Trump’s Pattern: Deny, Then Say It Was Okay To Do All Along | Hardball | MSNBC Trump’s Pattern: Deny, Then Say It Was Okay To Do All Along | Hardball | MSNBCTrump’S tweet this morning and started his authority to interfere with the dick Department Justice, even though he still denies actually doing it. . The first time that presents tonight at case has been proper conduct. At the same time, climbing I never told Don mcgahn to fire Mueller. If I wanted to fire Mueller, I would have done it myself. It’S very simple. I had the right to and frankly whether I did or he did, we had the absolute right to fire Mueller in the meantime. I didn’t do it and it be nothing wrong.
If I did say it, according to everybody that I’ve read today, but I did not say that it’s not even under campaign whatsoever, I could have, I think it would probably possibly have been okay if I did, but I didn’t, I didn’t put any pressure on them Whatsoever, everything in the department is under his thumb, there’s a norms and traditions and then there’s illegal in with legal based on my conversations from former doj officials, president Tommy as he wants to be with the attorney general. I put a question to so many.
Both conservative and liberal people in the justice department and said is that illegal, both of them said no. All of them said that the powerful do they think they are theoretically Phila legal issue, though, is norms and traditions in America both times historically, there needs to be a little bit of distance between me and the golden. After being acquitted of being impeached and a Republican party that completely given him the go-ahead to to do some of the things that we’ve heard of do with Ukraine and what keep it a little bit lower than Twitter criticize Trump’s claim today sang in Falls a standard Trump progression Omar says that Trump, the truck first claims I didn’t do it and then it becomes.
I didn’t do it, but I couldn’t do it and then it becomes I did, and it was right to do it on Chris Hayes from MSNBC thanks for watching MSNBC on YouTube.Trump has a pattern of denying accusations of improper conduct while — at the same time — claiming that he had the absolute right to engage in such conduct. Aired on 02/14/20.
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