Special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation is part of a coup against Trump.

The fake news collusion narrative was deployed to launch a sprawling investigation into the Trump administration.

But new developments reveal Mueller’s scheme is even worse than you think.

Trump’s lawyers believe the special counsel is just weeks away from requesting an interview with the President.

And they are determined to manage the setting to limit Mueller’s trouble making.

The Washington Post reports:

“Special counsel Robert S. Mueller III has told President Trump’s legal team that his office is likely to seek an interview with the president, triggering a discussion among his attorneys about how to avoid a sit-down encounter or set limits on such a session, according to two people familiar with the talks.

Mueller raised the issue of interviewing Trump during a late-December meeting with the president’s lawyers John Dowd and Jay Sekulow. Mueller deputy James Quarles, who oversees the White House portion of the special counsel investigation, also attended.

The special counsel’s team could interview Trump soon on some limited portion of questions — possibly within the next several weeks, according to a person close to the president, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to describe internal conversations.

“This is moving faster than anyone really realizes,” the person said. Trump is comfortable participating in an interview and believes it would put to rest questions about whether his campaign coordinated with Russia in the 2016 election, the person added.”

But Mueller isn’t investigating collusion anymore.

He’s trained his sights on inventing grounds to charge Trump with obstruction of justice.

The swamp has pinned their hopes on the termination of former FBI Director James Comey as their best bet to remove the President.

Firing Comey cannot be an act of obstruction by itself.

As head of the executive branch, Trump is free to fire any employee for whatever reason.

He also has the ability to order the FBI Director to shut down any investigation he wants.

Trump cannot be charged with obstruction for executing his constitutional duties as President.

Mueller knows this.

So he wants to use the interview to trap Trump in a process crime.

If the President misremembers a date or a fact, then Mueller can claim he lied and charge him with making false statements.

Such a move would prove the investigation was a farce to begin with and was put into motion for the sole purpose of impeaching Trump.

We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this story.