Whoopi Goldberg Claims Trump's Media Coverage Was 98% Positive During Campaign

President Donald Trump center with first lady Melania Trump and their son Barron Trump responds to a reporter's question upon arrival at the White House in Washington Sunday

For Newt's third, more visibly desperate, act, the one-time leader of the Republican party's new strategy appears to be saying outlandish, often incoherent things diametrically opposed to what he's said previously in an effort to support Donald Trump. "Newt, whatever you think you're getting in return for obsequiously sliming an American hero, I guarantee you it's not worth it. Stop". I know what I saw.

In the letter to Comey informing him of his dismissal, the president said he was acting on a recommendation from Rosenstein. Nobody on Capitol Hill has any proof I did anything with the Russians. "They're out looking for a couple scalps, and they're not going to go home until they get some".

"Now they're talking about not the Russians".

What he meant to say, of course, is that the Republican president of the United States can not obstruct justice.

Gingrich once praised Special Counsel Robert Mueller on May 17 as a "superb choice" and praised his reputation as "impeccable for honesty and integrity".

Gingrich reversed course from a month ago, when he tweeted praise of Mueller, calling him "a superb choice" to head the Russian Federation investigation. I think that it will be interesting to watch.

In an interview with ABC News' "This Week", the Georgia Republican, a staunch supporter of the president, railed at the 97 percent of election donations from the Department of Justice that went to Hillary Clinton. "As a historian, I just don't believe it".

"We've seen the Left over the last 20-25 years get more and more and more militant", Gingrich told Maria Bartiromo on "Sunday Morning Futures".

"It wasn't all positive", Gingrich responded, before suggesting that the media covered Trump more, but not better than other candidates.

The former House speaker wrote that Mueller "is setting up a dragnet of obstruction, financial questions and every aspect of Trump's life and his associates lives".

"But it's part of a pattern, as you saw the one sign this guy was holding, you've had an increasing intensity of hostility on the left", Gingrich said. "And notice how it's evolving?"

"Very risky", he wrote, saying it's clear following the Post's story that Mueller is "the tip of the deep state spear aimed at destroying or at a minimum undermining and crippling the Trump presidency".

"Let me be clear: the president is not under investigation", Sekulow said.

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