Maxine Waters: Trump Will Bring Putin to White House ‘to Interfere’
Waters say President 'will get worse' post impeachment
Representative Maxine Waters (D-CA) blasted President Donald Trump and Attorney General William Barr claiming the president will “get worse” following his acquittal from impeachment charges earlier this month.
Speaking on MSNBC’s “Kasie DC," Waters claimed Barr's recent criticism of Trump's tweets was an attempt to “trick” everyone.
Waters also predicted that Trump would “bring” Russian President Vladimir Putin “into the White House to continue to interfere.”
“The president does not believe that there are any reigns on him, that he can do whatever he wants to do,” Waters told host Kasie Hunt.
“And that’s exactly what he’s doing, and he’s going to get worse since he was basically not indicted, not charged with obstruction of justice in the impeachment trials," she added.
"He’s going to get worse now," Waters stated.
"This president is going to do everything from bringing Putin into the White House to continue to interfere," she claimed.
"And don’t worry, he’s going to pardon [Michael] Flynn eventually, pardon Roger Stone eventually," she added.
"This president is out of control.”
Last week, the former acting chair of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) Donna Brazile echoed Water's sentiment saying that Acquittal "weakened the Rule of Law."
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"The impeachment trial of President Trump will soon be history, and the outcome will go down as a sad day for our democracy," Brazile said.
"Although the evidence of President Trump’s unlawful and impeachable acts is overwhelming and growing, the Republican-controlled Senate is certain to fall short Wednesday of the two-thirds vote needed to convict him on two articles of impeachment adopted by the House."
Meanwhile, over a 1,100 former DOJ prosecutors and officials called for the resignation of AG Barr while condemning the department’s decision to intervene on Roger Stone's sentencing last week.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi last week accused Trump of engaging in “political interference" in the sentencing of Roger Stone.
Pelosi called for an investigation into the Department of Justice (DOJ) after their decision to withdraw from the case.