Should the President fire Robert Mueller? Trump voters say no
Days before the 1-year mark since the beginning of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation, Trump voters say in a focus group “people would be suspicious” if the President fired Robert Mueller. White House Bureau Chief for the Washington Post Philip Rucker joins Craig Melvin to discuss.
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