Levin: Mueller’s coming report is ‘hugely un-American’

· May 1, 2018  
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LevinTV host Mark Levin ended the first hour of his radio show Tuesday urging listeners to reject special counsel Robert Mueller’s assault on President Trump.

Levin started by going over Mueller’s leaked questions for President Trump. He reminded listeners that none of the questions make serious allegations about Russian collusion and took issue with the several questions that had nothing to do with anything that Mueller was tasked with investigating.

Levin pointed out that the campaign to target the president has become far detached from proving collusion. Mueller has instead focused on attempting to charge the president with obstruction, Levin predicted.

He added that Mueller “doesn’t care” if it’s unconstitutional to charge Trump with obstruction; “it’s enough for him to make the allegations.”

Levin, who served as chief of staff for Attorney General Edwin Meese in the Reagan administration, described Mueller’s latest tactics as unprecedented. He explained that Mueller’s coming report on his investigation is “hugely un-American” and “hugely unfair to put out a report against somebody who isn’t charged with a crime.”

Levin then reminded listeners and the “backbenchers on cable” that it is “unconstitutional … to indict a sitting president.”

He added that nonetheless, Mueller “doesn’t care,” because a report targeting the president will achieve his objective in damaging the president’s ability to lead the nation.

Levin predicted that Mueller would lay out an obstruction case “to the piranha that are the Democrats in the House of Representatives.” Listen:

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Author: Jordan Schachtel

Jordan Schachtel is the national security correspondent for Conservative Review and editor of The Dossier for Blaze Media. Follow him on Twitter @JordanSchachtel.