President Trump Prepares for Battle with Congress

Congress is feeling the president’s fury.

He put out a massive amount of tweets regarding the Mueller Report earlier this week.

President Trump is going to show Congress he is the boss and they cannot touch him.

Everything they have tried to bring against him has backfired in their faces.

The Left has worked up case after case to try and impeach him.

The President has shown he knows how to play his cards right and that he has the dominant branch in the government with the fight of the balance of power.

It is evident the Left will not stop for the remaining of the president’s first term.

It is almost a guarantee the more the Left tries to push Trump out of office the more they show their true colors, and it will hurt them in the next election.

There is speculation he is even baiting congress to have him impeached.

This would continue to show the world who is behind the collusion and obstruction of justice.

Michael Caputo is a former Trump advisor and a GOP strategist stated, “I think it’s entirely possible he’s pursuing a briar-patch strategy, like bring your impeachment because you will be punished for it — not by me, but by the voters.”

The president even stated that he could put a stop to the whole thing through his executive power, but he is letting them be.

There is no doubt that President Trump has pushed his executive powers to the limit.

Some feel he has gone too far, but that is because it exposes the truth the Left is trying to hide.

Heidi Kitrosser, who is the author of “Reclaiming Accountability: Transparency, Executive Power, and the U.S. Constitution” and works at the University of Minnesota law school as a professor stated, “At the same time, this is not same-old, same-old. He is taking longstanding pathologies in terms of an increasingly imperial executive branch and ratcheting it up many times over.”

Recently when Trump declared a national state of emergency which caused the government to shut down so he could get the funding for the border wall.

It’s funny how only the Democrats stated it was an abuse of power and called the act “unconstitutional.”

Reports from NBC News stated he denied lawmakers from getting information from the federal agents.

I would like to know how that happened when he called a press conference and a meeting at the border itself with the Border Patrol and the federal agents there with him.

When the courts stepped into the accusations, they all found him well within his limits of power and all the information to be accurate from the border.

With the Mueller Report, Attorney General William Barr found there could have been at least ten times the president “could have” obstructed justice.

Mueller himself claimed the president had not.

This means it is all “could have, should have, might have” but he did not.  Mueller also stated his report “did not exonerate Trump that there was no obstruction of justice.”

So the “could have” did not mean he did and that means there is no evidence.  This gives President Trump every reason to be upset.

Critics claim that the president continues to give “fresh evidence that he continues to obstruct justice.”

In Trump’s fury, he has demanded the White House get answers from Mueller’s witnesses through congressional efforts.  All this is, is the president trying to clear his name.  As he stated, he “has nothing to hide.”

Members of the group Checks and Balances made this statement, “The report’s details add to an existing body of information already in the public domain documenting the president’s violations of his oath, including but not limited to his denigration of the free press, verbal attacks on members of the judiciary, encouragement of law enforcement officers to violate the law, and incessant lying to the American people.  We believe the framers of the Constitution would have viewed the totality of this conduct as evidence of high crimes and misdemeanors.”

In a final statement to all of this, Heidi Kitrosser stated, “The big question is, will the Trump administration be a turning point that leads us to address some of these longstanding pathologies, particularly executive imperialism and Congress’ abdication, or whether it is going to lead us to accept ever greater imbalance of power?”

“I think we’re at a real turning point and it can go one way or the other.”

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