Didn’t do it and had every right to do it

Trump’s lawyers have been spamming Mueller with memos saying he didn’t do it plus he had every right to do it plus Comey is an unreliable witness.

(I know. Trump calling someone else a liar. I know.)

President Donald Trump’s legal team has met with and sent memos to special counsel Robert Mueller arguing that Trump did not obstruct justice when he abruptly fired James Comey as FBI director in May, The Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday, citing people familiar with the matter.

In one June memo, Trump’s lawyers reportedly argued that the president has full authority, granted by the Constitution, to hire or fire whomever he wants, and therefore did not obstruct justice.

Yeah! He can do anything he wants to, the Constitution says so!

Another memo expressed doubt that Comey would be a reliable witness, accusing him of being prone to exaggeration, providing unreliable congressional testimony, and leaking information to reporters, according to the Journal.

Trump’s lawyers are claiming Comey is prone to exaggeration. I know, it’s what lawyers do, but still.

According to the Journal, Mueller did not respond to the memo that declared Trump had not obstructed justice by firing Comey, nor did he respond to the argument questioning Comey’s reliability as a witness.

Nor did he send Trump a dozen roses and an apology.

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