Trump Humiliated As Republican Group Airs Ad Defending Mueller On Fox And Friends (VIDEO)

A Republican group’s ad on Fox & Friends Wednesday morning might be why Donald Trump appears to have unloaded his diaper all over Twitter in the mother of all tweetstorms. The ad defends special counsel Robert Mueller against Trump’s attacks. Trump is addicted to Fox & Friends so he’s sure to have seen the 30-second ad by Republicans for Rule of Law which highlights Mueller’s military service in Vietnam and his service as head of the FBI during the Bush administration.

“In Vietnam, Robert Mueller rescued fallen Marines under enemy fire and was awarded a Bronze Star for valor,” the narrator says. “As a prosecutor, he spent decades going after corruption, financial fraud, and terrorism.”

“As the head of the FBI under George W. Bush, Mueller has been trusted by Republicans to put America first,” the ad continues, then airs clips of Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky), House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI), and Vice-President Mike Pence (R-Bigot), all of whom have voiced support for Mueller’s investigation but somehow, now they aren’t putting their president in check.

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The group was founded by conservative commentator Bill Kristol and Republican members who probabldon’t want Trump to fire Mueller during his Russia investigation. The group also is trying to prevent its own party from dying while Trump lashes out daily, creates havoc, and puts the U.S. in even more debt.

Kristol tweeted about the ad on Monday night while baiting Trump, noting that he watches Fox & Friends.

Just this morning, presumably after watching Fox & Friends, the Dotard lashed out at Mueller again.

“Much of the bad blood with Russia is caused by the Fake & Corrupt Russia Investigation, headed up by the all Democrat loyalists, or people that worked for Obama,” It tweeted. “Mueller is most conflicted of all (except Rosenstein who signed FISA & Comey letter). No Collusion, so they go crazy!”

Kristol thinks Trump is concerned over what the FBI found in Trump’s attorney’s office during the raid.

On Tuesday, it was reported that Trump had tried to fire Mueller in December following inaccurate claims that Mueller subpoenaed Deutsche Bank for the former reality show star’s finances. Trump is now considering firing Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. What a hot mess.


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