Trump Makes Move, is Reportedly Considering Special Counsel Push for Alleged Hunter Biden Tax Fraud and Election Investigation

It is being reported that President Trump is still strategizing his next moves. Despite the recent electoral votes for Biden, President Trump has still not conceded the 2020 election, even though Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell has done so by acknowledging the ‘Biden/Harris’ administration as we reported recently.

It is now being reported, that with a new Attorney General and Deputy Attorney General coming in, (Jeff Rosen and Richard Donoghue), President Trump has been discussing special counsel pushes with White House Chief of staff Mark Meadows and impeachment defense attorney Pat Cipollone.

AP is reporting this and saying:

That’s according to several Trump administration officials and Republicans close to the White House who spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity to discuss private matters.

The reports imply that President Trump wants an investigation into the Hunter Biden tax fraud claims, as he is apparently furious that reports show it was possibly kept quiet due to the election. This may be related to Bill Barr’s recent resignation, but it’s unclear to us if this would involve him or not.

It’s also clear President Trump wants more done about the mail in and alleged fraud that potentially affected the 2020 presidential election in his view. This is a route that not too many people speculated on, and the AP report is questioning whether the new acting Attorney General Jeff Rosen will have the fortitude to manage these upcoming potential situations.

Meanwhile the investigation into the origins of the Russia probe against President Trump by John Durham is still ongoing.

It’s clear that although down, President Trump does not believe he is out, and whether or not he thinks he has a chance for this election, or if this is a move to shore up a possible 2024 campaign, he’s definitely making moves. We will see if the Trump administration opines on this AP report in the coming days.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *