Donald Trump wants an inquiry for the attempted coup against him

Donald Trump

President Trump says he spoke with US attorney general about finding who was behind the inquiry that recently cleared him of colluding with Russia.

He has described the investigation of Robert Mueller as ‘an attempted coup’.

Donald Trump case has gotten stronger as Attorney General William Barr said that he has a strong believe that US authorities did spy on the President’s campaign.

US Intelligence have denied these allegations and said that they were spying on Russians, not the Trump campaign.

Donald Trump was speaking to reporters at the White House on Wednesday morning and took a hard stance against the Department of Justice.

Donald Trump has been cleared of all the collusion cases. He has said that there was an attempted coup to bring him down.

He has termed the inquiry as a scam and an illegal witch hunt.

There is good news for Mr. Trump as his recently appointed attorney general William Barr has backed the thoughts of the President.

It is yet to be seen whether there will be an inquiry or not.

William Barr appeared before the Senate Appropriations Committee and said there was indeed spying going on but he doesn’t know the predicated situation.

He also said that he didn’t understand why the intelligence officials didn’t inform the Trump campaign and warned them.

He also said that he will release the 400-page Mueller report after removing the confidential data.

The Speaker of the House of Representatives said that she trusts Mr. Mueller, not Mr. Barr.

The Trump administration has said that Obama administration tried to undercut his candidacy by snooping upon them.

There are reports that there was something going on with Trump’s aides during the campaign tenure.

Donald Trump may have been cleared by the recent investigations but people are still wondering what was going on with Trump campaigns and Russia.

Senior writer at the Chicago Morning Star

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