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Impressive! Waterboard Mueller! I'm on it =D Mueller is the hit-man for the Obama Administration. I am certain he senses his arse is in a sling and will end the investigation with no corruption on the part of D.T. or his campaign. The win of the House has given him a bit of new life, but the Senate Judicial Committee can do the same thing the House Comm did. Mueller is corrupted and I'd like to see his bank account long-about the time of U-1.