Trump tweets hit Hillary on Russian Federation, blame Freedom Caucus for bill failure

Washington D.C. [U.S.A.], March 28 (ANI): Asserting that his linkage with the Russian Federation story is a "hoax", U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday questions as to why the House Intelligence Committee is not investigating Bill and Hilary Clintons various ties with Moscow.

Trump and his White House team have spent weeks fending off allegations of inappropriate connections between the Trump campaign and Russian intelligence officials.

In a two part tweet, Trump accused the former First Lady of the State and said that a secret deal with Russian Federation helped the country import big Uranium from America.

Trump has been prolific, however, in tweeting about Russian Federation when it comes to attempting to divert attention from the ongoing House and Senate Intelligence Committee investigations of Trump, his family, and his staff.

President Donald Trump wants to know why the Clintons aren't being investigated for their ties to Russian Federation. His allegations derive from Russian Federation s nuclear power agency buying a controlling interest in a Toronto-based company, which has mines and mills in the US. Hillary Clinton was then serving as the secretary of state and was a part of the panel that approved the deal in 2015. Most of the matters Trump focused on have already been investigated and reported earlier. The bank was previously chaired by Russian President Vladimir Putin and is said to have major ties with Russian intelligence agencies.

The charges stem from Peter Schweizer's book Clinton Cash and an April, 2015 New York Times article. "#MAGA!" wrote Trump in two consecutive posts.

The gist of the fake story accused Hillary Clinton and her presidential campaign chairman, John Podesta, of running a child sex abuse ring through the Comet Ping Pong restaurant owned by James Alefantis.

"The Republican House Freedom Caucus was able to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory", the president tweeted. We can all have an opinion of how things are to be done, usually there are more ways to accomplish them, but insurance is something that should have been left up to the insurance companies.

And by going after the House Freedom Caucus, he's asking for trouble from a large group of House Republicans that's already showed it can scuttle legislation when it's not up to their standards.

Trump also reassured people over the health care bill failure, saying, "Do not worry, we are in very good shape!"

  • Leroy Wright