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Hillary Clinton Slammed For Impersonating Trump While Reading Mueller Report

Failed presidential candidate mocks Russia report on CNN clip

 on 29th April 2019 @ 2.00pm
clinton earlier claimed that the united states was the subject of a  foreign adversaries  attack  © press
Clinton earlier claimed that the United States was the subject of a 'foreign adversaries' attack'

Twice failed Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton read aloud a section of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report on alleged Russian meddling which was broadcast by CNN on Sunday.   

Clinton earlier claimed that the United States was the subject of a "foreign adversaries' attack" and that the report was just a "part of the beginning."

Clinton openly mocked her rival, President Donald Trump, by impersonating his voice in one of the most infamous lines of the document.

last week  clinton slammed the department of justice rules for mueller s  failure  to indict president donald trump © press
Last week, Clinton slammed the Department of Justice rules for Mueller's 'failure' to indict President Donald Trump.

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"The president slumped back in his chair and said, ‘oh my god, this is terrible, this is the end of my presidency. I'm f-ed'", she read.

Last week, Clinton slammed the Department of Justice rules for Mueller's 'failure' to indict President Donald Trump.

The former secretary of state claimed there is a "roadmap" to an obstruction charge that's in plain sight if Congress chooses to go down that route.

"I think there is enough there that any other person who had engaged in those acts would certainly have been indicted," Clinton told an audience at the Time 100 summit.

last month  president donald trump vowed to release the unredacted federal intelligence surveillance act warrants © press
Last month, President Donald Trump vowed to release the unredacted Federal Intelligence Surveillance Act warrants

Last month, President Donald Trump vowed to release the unredacted Federal Intelligence Surveillance Act warrants which launched the 'Russia' investigation into his campaign.

The president told Fox News that before the report by Attorney General William Barr which revealed he didn't conspire with Russia, he was advised not to release the FISA warrants over fears it could be blamed for obstructing justice.

But Trump said that now the Mueller’s investigation is over, that is no longer the case.

“I do, I have plans to declassify and release. I have plans to release absolutely,” Trump said.

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