Thursday evening on “Hannity,” LevinTV host Mark Levin told Sean Hannity exactly what President Donald Trump should tell special counsel Robert Mueller if Mueller insists on meeting with the president.
Levin highlighted the hypocrisy of the Paul Manafort trial, which Hannity noted was nothing more than a “cheap” attempt to get the president in court.
“If [Manafort] did all these things … during the Obama administration, who was the FBI director? Mueller. Mueller was the FBI director, he did nothing about it, apparently,” Levin said.
“Let me tell you something, Mr. Mueller, you’re not the king of the universe,” Levin said.
Levin explained that Mueller’s investigation is not about wanting justice, it’s about wanting to take down Trump.
“I hope the president’s lawyers are listening to me, and the president, right now. Here’s what you should tell Mr. Mueller. Have a meeting with him and tell him: You’re unconstitutional under the Appointments Clause, what you’re doing is unconstitutional as far as we are concerned, we are not going to bow to you, this is the office of the President of the United States, you are a rogue prosecutor, now get the hell out of my office and make sure the door doesn’t hit you in the ass. I’ll see you in court. That’s the beginning and the end of it, as far as I’m concerned,” Levin said.
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