President Donald J. Trump urged the Democratic opposition to stop unfounded investigations into his business, and to redirect their inquiries in the direction of the Obama’s “ridiculous” contract with Netflix, Fox News reported.
The president also pointed out that another possible object of investigation would be the contract signed by former president Barack Obama to publish his memoirs, not before recalling the failure of special counsel Robert Mueller.
After two years of unsuccessful investigations, and having spent tens of millions of taxpayer dollars, Mueller finished the investigation into President Trump’s alleged collusion with Russia, and his alleged attempt to obstruct this investigation.
“House Judiciary has given up on the Mueller Report, sadly for them after two years and $40,000,000 spent: ZERO COLLUSION, ZERO OBSTRUCTION,” the president wrote Monday on his Twitter account.
“So they say, OK, let’s look at everything else, and all the deals that ‘Trump’ has done over his lifetime. But it doesn’t work that way,” he added.
President Trump’s remarks come after Democrats won a majority in the House of Representatives in the 2018 midterm elections.
From that moment on, they began to launch multiple accusations about the president’s finances and personal business, attempts that President Trump himself has frustrated through stonewalling subpoenas.
“I have a better idea. Look at the Obama Book deal, or the ridiculous Netflix deal. Then look at all the deals made by the Dems in Congress, the ‘Congressional Slush Fund’ and, lastly, the IG reports. Take a look at them. Those investigations would be over FAST,” he concluded.
Last month, the Obamas premiered the first of their seven projects on Netflix. It is a film produced by their recently created company Higher Ground Productions, entitled “American Factory,” which received enormous support in the media.
The film, narrated as if it were a documentary, seems to carry strong political content and is based on the story of a Chinese billionaire who reopened a factory in Ohio, in what was an abandoned General Motors plant, and hired 2,000 Americans.
The workers from communist China taught the values of the totalitarian regime to the Americans, making the factory prosperous despite the countless American blunders, which even led to millions in losses.
“We lost sight of the fact that China is still a communist country. It still has a vast Leninist structure of international influence projection through the United Front Work Department and other instruments of party and state organization, infiltration, and propaganda,” Clifton B. Parker, communicator of the Hoover institution, warned in 2018.
“That global propaganda apparatus has been vastly expanded and modernized in recent years,” he detailed in his analysis of “sharp power,” the strategy used by China’s communist regime to influence the world.