Half of Americans believe President Donald Trump is the victim of a political "witch hunt", almost two years after the launch of the Russian Federation meddling investigation, a new poll showed Monday.
"At the same time, let it come out, let people see it", he told reporters on the south lawn of the White House as he prepared to leave for OH to speak at a tank plant.
"Now at the same time, let it come out, let people see it".
With Robert Mueller's findings expected any day, the president has grown increasingly confident the report will produce what he insisted all along - no clear evidence of a conspiracy between Russian Federation and his 2016 campaign.
Trump then spent several minutes slamming former Attorney General Jeff Sessions for recusing himself from the Russian Federation probe, bragged about his electoral college win, and pointed out that he got "63 million more" votes than Robert Mueller did.
In fact, Trump has told his inner circle that, if the report is underwhelming he will use Twitter and interviews to gloat over the findings, complain about the probe's cost and depict the entire investigation as an attempt to obstruct his agenda, according to advisers and confidants.
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"I had the greatest electoral victory - one of them - in the history of our country, tremendous success, tens of millions of voters and now somebody's going to write a report who never got a vote", he said.
No one knows exactly what Mueller will say, but Trump, his allies and members of Congress are trying to map out the post-probe political dynamics.
A majority of voters, or 58 percent, further said that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's recent remarks against impeaching Trump had no impact on their opinion. "And I don't get it".
The U.S. House of Representatives voted 420-0 last week on a non-binding resolution calling for Mueller's report to be released both to Congress and to the public, but it is not clear how the measure will fare in the Senate. It was a symbolic action created to pressure Barr into releasing as much information as possible.
"I know that he's conflicted, and I know that his best friend is [fired-FBI chief James] Comey who is a bad cop, and I know that there are other things, obviously".
Earlier this week, ABC News chief legal analyst and Mediaite founder Dan Abrams speculated that Trump's confidence about disclosing the report could be an indication that Trump has been tipped off to its contents.