& # 39; They got that right! & # 39; Trump offers the New York Times rare praise for an opinion piece written by an employee while he continues to lean against Mueller & # 39; s & # 39; hit job & # 39; against him
- Trump praised an opinion piece by Christopher Buskirk, the editor of the American Greatness magazine, who on Sunday morning at & # 39; Fox & Friends & # 39; used to be
- POTUS continued to brace themselves against the & # 39; hit job & # 39; of Robert Mueller against him
- The president claims to be a victim of the probe, even if he claims that the special council's report proved him of collusion and obstruction
President Donald Trump praised the New York Times on Sunday after publishing an opinion piece from a newspaper employee while he continued to lean against the & # 39; hit job & # 39; against him by special councilor Robert Mueller.
& # 39; Do you believe this? The New York Times Op-Ed: MEDIA AND DEMOCRATS OWE TRUMP AN APOLOGY. Well, they got that right! & # 39 ;, He wrote on Twitter.
The president referred to an opinion piece written on Thursday with the title & # 39; Barr Is Right About Everything. Admit that you were wrong. & # 39; The author is Christopher Buskirk, the editor of the American magazine Greatness and a contributing opinion writer to the newspaper.
President Donald Trump praised the New York Times on Sunday
Burskirk was at & # 39; Fox & Friends & # 39; – the president's favorite morning show – on Sunday morning.
Trump also continued the drum beat against the hit track of the Mueller, which he claimed was an attack on his presidency.
& # 39; The Trump Haters and Angry Democrats who wrote the Mueller Report were destroyed by the No Collusion finding! Nothing but a total "hit" that should never have started, "he wrote.
Trump has long claimed that he was the victim of Mueller, even though he claimed that the report of the special council testified to him.
He also reiterated his often-used indictment that the Mueller investigation team were Democrats.
Mueller is a registered republican appointed by the Republican Deputy Attorney General, Rob Rosenstein. Of his 17 team members, 13 are Democrats registered as Democrats.
Trump has been panicking about the report since the edited version was released to the public on Thursday morning.
On Friday he hit the & # 39; Crazy Mueller Report & # 39; closed and insisted that parts of it & # 39; made up & # 39; and & # 39; total nonsense * t were & # 39; and he never made embarrassing statements that were attributed to him.
The media has been another target of the president.
Trump has long been the New York Times as & # 39; fake news & # 39; portrayed, especially when he writes a story about his administration that he does not like.
& # 39; The Washington Post and the New York Times are, in my opinion, two of the most unfair media channels in the area. Really, the enemy of the people! & # 39 ;, He tweeted on Friday.
In his Thursday's advisory report, Burskirk defended Attorney General William Barr, who received criticism from Democrats for his defense of Trump, and said the media had an excuse for the president.
Christopher Buskirk, editor of the American Greatness magazine, wrote in the New York Times a Thursday opinion piece that praised Trump
Trump claims to be a victim of Robert Mueller (above), even if he claims that the Special Council report justified him of collusion and obstruction
Trump has long been the Times as & # 39; fake news & # 39; attacked
& # 39; The American political and media elites who spent the first two years of the Trump administration promoting the Russian collusion have some explanation about this. And don't just explain: they owe the president an apology, & he wrote.
American Greatness praises itself as a & # 39; strong, independent conservative voice & # 39 ;.
Trump claims justification since Mueller completed his report on the Russian role in the 2016 election.
The report found no evidence of criminal conspiracy between the Trump campaign and Russia.
Mueller left it to Barr to determine whether an obstruction price should be paid to President Trump. Barr, who worked with Rosenstein, said there was no obstacle.
But the Democrats have taken this line from Mueller's 448-page report: & # 39; If we had faith after a thorough investigation of the facts that the president clearly did not commit an obstruction of justice, we would to indicate. However, based on the facts and applicable legal standards, we cannot reach that judgment. & # 39;
Mueller also noted in his report that Congress can still prosecute Trump for obstruction.
& # 39; The conclusion that Congress applies the obstruction laws to the President's corrupt execution of the terms of office is in line with our constitutional system of checks and balances and the principle that no one is above the law & he said.