On the eve of the US President complained that any politician treated “worse and more unjust” than him
The US President Donald trump called attacks on him by political opponents and the media the largest in the history of the country “witch-hunt”.
“This is the biggest witch hunt in the face of a politician in American history,” trump wrote on his page on Twitter.
The day before, 17 may, member of the U.S. house of representatives from Texas Democrat al green is called for the impeachment of trump, accusing the President that he is stopping the investigation into his ties with Russia during the elections of 2016.
On the same day the U.S. Department of justice has appointed the former head of the FBI Robert Mueller special Prosecutor to investigate the case of possible Russian interference in presidential elections and ties Donald trump with Russian officials.
“Despite all the illegal actions that took place in the campaign Clinton and the [activities] of the Obama administration, then a special Prosecutor was not appointed”, — commented this decision trump.
Speaking Wednesday before the Academy graduates of the U.S. coast guard in Connecticut, trump said that with him as a politician treated the worst in history.
“Look at how I was recently threatened. Especially the media. Any politician in history, and that I still very softly expressed, not worse and more unjust,” said the President.
Monday, may 15, edition of the Washington Post has accused trump that during talks at the White house with Minister of foreign Affairs of Russia Sergey Lavrov and Russia’s Ambassador to the U.S. Sergei Kislyak, he shared with them the “information top secret” on the activities of the banned in Russia organization “Islamic state”.
Responding to accusations, trump said that the US President had every right to share with the representatives of Russia with information about “facts about terrorism and safety”.
“The humanitarian cause. Plus I want Russia significantly intensified its fight against ISIS and terrorism,” wrote trump on his Twitter.
In turn, the President of Russia Vladimir Putin has called the accusations against trump’s “political schizophrenia,” saying that the authors of such charges under anti-Russian slogans “rocking the political situation” in the United States.
“They either don’t understand what harm our country and then they are just stupid or they understand everything, and then they are dangerous and unscrupulous people,” — said Putin.