President Trump lashed out against Special Counsel Robert Muller Friday hours before the expected filing of two key documents in the Russia investigation. Trump in his tweets accused Mueller of having "many" conflicts of interest that should be "listed at the top of" his report, including the fact that he worked with former FBI Director James Comey in the past. Trump also went after Andrew Weissmann, a member of Mueller's team, claiming he has a "horrible and vicious prosecutorial past" and that he "took down great companies." Finally, Trump attacked Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who he said is "totally conflicted" because he signed off on the renewal of a FISA warrant to surveil former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page.

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