July 21, 2017 The Call – #Mueller #TrumpRussia President Trump gave a disturbing interview on Wednesday in which he asserted Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s office was rife conflicts and made thinly veiled threats to fire Mueller if Mueller started investigating his businesses. On Thursday, it was reported Mueller’s investigation has expanded to include Trump’s business transactions related to Russians. Trump’s legal team is looking for ways to control and block Mueller’s investigation and exploring the limits of the president’s pardon powers. The president’s aides are scouring the pasts of Mueller and his team trying to come up with conflicts to get investigators recused or justify firing Mueller. Trump’s previously undisclosed second meeting with Putin at the G20 Summit– this one with no one else from the US – is just the latest in the growing body of evidence of collusion with Russia. Trump firing Mueller would obstruct justice and be strong evidence of guilt. Congress needs to make it clear that it would result in his impeachment. Your Action Call your Rep and let him/her know how concerned you are that Trump will fire Mueller. Ask your Rep’s position. Tell him/her that you believe firing Mueller would be admitting guilt and obstructing justice. Urge your Rep to support impeachment if it happens. Talking Points
This is [NAME] and I’m a constituent in [ZIP].
I’m very concerned that the president will fire Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
I believe firing Mueller would be obstruction of justice and an effort to cover up guilt related to Russia.
What is [Rep____’s] position on this.
I urge [Rep___] to make clear that impeachment is the next step if the president follows through on his threats to fire Mueller.