Mercedes Schlapp: Dems made a "big bet" with the Mueller probe and "they lost"



The Director of Strategic Communications of the White House, Mercedes Schlapp, participated in the show "The Ingraham Angle" Monday evening and criticized the incessant efforts of the Democrats of the House to dismiss the President, even after the conclusion of the investigation into the Mueller case.

Schlapp began by declaring that the "ultimate goal" of the Democrats in the House was "indictment," even after Attorney General Bill Barr disclosed the Mueller Report's summary that the President had been proven Donald Trump was not colluding with Russia's obstruction of justice, worries the Speaker of the House.

"I think that makes Nancy Pelosi nervous. She says, "We might want to go there at night. We need a bipartisan effort to bring us closer to destitution, "but for the Democrats from day one, their goal is to try to dismiss the president," Schlapp told Laura Ingraham of Fox News. "And so I think the American people clearly see through that. I think we know that the Democrats have gone too far. They have been reckless in this process. They were irresponsible for two years, spending hour after hour, to build this story, to establish the case of collusion of the president with the Russians. And Mueller Report, as we obviously know, the president is totally exempt. "

The White House senior official said Trump's "genius" lies in his "resilience" despite pressure from the Mueller probe.

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"This president was at the top, he remained focused on the economy, trade agreements, securing the border and continued to fight every day for the American people," Schlapp continued. "And I must say that it really shows the Democrats – they made a big bet with that and that they lost because they thought this Mueller report was going to be their key to victory."


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