From N.Y. Times, filed at 4:10 pm Pacific: “President Trump angrily unloaded on his top law enforcement officials on Monday night, complaining that the F.B.I. ‘broke into’ the office of Michael D. Cohen, his personal lawyer, and assailing the early-morning raids as a ‘disgraceful situation’ and an ‘attack on our country in a true sense.’
“The president repeatedly said the raids were part of a ‘witch hunt’ against him that has been conducted since he took office, and he mused about the possibility that he might soon fire Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel in the Russia inquiry. ‘We’ll see what may happen,’ Mr. Trump said as he began a meeting with senior military officials to discuss responses to a chemical attack in Syria. ‘Many people have said you should fire him.'”
JUST IN: President Trump responds to question "why don't you just fire Mueller?"
"Well, I think it's a disgrace what's going on. We'll see what happens … many people have said you should fire him. Again, they found nothing." pic.twitter.com/1k1bkdb7LZ
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