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Fire Russia Prober, Ex-Trump Adviser Nunberg Tells President

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By    |   Thursday, 20 Jul 2017 03:58 PM

President Donald Trump should lower the boom on Robert Mueller, the special counsel probing Russia's meddling in the 2016 presidential election – because the ex-FBI chief could topple the commander in chief and the GOP's hold on Congress, Trump's former political adviser Sam Nunberg told Newsmax TV.

"Yes, I think he should, he should fire him," Nunberg, a New York City-based attorney, told host Miranda Khan on Thursday's "America Talks Live."

"This is a cloud on the administration, and this can result in not only us losing the Congress for no reason, because of this kangaroo investigation going on, but it could result in possibly this administration going down."

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Trump told The New York Times on Wednesday he never would have appointed Attorney General Jeff Sessions if he had known Sessions would recuse himself in the Russia probe because of meetings he had with Russian officials.

Session's decision, which put Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein in charge of the Russia probe, "did not serve the president well. . . . Then [Rosenstein] summarily appoints Mueller, who is leading a kangaroo investigation. It's like Kafka-esque," Nunberg told Khan.

"[Rosenstein] apparently is part of the Washington, Georgetown elite and – wanting to rehabilitate himself with them after writing the [James] Comey memo to get Comey [the FBI director] fired – appoints Mueller."

Mueller, investigating possible ties between the Trump campaign and Russia in last year's election, is said to be examining transactions involving Trump's businesses as well as those of his associates.

The president told The New York Times on Wednesday that any digging into matters beyond Russia would be "a violation. Look, this is about Russia."

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President Donald Trump should lower the boom on Robert Mueller, the special counsel probing Russia's meddling in the 2016 presidential election – because the ex-FBI chief could topple the commander in chief and the GOP's hold on Congress, Trump's former political adviser Sam Nunberg told Newsmax TV.
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