Lawmakers addressed the Deputy head of the Ministry of justice a letter requesting not to exert political pressure on the course “Russian investigation”
Democrats in the House of representatives made Thursday in support of spectacular Robert Mueller, responding to recent attempts of some Republicans and conservative media to discredit Muller and led them to the investigation of Russian interference in the presidential election in 2016.
In a letter sent to the Deputy head of the Ministry of justice to Rosenstein, a group of lawmakers-Democrats in part 171 of 193 members of the house of representatives belonging to the Democratic party, expressed support led by Mueller’s investigation, calling Rozensteina be given the opportunity to continue the study so that it remained “free of political influence” and that nothing threatened the authority of those conducting it.
“We will stay on the sidelines, allowing (channel)Fox News and right-wing Republicans to challenge the rule of law and to establish rules to intervene in the course of legitimate investigations (carried out) in accordance with the Constitution of the United States,” – said at a press conference on Thursday, Maxine waters a Democrat from California.
“There is an organized effort of the Republicans… to propagate false ideas and to impose outrageous scenarios to blame spectracolor Muller of bias,” she added.
Recall that Rosenstein appointed Mueller spectaculorum in may – after President trump fired the then Director of the FBI James Komi – the reason why, as stated trump was “the Russian business”.
Critics immediately accused the President of trying to obstruct the investigation.
Mueller is investigating possible collusion by electoral headquarters of the trump of Russia intervened in the election.
Russia denies that it interfered in the elections, and trump has repeatedly stated that collusion was not.
Criticism from Republicans in the address of Muller, who himself belongs to the Republican party, intensified in recent months when he filed charges against four relatives of employees of trump, including the former campaign Manager of Paul Manafort and former national security adviser Michael Flynn.