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Trump leveled the charge in a Tuesday morning tweet where he labeled Mueller's probe of Russian election interference a 'rigged Russia Witch Hunt'.

Trump has repeatedly referred to Mueller's team as "13 angry Democrats", although Mueller is a Republican.

"It's a Rigged Witch Hunt, that's why!"

The president's latest false narrative-that an FBI informant illegally spied on his presidential campaign for political purposes-is likely to stick around for a while, after Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein last week agreed to expand an existing investigation to look into Trump's allegation. "There was no Collusion, except by the Democrats".

Rudy Giuliani, Trump's personal lawyer, told the Times on Tuesday that the president would have been within his bounds to ask Sessions to reverse the recusal.

Then Trump pivoted sharply back to the Mueller investigation, which he has elevated in status to "Rigged Witch Hunt".

The president fired off six tweets touching on an array of topics, like an upcoming potential North Korea summit, and again accused Special Counsel Robert Mueller's team of investigators of being "13 Angry Democrats" who meant to affect the midterm elections this fall.

"Members of Congress, Democrats and Republicans", Giuliani said, nonetheless, "are going to be informed a lot by their constituents".

Trump made the comments after attacking his former opponent Hillary Clinton and former President Obama for receiving campaign contributions from Blackburn's opponent, former Gov. Phil Bredesen (D-Tenn.). "Ask them if they enjoyed her after election celebration!" he wrote.

There is no evidence to suggest that the source, former University of Cambridge professor Stefan A. Halper, was inserted into the campaign, as the president has suggested, but he did seek out and meet several Trump campaign advisers.

Gowdy said Trump should be "heartened" by the fact all of the top agents in the Justice Department are his own appointees. Trump has dubbed the conspiracy "Spygate".

In a confused and disjointed appearance on CNN's State of the Union hosted by Dana Bash this Sunday, former Director of National IntelligenceJames Clapper responded to one of the most burning questions of Spygate with a nonsensical response.