The first point is very basic but it's critical to understanding the power of the Presidency, something which Donald Trump needs to ponder carefully and is very clear. The Chief Law Enforcement Officer of the United States is the President of the United States. All others who work in the Executive Branch, including the Secretaries and the Attorney General, work for him. He is the only one in the Executive Branch, excluding the few powers spelled out for the Vice President, who has his duties specified in the Constitution. So, if Trump wants to fire someone he can. It might create a political problem but it is not a legal one, and for Jeffrey Toobin and all the other supposed experts to question that just shows they don't know what they are talking about.
No one is clearer or more accurate on this point than talk show host Mark Levin, one of the best constitutional attorneys in the land and a former Chief of Staff for the Attorney General in the Reagan Administration. Now you might not like Levin due to his passion for conservatism, but he knows what he is talking about. His writing about the Constitution and what it says and means has been the subject of many best sellers as citizens yearn to know the truth, not just hear the politically correct version from the biased media.
So, if the President were to decide to fire Robert Mueller because of his clear bias which is seen in his appointment of Clinton Administration lawyers and financial contributors for his prosecution team, the President can easily make a case. It will need to be well thought out and those "swishy" RINOs will have to come on board with their own party for a change, but it can be done. At the very least the investigation should not be open ended; it needs to focus on those very items (collusion and obstruction) which began with rumors and has never shown real evidence to date, only unsubstantiated and unidentified source leaks. Only cowards and liars try to build a case that way.
And if you think this would load the deck against the progressive political point of view, you need to look no farther back than 1998 to see the hypocrisy of the Left. Bill Clinton had a staff "war room" with James Carville, Paul Begala and George Stephanopolous, "trashing" anyone who sought to gather information on Clinton, particularly Ken Starr, the Special Prosecutor. And now we have the same Stephanopoulos posing as and ABC lead newsman. Give me a break!
The things that those three did to Starr make Donald Trump's tweets look like something from a Sunday school picnic and he continues to use them to report to America since the media won't ever give him a fair hearing. Even the liberal bastion Harvard University recently released a media study which shows that over 80% of the President's press coverage has been negative. Never in American history has the Fourth Estate been so unbalanced.
So what should the President do? He needs to challenge Mueller, forcefully and publicly, and make sure that all Americans are aware of the travesty of justice that is underway. If he does, average Americans, the ones that go to work everyday and don't live on the dole will rise up in support. If they want to make it political, let good Americans take it to them. The Left doesn't have the numbers, just the noise.
Now go have a great Saturday and a reverent Sunday. See ya'.