President Donald Trump, who claimed Friday that he doesn’t plan to watch the highly anticipated testimony of former special counsel Robert Mueller before the House Judiciary Committee and Intelligence Committees, appeared to have the testimony on his mind Monday morning.
….But the questions should be asked, why were all of Clinton’s people given immunity, and why were the text messages of Peter S and his lover, Lisa Page, deleted and destroyed right after they left Mueller, and after we requested them(this is Illegal)?
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 22, 2019
Trump’s Monday morning tweets echoed his previous sentiments regarding the imminent testimony. Earlier this month, Trump tweeted that Mueller “must” keep his testimony within the realm of the report that he released on his investigation, before devolving into his “No Collusion, No Obstruction,” “Great Hoax” mantra.
Mueller is scheduled to testify Wednesday.