Trump celebrates the release of the redacted Mueller report with a triumphant ‘Game of Thrones’-themed image

President Donald Trump and Melania Trump

President Donald Trump responded to special counsel Robert Mueller’s final report with a triumphant “Game of Thrones”-themed image stating “no collusion, no obstruction, for the haters and radical left Democrats, game over.”
Trump tweeted the image shortly after Attorney General William Barr gave a press conference announcing Mueller had found insufficient evidence to bring a charge of conspiracy to interfere in the 2016 election against anyone involved in the Trump campaign.
For the nearly two years that Mueller’s team pursued their investigation, Trump attacked it as “rigged witch hunt” led by “angry Democrats,” and claimed hundreds of times there was “no collusion.”

President Donald Trump responded to the redacted version of special counsel Robert Mueller’s final report with a triumphant “Game of Thrones”-themed image stating, “no collusion, no obstruction, for the haters and radical left Democrats, game over.”

Trump tweeted the image shortly after Attorney General William Barr gave a press conference announcing Mueller had found insufficient evidence to bring a charge of conspiracy to interfere in the 2016 election against anyone involved in the Trump campaign.

Mueller identified two separate Russian interference efforts: an online disinformation effort spearheaded by a firm called the Internet Research Agency, and a targeted campaign that waged cyber attacks on the Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton’s campaign. Those attacks obtained DNC and Clinton campaign materials later disseminated to the public by WikiLeaks.

For the nearly two years that Mueller’s team pursued their investigation, Trump attacked it as “rigged witch hunt” led by “angry Democrats,” and claimed hundreds of times there was “no collusion” between the Trump campaign and the Russian government.

In the days leading up to the report’s release — when the White House was reportedly briefed on Mueller’s findings– Trump’s tone on social media …read more

Source:: Business Insider

      

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