Trump Is Coming Completely Unglued This Morning – FOR SOME REASON

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Donald Trump is coming unglued after the FBI raided his longtime lawyer Michael Cohen’s office, home, and hotel room. Following the raids, Trump said the FBI “broke into” his attorney’s office as if the so-called president doesn’t understand the law. Trump called it “an attack on our country,” then targeted Attorney General Jeff Sessions because he recused himself from the Russia probe. What Donald does not understand is that a judge had to see enough evidence to OK the search warrants. Cohen’s career is over. Cohen formed a strategic partnership with the firm Squire Patton Boggs last year, but that just came to a screeching halt. “We have been in contact with Federal authorities regarding their execution of a warrant relating to Mr. Cohen. These activities do not relate to the firm and we are in full cooperation,” the firm said. They did not call it a ‘witch hunt’ or blame Hillary Clinton, Jeff Sessions or Robert Mueller and that’s because they know the law.

Trump declared on Tuesday morning that “attorney-client privilege is dead” then called it a “TOTAL WITCH HUNT!”

White House counselor Kellyanne Conway’s husband is a lawyer and he just tweeted Trump a link debunking the former reality show star’s ‘attorney-client’ claim.

The law states, in part, that “there are occasions when effective law enforcement may require the issuance of a search warrant for the premises of an attorney who is a subject of an investigation, and who also is or may be engaged in the practice of law on behalf of clients.”

Hillary Clinton faced 11 hours of questioning before the House Select Committee on Benghazi and she didn’t break a sweat. She could tell Trump a thing or two about witch hunts.

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