Trump accuses Obama of the biggest political crime in United States history

Trump accuses Obama of the biggest political crime in United States history
Trump accuses Obama of the biggest political crime in United States history

Donald Trump continued to rave over the Russia investigation on Sunday, more than a year after Special Counsel Robert Mueller filed his report without recommending allegations against the president, but only three days after the Justice Department said It will retract their case. First case of Trump's National Security Advisor, against Michael Flynn.

The greatest political crime ever in the history of the United States! The president wrote in a tweet with the claim of a conservative talk show host that Barack Obama "uses his last week in office to attack incoming officials and sabotage the new administration."

The tweet retweeted previous messages by Trump, who were criticized for conspiracy theories. On Sunday afternoon, the president continued to send a series of tweets talking to Meems and the right wing, invoking a conspiracy against Trump. A tweet from Trump simply said: "O Bamgar!"

Trump fired a retired general, Flynn, in early 2017 for lying to Vice President Mike Pence about negotiations with the Russian ambassador about sanctions imposed by the Obama administration for interfering in the 2016 election.

American Intelligence Community. UU. He has long argued that such efforts were aimed at stopping the election toward Trump and, far from Hillary Clinton, the Democratic nominee.

Flynn blamed the FBI for lying, which Trump recognized, and collaborated with Muller, who Trump appointed to investigate Russian interference after FBI director James Comey was fired.

Müller did not establish a criminal conspiracy, but he established extensive connections between Trump and Moscow and cases of possible obstruction of justice by the president.

Flynn tried to change his plea while awaiting sentencing, and the president defended his case, leading to a possible pardon. On Thursday, in an act that surprised the US media, Attorney General William Burr said the Justice Department would remove the case altogether.

Trump and his supporters loudly announced the decision, and on Saturday and Sunday, the president sparked a storm of retweet by conservative supporters and commentators who attacked Obama, Mueller, Comey, and the chairman of the House of Representative Intelligence Committee. Adam Schiff.

The talk show's presenter, retweeted by President Buck Sexton, is a former CIA analyst who now presents a program that says "he tells the truth to power and cuts out the libertarian nonsense coming from the mainstream media."

In another message retweeted by the president, Sexton called former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, whom Trump fired just before retirement, "a dishonest Moran who has damaged the FBI's reputation and made him sit in a cell Must lie under oath. "

In February, the United States Department of Justice said it would not accuse McCabe of allegations he lied to investigators about media leaks.

Like Comey, McCabe released a book in which he heavily criticized Trump, who said he worked as a mob boss. McCabe also wrote that Trump had spread an "insane tension" in American public life.

In his own tweet, Trump did not directly address Obama's comments that were reported by Yahoo News. The former president told aides that Flynn's decision "is the kind of thing you start worrying about, not just institutional norms, but our basic understanding of the rule of law."

But Trump's anger was palpable.

"When are fake journalists?" He wrote on Sunday, "He received unfair Pulitzer Prizes for Russia, Russia, Russia and the impeachment scandal, which would hand over his tarnished awards, so that they could be handed over to real journalists. Right. I'll name you, there are many! "

The President did not immediately name anyone.

But in 2018, the Pulitzer committee did so, jointly awarding its National Reporting Award to the Washington Post and the New York Times for "deep-source coverage", consistently reporting in the public interest that the nation's understanding of the nation dramatically Promoted. Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and its connections to the Trump campaign, the presidential-election transition team and his last administration. "

Trump has more reason to resent the Pulitzer committee and question his election.

In 2019, for example, a New York Times team "won a Pulitzer for an 18-month intensive investigation into the finances of Donald Trump, denying his claims of wealth and exposing the business empire with tax evasion."

Meanwhile, the Wall Street Journal was rewarded during its campaign for "exposing President Trump's secret payments" to two women who claimed he had connections, and the network of supporters facilitated the transaction, criminal Investigated and impeached. ".

Trump's actual indictment, which survived a Senate trial in February, referred to his efforts to get Ukraine to investigate its political rivals. No reporter or news outlet won the 2020 Pulitzer, announced this week, for coverage of that case.

Trump's focus on Sunday remained predominantly in Russia's investigations, despite continued developments in the coronovirus outbreak that infected more than 1.3 million Americans and killed nearly 80,000.

With confirmed cases among White House aides close to the president, top public health experts, including Drs. Anthony Fauci is involved and Trump said the New York Times was "frightened", the president said in a tweet related to Russia: "We are getting excellent marks for managing the coronavirus epidemic."

He also attacked Obama and his vice president, this year alleged Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, for his reaction to the "H1N1 swine flu disaster" in 2009.

Trump also marked a special day on the calendar, tweeting in trademarked capital letters:

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