Right After Trump Gave Orders For Hillary And Comey's Prosecution, See What White house Lawyers Did

According to reports, President Donald Trump gave orders last spring for the prosecution of then democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and former FBI director James Comey. Sadly, the president's order landed on
deaf ears as it prompted White House lawyers to prepare a memo warning the president that he could be impeached if he went any further with his order.

Former Councel Don McGahn who prompted the White House lawyers to prepare the memo that warned the president of possible impeachment told Trump he had no authority to order the prosecution of Hillary Clinton and James Comey. McGahn went further to say that such a request by the president could lead to accusations of abuse of power.

Despite impeachment threat, President Trump never gave up on his move to prosecute his long time adversaries as he has continued to privately discuss the matter and he is about to bring in a new special counsel to investigate both Clinton on Comey.