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So perhaps the country is lucky that President Donald Trump's allies have floated the possibility that he might fire special counsel Robert Mueller.After Comey didn't let it go, Trump fired him too.With the appointment of Mueller, the near-universally praised former FBI director, it seemed the country would have a chance to take a breath and return to something like normal order.The president's friends are now pressing the argument that Mueller must go, too.Perhaps Trump could argue that Mueller's appointment was compromised because it was triggered by Comey's leak of one of his memos about Trump.Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein assured Congress Tuesday that he would obey a presidential order to fire Mueller only if it were "lawful and appropriate". Trump could conceivably then fire Rosenstein and keep issuing the order until someone carried it out.If Trump is wise, he'll leave Mueller in place and let this investigation run its course.
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