Trump: “People Will Not Stand” For Mueller Report If It Portrays Me Badly

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"People will not stand for it. For two years we’ve gone through this nonsense," President Trump said this week.

Washington is preparing for the release of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report. Yet, according to the Guardian, in an interview with Fox Business Network President Donald Trump said that “people will not stand for it” if the report portrays him badly.

“It’s always interesting to me because a deputy, that didn’t get any votes, appoints a man that didn’t get any votes, he’s going to write a report on me,” Trump said, referring to the decision by deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein to nominate Mueller. “I have a deputy, appoints a man to write a report on me, to make a determination on my presidency? People will not stand for it. For two years we’ve gone through this nonsense. There’s no collusion,” Trump said.

Although no one knows when the report will come, there are suspicions that it will be soon. Friday morning, reporters began staking out Mueller’s office.

“We’re tea leaf reading like everyone else,” a White House official said.

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If Trump tried to bury it Or trash its honesty he will always be guilty