Crooked Hill Road exit sign altered to read Crooked Hillary

Crooked Hill Road exit sign altered to read Crooked Hillary

Crooked Hill Road exit sign altered to read Crooked Hillary

The tweet came as news broke that special counsel Robert Mueller is investigating Trump personally for possible obstruction of justice.

The sign on Sagtikos Parkway in suburban New York City normally designates the exit for "Crooked Hill", but on Wednesday morning, someone reported to the New York State Department of Transportation that three letters - A-R-Y - had been added at the end of the name, Newsday reported.

US President Donald Trump, who claimed that the probe into his alleged obstruction of justice was "fake news", turns to Twitter to deflect charges and attack former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, her husband and the Democratic party. Trump's most recent grudge is that no one seems to be investigating the dealings of Democrats with the Russians Thursday while multiple investigations into his "non-dealings" with the Kremlin. "Why is that Hillary Clinton's family and Dems dealings with Russian Federation are not looked at, but my non-dealings are?"

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The obstruction of justice investigation into Trump began days after Comey was sacked on May 9, according to people familiar with the matter, the Washington Post said.

A Twitter account used previous year by the Hillary Clinton campaign sent out its first tweet in more than seven months on Thursday. Comey testified under oath earlier in June that Trump asked him during a one-on-one discussion to drop the probe.

But pretty much everyone just wanted to make sure that Trump understood the fact that he is the president of the United States and Clinton is not.

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On Monday night, National Security Agency chief Michael Rogers met with the Senate Intelligence Committee about those matters; Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats was doing the same around the time of the President's afternoon tweets.

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