Wednesday on the radio, LevinTV host Mark Levin suggested that if President Donald Trump decides not to run for re-election in 2020, he should pardon every one of special counsel Robert Mueller’s targets.
“This Mueller investigation is one of the greatest abuses of power in modern American history,” Levin said.
Levin reiterated his argument that Mueller’s appointment was unconstitutional and slammed Congress for considering bipartisan legislation to unconstitutionally protect the special counsel from being fired by the president.
“I’ve given this a great deal of thought. Somebody has to protect the Constitution here,” Levin said.
“If President Trump decides not to run for re-election, he should fire Mueller. He should fire his whole team. He should pardon everybody involved … and tell the House, ‘Go ahead and impeach me,’ and the Senate, ‘Go ahead and remove me.’ Because this is simply unacceptable.”
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