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Arizona GOP Sen. Jeff Flake on Thursday announced his intention to “ask for unanimous consent” to vote on legislation that would “protect” Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

Flake, alongside Sen. Chris Coons, D-Del., will make the request next week when the Senate assembles, the Arizona lawmaker tweeted.

The article goes on to state the following:

“When the Senate convenes next week, @ChrisCoons and I will ask for unanimous consent to bring S.2644, the Special Counsel Independence and Integrity Act, to a vote on the Senate floor,” he tweeted. “After the firing of The AG, it is more important than ever to protect the Special Counsel.”

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  1. Sometimes it’s hard getting up in the morning to hear crap like this. I don’t know how Trump handles it. I really want to smack a lot of people

    • Agreed. Some days I don’t even want to turn on the computer. This “bill” Flake and the Dem dude are proposing seems to me like nothing more than harassment. Nothing has been done to impede Mueller, and Trump has had almost two years to end the phone collusion investigation.

  2. Flake another POS rino..
    What are you hiding flake…
    Shove that nose aa far as you can upcthe democrats buttocks.
    You will never be President…..
    Ass hat..

  3. I thought that Mueller was releasing his report after the midterms? Well it’s after, let’s go, release the report. Or did the outcome of the midterms go the wrong way for him?

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