Trump: ‘Do Something’ About Dems’ ‘Witch Hunt for Evil Politics’

President Donald Trump (Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

By Eric Mack    | NEWSMAX

President Donald Trump unleashed a flurry of tweets Sunday morning, decrying the Clinton-funded “fake dossier,” “the Comey fix,” and “the phony Trump/Russia collusion” as a “witch hunt for evil politics,” finishing the tweetstorm with a call for Congress to “do something” about it.

The tweets come on the heels of reports FBI special counsel Robert Mueller will be serving the first indictment from his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.

Mueller’s charges are sealed through a federal judge’s order but will be revealed Monday, both the charges and who is charged, according to reports.

Gov. Chris Christie, R-N.J., told ABC News’ “This Week” the indictment will not come as a surprise to those involved, because “if you’re the person, you know.”

Chairman of the House Oversight Committee, Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., lashed out at Democratic colleagues on “Fox News Sunday,” saying they have had tunnel vision – against President Trump – in the execution in the probe of Russian interference.

“[Foreign influencers] tried to attack the fundamentals of our democracy, and that’s what I’ve spent 2017 focusing on,” Rep. Gowdy told host Chris Wallace. “That to me is an American issue. I wish the Democrats would help a little bit more, instead of reading the Moscow phonebook during the witnesses interviews trying to see if Jared Kushner knows a guy named Igor. I wish they’d help.”

Former House Speaker, Newt Gingrich, put the onus on Bill and Hillary Clinton, as he wrote in a Fox News op-ed this weekend.

“At first, I assumed the liberal elites were simply driven by their inability to accept that the American people elected Donald Trump as their 45th president,” Gingrich wrote. “Now, I have another theory: The Trump-Russia story is meant to serve as a pure distraction aimed at masking real corruption by the Clinton political machine. . . .

“The great irony of all this though, is that the Clintons started the so-called Russian collusion scandal, and in the end, they may be the ones destroyed by it.”

President Trump followed up his series of tweets Sunday with his own conclusion the latest “‘Russia’ talk” amid the GOP’s “big push” for tax reform is not “coincidental.” 

Earlier Sunday, Trump tweeted a vow to renew his No. 1 campaign promise of repealing and replacement of Obamacare “after tax cuts.”


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