Donald Trump and his supporters are fed up with Robert Mueller’s witch hunt against the President.

The investigation has dragged on for months without producing any evidence of collusion with the Russians.

And now Donald Trump sent Mueller the one message he never wanted to hear.

Trump has refrained from attacking the special counsel by name on twitter.

But that all changed when Trump fired off two tweets blasting Mueller for stretching out his investigation for months.

These tweets followed a statement by John Dowd – who is one of the President’s attorneys – demanding that the Mueller probe be shut down since the President is innocent of any collusion and no evidence has been produced.

The Daily Beast reports:

“President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer, John Dowd, told The Daily Beast on Saturday morning that he hopes Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein will shut down special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into Russia’s election interference.

Reached for comment by email about the firing of former Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe, Dowd sent The Daily Beast the text of Trump’s most recent tweet on the subject, which applauded the dismissal.

“I pray that Acting Attorney General Rosenstein will follow the brilliant and courageous example of the FBI Office of Professional Responsibility and Attorney General Jeff Sessions and bring an end to alleged Russia Collusion investigation manufactured by McCabe’s boss James Comey based upon a fraudulent and corrupt Dossier,” Dowd then wrote.

In making the statement, a senior member of Trump’s legal team joins the calls from his base to end the probe. As late as mid-December, another Trump lawyer, Ty Cobb, had brushed aside talk of stopped Mueller’s investigation, stressing that there was “no consideration at the White House of terminating the special counsel.” The president himself has called the Mueller probe a “witch hunt,” but has not publicly urged Rosenstein to shutter it.

When The Daily Beast initially asked Dowd if he was speaking on behalf of the president, he answered, “Yes as his counsel.” After publication of this story, however, Dowd emailed to say he was actually speaking in his personal capacity, and not on the president’s behalf.”

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