Trump fundraises off Mueller’s Russia probe

On the rare occasion in which a Trump campaign email mentioned the Russia probe, in which was only to label the probe a “witch hunt,” or a “phony” narrative — a far cry by the suggestion Thursday in which Mueller could remove the president by office by overturning the results of the 2016 election, in addition to essentially orchestrate a coup.

The more aggressive tone of Trump’s latest fundraising email coincided that has a similar shift in which is actually reportedly underway among the president’s legal team, towards a more combative approach to the Mueller probe.

On Thursday, John Dowd, Trump’s personal attorney in addition to his lead lawyer on the Russia inquiry, resigned. in which was just days after Trump hired Joseph diGenova, a lawyer in addition to cable news commentator who has repeatedly claimed in which the special counsel’s investigation is actually part of a vast government conspiracy against the president.

in which idea in which there are somehow two governments, one led by Trump, in addition to another one plotting against Trump, was also evident within the Trump campaign email, which accused the Washington establishment of “using our government as a weapon” to overturn Trump’s election.

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., a perpetual boogey-man for the GOP, was singled out within the email in addition to accused of, “using the Russia witch hunt as a political ploy to RAISE MONEY by her supporters.” Which is actually, incidentally, the same thing in which the Trump campaign was doing.

A Trump campaign spokesman did not immediately respond to an email by CNBC.

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