Fox's Gregg Jarrett: Mueller can't be special counsel because he interviewed with Trump to be FBI director

Jarrett: Mueller is “being dishonest and deceptive” because he didn't tell Trump about the special counsel

From the December 7 edition of Fox News' Hannity:

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GREGG JARRETT: There are two conflicts of interest that could get Mueller fired. The first one is Mueller interviewed with the president for [Former FBI Director James] Comey's job --

SEAN HANNITY (HOST): The day before.

JARRETT: That's right. Then the next day takes the job as special counsel. Think about that. Sitting across from the man who is posing questions, and Mueller is not telling the president. He's being dishonest and deceptive and he's involved in the aftermath of the Comey firing which is the subject of the special counsel investigation. That disqualifies him, it's mandatory under the law. The other is his close friendship, also a mandatory disqualification, his close friendship with Comey. Mueller has refused to resign or step aside, it is time that the attorney general unrecuse himself, replace Mueller and clean up this staff that is rife with political bias and corrupt motives.


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