President Trump Donald John TrumpTrump meets Comcast, MSNBC for "hate", "fake news" Trump meets Comcast, MSNBC for "hate", "fake news" Public support for liberal policymaking at 60-year high Sunday's poll demolished the testimony of John Dean, a former White House lawyer for President Nixon, who proved crucial during the Watergate scandal.
"The Dems were devastated ̵
"But they want a Redo or Do Over, they even bring John Dean, @ CNN Sleazebag lawyer, Sorry, no Do Overs – Go back to work!"
…. No hindrance. The Dems were devastated – after all this time and the money involved ($ 40,000,000), the Müller report was a disaster for them. But they want a redo or do over. They even bring John Dean, @CNN Sleazebag lawyer. Sorry, no Do Overs – get back to work!
– Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 9, 2019
Dean, a CNN employee, was linked to the Watergate cover-up and televised testimony before legislators that led to Nixon's resignation Has.
The Democrats in the House Judiciary Committee will grill Dean on Monday to spotlight the unappetizing details of Trump's behavior Advocate Robert Mueller Robert (Bob) Swan MuellerSchiff says that the Intel panel will hold a hearing series on the Müller report. Schiff says the Intel panel will hold a hearing series on the Müller report MORE .
Dean was a vocal critic of Trump, arguing that the president was involved in a disability because of what was described in Muller's report.
Müller's team did not judge the obstruction of justice. inst ead listing 10 potential cases of it.
Many Democrats have argued that Muller has found substantial evidence that Trump is obstructing the judiciary and given the Special Representative's public statements on 29 May as a go-ahead to further investigate the President's conduct.
Democrats have hoped that Dean will be able to provide first-hand expertise on obstruction to justice and to compare Trump's behavior with that of Nixon.
Trump has often called Democrats an attempt to vilify him before re-election in 2020. There was "no collusion, no disability."