified statements by the Chairman of the House Oversight Committee.
"The president attacks Mr. Cummings for saying things that are not right on the border," Mulvaney told host Chris Wallace on "Fox News Sunday." The President's remarks have "absolutely nothing to do with race ".
Mulvaney pointed to a House Oversight hearing in which Cummings cited conditions at the border, claiming that children were sitting in their own stool.
"That's just not right, it's not accurate," Mulvaney said, explaining that Cummings had no first-hand knowledge of boundary conditions.
"Mr. Cummings has not been to the border lately, least of all during this reign," Mulvaney said. [1
This week, the Senate will vote on a budget bill that raises spending by $ 324 billion over spending limits. Asked if Trump wants to do it, Mulvaney said yes, and this Trump will sign it despite the excessive spending. He justified this by advertising money for the defense and the Veterans Ministry.
"Did we spend more money than we wanted? Yes, did we get much for it? Yes."
Mulvaney Also celebrating the Supreme Court's recent ruling that allowed the Trump administration to spend $ 2.5 billion building a wall along the southern border.
"That's the right decision," he said.