"Universities will someday study what highly conflicted (and NOT Senate approved) Bob Mueller and his gang of Democrat thugs have done to destroy people", Trump tweeted on Thursday.
He added, more attention should be brought to the leftist bias of tech giants like Facebook, Google and Twitter - arguing that's real collusion. They have found no collusion and have gone absolutely nuts. Mueller appears to be interested in Stone's alleged contact with Julian Assange concerning Wikileaks' release of leaked Hillary Clinton campaign emails ahead of the election.
In recent days, Trump had been relatively quiet about the investigation.
Whitaker is now overseeing the Mueller probe, which had previously been overseen by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.
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President Donald Trump with Chief Paul Cell, of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, left, during an announcement of his support for a criminal justice reform bill, called the First Step Act, at the White House in Washington, on November 14.
Top Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer has said that if Whitaker refuses to recuse himself from the probe, as Sessions had done, Democrats will seek to attach legislation protecting Mueller to a must-pass spending bill that will be up for consideration in the coming weeks. "I think my only crime was that I support Donald Trump". He was replaced by his own chief of staff Matthew G. Whitaker, who publicly criticized the Mueller probe before joining the Justice Department.
Those concerns were only amplified after Trump appointed Whitaker as acting attorney general last week. Elijah Cummings of Oversight, Jerry Nadler of Judiciary, Adam Schiff of Intelligence and Frank Pallone of Energy and Commerce - suggest the committees are preparing, at least initially, to jointly investigate targets that multiple panels are interested in.
In 2016, USA intelligence agencies concluded that Russian Federation had used a state-authorised campaign of cyber attacks and fake news stories planted on social media in an attempt to turn the election against Democrat candidate Hillary Clinton.
The barrage comes as Trump's legal team is believed to be finalizing written answers to Mueller, concerning questions about whether the Trump campaign colluded during the 2016 campaign.