Levin: ‘How many bites at this apple do they get?’

· April 24, 2019  
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Tuesday on the radio, LevinTV host Mark Levin debunked the media and the Democrats’ claims that Donald Trump obstructed justice during the so-called “Russian collusion” investigation.

Earlier Tuesday, the House Judiciary Committee subpoenaed former White House counsel Don McGahn. Levin explained why this is absurd.

“Ladies and gentlemen, if Donald Trump wanted to obstruct this phony investigation, there’s not a staffer in the White House, there’s not a cabinet secretary, there’s not a single person who could have stopped him. Not one. He could have fired Mueller; he didn’t. … Don McGahn didn’t stop anything. If the president of the United States wanted to fire Mueller, he would have fired Mueller. What the president of the United States did was give Mueller every damn thing he asked for,” Levin said.

Listen:

“If they have to continue to investigate after a 400-page document is released, which didn’t even have to be released, then why did they call for a special counsel in the first place? How many bites at this apple do they get? How many bites of this apple do they want? They want as many bites of this apple as they can possibly get until they destroy the president of the United States. The president does not serve at the pleasure of the House of Representatives. The president does not serve at the pleasure of the Democrats who run these committees. The president does not serve at the pleasure of the speaker of the House,” Levin said. “He serves at the pleasure of the American people.”


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Author: Carmel Kookogey