Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation has gone on for months.

With every passing day, it becomes more likely Trump will fire him.

And one smoking gun was just revealed that will likely cause Trump to fire him.

A lawyer for Donald Trump’s transition team just dropped an allegation that Robert Mueller unlawfully received tens of thousands of emails for his infamous Russia probe.

In a letter to congressional committees, Kory Langhofer stated the General Services Administration “unlawfully produced” private emails, much of which contained privileged information, and that information was used as a part of Mueller’s Russia probe.

This new information is fueling speculation, and giving justification, for President Donald Trump to fire Robert Mueller.

As reported by Breitbart:

“A lawyer for Donald Trump’s transition team has alleged special counsel Robert Mueller unlawfully received tens of thousands of emails, in the latest attack on the credibility of the probe into Russian meddling in the US election.

With the ex-FBI director’s investigation making inroads into the president’s inner circle in recent weeks, Republicans have cast doubt on its impartiality and pressed for a new independent prosecutor to investigate anti-Trump bias.

This, in turn, has led to speculation that the administration could be laying the groundwork for firing Mueller.

In a letter to congressional committees, Trump campaign lawyer Kory Langhofer alleged the General Services Administration (GSA) “unlawfully produced” private materials, including privileged communications which Mueller then used as part of his Russia probe.

GSA is the government agency which supports presidential transitions — the interim period after a new president is elected but before he takes office.

Langhofer wrote that Mueller’s office “received from the GSA tens of thousands of emails, including a very significant volume of privileged material,” according to a copy of the letter published by Politico.

The letter added that a warrant should have been obtained for such materials, and said it violated the Presidential Transition Act.

A spokesman for Mueller, Peter Carr, responded on Sunday to the accusations to CNN.

“When we have obtained emails in the course of our ongoing criminal investigation, we have secured either the account owner’s consent or appropriate criminal process,” CNN quoted him as saying.”

Robert Mueller clearly crossed a line.

And it’s coming back to bite him.

After spending months trying to claim his investigation is not politically motivated, and that he is impartial, this information is casting serious doubt.

Many on the fence about the investigation are starting to see through it because of this new development.

This new allegation also brings the rest of his investigation into question.

If he did indeed obtain those emails illegally and questioned people based on that information, the results of those interviews could become unusable.

Regardless of what comes from these allegations, it is just another example of the dishonesty of the anti-Trump left.

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