President Trump beat a former Dean III lawyer, John W, against the former White House lawyer, John W. Called him before his planned appearance at a hearing of the House of Representatives on Monday after the findings of the Special Adviser Robert S. Mueller III.
In tweets, Trump also aimed at House Democrats continuing to focus on him, Mueller's report detailing the results of his investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and possible consequences of Trump's obstruction of the probe.
Dean, whose statement in Congress in 1973 was the key to the death of President Richard M. Nixon frequently criticized Trump's actions in connection with the Russian investigation in his role as CNN employee of Mueller's findings.
"The Mueller report was a disaster for them," wrote Trump. "But they want a redo or do over. They even bring in John Dean, @ CNN Sleazebag lawyer. Sorry, no Do Overs – get back to work!
Hearing on Monday, convened by Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, Jerrold Nadler (DN.Y.), is billed as: "Lessons Learned Müller report: obstruction of the president and other crimes. " In addition to Dean to appear two former US lawyers and a lawyer.
An increasing number of Democrats called for Trump's impeachment investigation, while House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) Took a more conscious course.
In public statements on May 29, Mueller said his office could not think about Trump being charged with a crime. The permanent Ministry of Justice believes that a sitting president can not be charged. Mueller, who resigned as a special adviser on the same day, repeated a line in his report stating that his team would have cleared Trump of the impediment, if that had been possible.
This remark encouraged Democrats to initiate impeachment proceedings despite a statement by Attorney General William P. Barr that Trump's actions did not justify disability.
White House adviser Kellyanne Conway also targeted Dean on Monday during an interview on Fox News & # 39; Fox & Friends.
Their lawyers are now looking out of television, "she told the House Democrats, adding that Dean had spoken out against Trump's appointment of Brett M. Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.
"He's not a credible person," Conway said to Dean
House republicans had tried to discredit Dean as a witness before Trump's tweets. For his role in the Watergate scandal, Dean pleaded guilty to obstructing the judiciary, and was later released and served four months in federal penitentiary.
ally, wrote in a tweet last week. The DOJ found that President Trump did not interfere with the judiciary. @RepJerryNadler, however, brings John Dean in, who was actually found guilty of obstruction of justice and subsequently expelled!