Trump has said that so many times, he probably recites it in his sleep. Well, we'll just have to wait and see what Mueller says about that. And Mueller best hurry; he obviously is in Trump's sights, and with Stormy a greater threat than Mueller and closing in fast, Trump needs a major, major diversion, especially with Stormy on 60 Minutes next Sunday. So, how about this in a week or so: Trump fires Sessions. Trump appoints Rudolph Giuliani as AG and orders him to fire Rosenstein AND Mueller. Giuliani follows orders and the Republican Congress goes nuts for a few days. Ryan and McConnell issue statements to the effect "I wish he hadn't done that." Then things quiet down and back to Republican business as usual. The only voices you hear of indignation are from Democrats. One thing Trump does not do is proclaim over and over that there was no "obstruction of justice," because we all know there was when he fired Comey and bragged to the Russians that he had taken "the pressure off." The same will happen when he fires Mueller, but Republicans are in charge and after a few days of angst will let him skate free. So now it's up to voters and the mid-terms in November.