Robert Mueller’s office breaks its silence to discredit anti-Trump claims

Michael Wolff, bestselling author of “Fire and Fury” the 2018 hit, is about to release another book, “Siege: Trump Under Fire,” which is reportedly already being proven false.

According to Fox News, “Siege” claims that Special Counsel Robert Mueller drew up an obstruction of justice indictment against President Trump. However, a spokesman for Mueller says the claim is inaccurate.

“Wolff’s follow-up anti-Trump book is scheduled to hit book stores on June 4 but The Guardian obtained an early copy,” Fox News reported.

“’Siege’ claims that Mueller ‘drew up a three-count obstruction of justice indictment against Donald Trump before deciding to shelve it,’ according to The Guardian’s Edward Helmore.”

Wolf also reportedly says that Mueller’s office had planned to charge Trump with “influencing, obstructing or impeding a pending proceeding,” “tampering with a witness, victim or informant” and “retaliating against a witness, victim or informant” but that those plans were “shelved.” These claims were made The Guardian reporter who claimed to have viewed the document that Mueller’s office says never existed.

“The documents described do not exist,” Mueller spokesman Peter Carr told Fox News.

Wolff has been accused of misrepresenting the access he was given at the White House and fabricating some of the events he described in “Fire and Fury” and it is being speculated that “Siege” might be found to have the same deficits if the accusations made by Mueller are correct.

“Questions over the provenance of the documents will only add to controversy and debate around the launch of Wolff’s eagerly awaited new book,” Helmore wrote. “The document is the most significant aspect of Wolff’s new book.”

Sanders said during a 2018 press briefing, “The book is mistake after mistake after mistake… I’m not going to waste my time or the country’s time going page by page correcting [the book].”

While promoting the first book on HBO’s “Real Time with Bill Maher,” Wolff said he was “absolutely sure” that President Trump was currently having an extramarital affair and teased that his book reveals the mistress if you “read between the lines.”