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by TrumpShop.Net on Aug 09, 2018

Daniel Quinn joined a “Treason Will Not Stand” rally in St. Petersburg, Fla., last month. (Eve Edelheit/Tampa Bay Times/AP) by Aaron Blake August 9 at 6:30 AM Email the author An attorney for President Trump once predicted that Robert S. Mueller III’s investigation would be done by Christmas — of 2017. When Rudolph W. Giuliani joined the president’s legal team in April, he predicted a resolution within “a week or two.” And on Wednesday, as news broke of Trump’s lawyers yet again rejecting Mueller’s offer of terms for an interview with Trump, Giuliani once again optimistically pegged an end date — Sept. 1. Given all that, it’s difficult to believe that the end may be approaching. Alas, things may be coming to a head. The most recent word from the Trump team is that it has issued what it considers something of a final offer to Mueller. In rejecting the special counsel’s latest proposed terms for an interview, The Washington Post’s Carol D. Leonnig reports, Trump’s attorneys maintain that questions related to obstruction of justice need to be off the table. “The multipage response represents what Trump’s lawyers expect to be their last word on Mueller’s request for a sit-down interview with the president in his Russia investigation,” Leonnig writes. Things can always change, of course, but continuing to negotiate now would risk looking like they had their bluff called. Which means we could be at an impasse, with no peaceable resolution in sight. Each side seems to be waiting for the other to fo

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