Published: Wed, July 26, 2017
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Brennan Calls For Coup Against Trump if Mueller is Fired

Brennan Calls For Coup Against Trump if Mueller is Fired

President Trump has launched an all-out assault on the federal investigation into his campaign's ties to Russian Federation, reflecting an intensifying obsession with the probe within the West Wing. This is based on wiretaps of what apparently has been overheard from the former Russian ambassador.

"I meet with the investigators every couple of weeks". And our focus is on sworn testimony, and getting all the facts. "Nobody better than Bob Mueller [sic], who's a straight shooter and will not be intimidated by anyone". That has the potential to compromise our national security and to undermine the safety of those who are in the intelligence community.

The editorial staff of ZeroHedge, an influential global blog which covers politics, economics, and war from a libertarian perspective, also concluded that Mr. Brennan's statement was "effectively calling for a coup" should President Trump give the order to fire Mr. Mueller. Brennan chimed in, "Yes, I agree".

Some legal analysts say the president's team is clearly laying the groundwork to dismiss the special counsel - despite the president's demurral on Wednesday. "It will achieve nothing but alienating the Justice Department further and creating the appearance of a White House under siege".

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"If he's fired by Mr. Trump, or is attempted to be fired by Mr. Trump, I hope, I really hope that our members of congress, our elected representatives, will stand up and say enough is enough, and stop making apologies and excuses for things that are happening that really flaunt, I think, our system of laws and government here", Mr. Brennan said. She warned the president not to interfere with the investigation.

"If I were his lawyer, I would be telling him to dial it down", Jeffress said. Do you, what's your assessment of what the White House message is about the special counsel?

JOHN DICKERSON: Let me switch now to health care.

The Senate is expected to take a procedural vote Tuesday, opening debate on legislation to repeal and replace Obamacare. What I would like to see us do is to go back into committee.

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House Speaker Paul Ryan visited MillerCoors in Milwaukee on Monday, July 24th to advocate for his proposed tax changes, which he says will help the brewery and other US companies. Lamar Alexander, R-Tennessee, chairman of the Senate's committee that oversees health care, is open to that.

We could divide this issue into separate bills and take a look at the serious flaws in the Affordable Care Act, the most serious of which right now is the collapse of the insurance market in several counties throughout this country, so that people who have subsidies won't have an insurer that can sell them insurance.

"We don't know if we will be voting on the House bill, a second version of the Senate bill or a new version".

But the call for officials of the executive branch to defy the orders of a president is an indication of the intensity of the conflict that is raging within the United States ruling elite.

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"An unchecked presidency - such as that of Richard Nixon or - represents a clear and present danger to the Republic", the top Democrats on the House Oversight and Judiciary Committees, Reps.

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