Joseph diGenova DESTROYS Mueller & Rosenstein As Russia Probe Takes Another Desperate Turn (VIDEO)
Former United States attorney Joe diGenova went nuclear on special counsel Robert Mueller and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein on “Hannity,” Wednesday night as the Russia probe continues to sink further into desperation.
Joe DiGenova: “What we are seeing now is conduct by two public officials, Robert Mueller & Rod Rosenstein, that is unethical, unprofessional, an embarrassment to the U.S. government, and is undermining equal enforcement of the law.” #Hannity pic.twitter.com/bEQWgQGQjs
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diGenova: “What we are seeing now is conduct by two public officials, Robert Mueller & Rod Rosenstein, that is unethical, unprofessional, an embarrassment to the U.S. government, and is undermining equal enforcement of the law because what they are doing to a president of the United States.
Rod Rosenstein, single-handedly has taken away the sitting president of the United States 16 months of his presidency by his incompetent and fearful conduct. You know why Rod Rosenstein appointed Mueller? Because he didn’t want to make the tough decisions that you have to make if you were supervising a case being run by a United States Attorney like Huber. Rod Rosenstein is a coward! He’s a disgrace to the Department of Justice. It’s a shame that the president cannot fire him because of the political consequences.”
diGenova’s fiery remarks come as the Russia probe has taken yet another desperate turn. Now the special counsel is grilling wealthy Russian oligarchs traveling into the United States.
Special counsel Robert Mueller’s team has taken the unusual step of questioning Russian oligarchs who traveled into the US, stopping at least one and searching his electronic devices when his private jet landed at a New York area airport, according to multiple sources familiar with the inquiry.A second Russian oligarch was stopped during a recent trip to the US, although it is not clear if he was searched, according to a person briefed on the matter. Mueller’s team has also made an informal voluntary document and interview request to a third Russian oligarch who has not traveled to the US recently. The situations have one thing in common: Investigators are asking whether wealthy Russians illegally funneled cash donations directly or indirectly into Donald Trump’s presidential campaign and inauguration.