President Trump Delivers Two-Hour Speech at CPAC
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From the RightTrump fires up CPAC with expletive-laden description of Mueller probe: 'They're trying to take you out with bulls---'
President Trump, in an expletive-laden, over two-hour speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) Saturday, accused FBI Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team of trying to take him out with “bulls---” and accused a top Clinton aide of not having recovered “from getting his a-- kicked.”
Trump accused his opponents of moving away from a narrative of Russian collusion as Mueller prepares to file his report on the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election. He said that the report was being produced “by people who weren’t elected.”
From the CenterDonald Trump launches furious attack on Robert Mueller
In the longest speech of his presidency, Mr Trump railed against the inquiry into alleged collusion between his campaign and Russia.
"We're waiting for a report by people who weren't elected," he told a crowd of cheering conservatives.
Mr Mueller is expected to hand in his report to the attorney general shortly. "Unfortunately, you put the wrong people in a couple of positions and they leave people for a long time that shouldn't be there and all of a sudden they are trying to take you out with...
From the LeftTrump delivers scorched-earth speech as he tries to regain footing
President Donald Trump delivered a scorched-earth speech to conservative activists on Saturday, calling the Russia investigation "bullshit," adopting a southern accent to mock his former attorney general, and asserting that some members of Congress "hate our country."
The rollicking two-hour-plus appearance at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference in Maryland offered the president a brief respite from an otherwise miserable week in which his much-touted summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un ended in failure and his former personal lawyer delivered explosive testimony to Congress.