The Mueller investigation is the story that just won’t die. As you may recall—unless you’ve lived under a rock for Trump’s entire presidency—Special Counsel Robert Mueller led a two-year investigation into whether President Trump and his campaign worked with the Russians to influence the 2016 election. Mueller’s team was chock-full of Democrats, which very likely shaped the course of the investigation. Despite finding no evidence to corroborate the claim, the Mueller team inexplicably published a second part of the infamous Mueller Report that supposedly alleged obstruction of justice by Trump.

President Trump has had enough of his reputation being tainted by Mueller and his team. Trump tweeted that his reputation had been “badly tainted and, in my opinion, [the report] should be thrown out. Even Mueller’s statement to Congress that he did not see me to become the FBI Director (again), has been proven false. The whole deal was a total SCAM. It I wasn’t President, I’d be suing everyone all over the place… BUT MAYBE I STILL WILL. WITCH HUNT!”

Although it is unclear on what grounds the president would have standing to sue Mueller, he has ample reasons to be frustrated by Mueller and the entire Russian affair. As you may recall, Trump advisor Carter Page was spied on using a FISA warrant that was obtained based on crazy allegations that were compiled in a dossier by former British Spy Christopher Steele. Steele was hired by Fusion GPS, which was paid by the Democrat National Committee to find dirt on Trump.

Based on these unfounded allegations (again, provided by an operative paid by the DNC), the FBI began spying on the Trump campaign. The FISA warrant that permitted this spying was obtained using a doctored document written by an FBI lawyer.

CNN reported that “the finding is expected to be part of Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s review of the FBI’s effort to obtain warrants under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act on Carter Page, a former Trump campaign aide. Horowitz turned over evidence on the allegedly altered document to John Durham, the federal prosecutor appointed early this year by Attorney General William Barr to conduct a broad investigation of intelligence gathered for the Russia probe by the CIA and other agencies, including the FBI. The altered document is also at least one focus of Durham’s criminal probe…

It’s unknown how significant a role the altered document played in the FBI’s investigation of Page. The alterations were significant enough to have shifted the document’s meaning and came up during a part of Horowitz’s FISA review where details were classified, according to the sources.”

Last year, DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz found that there were 17 instances of inaccuracies and omissions in the FISA report that kick-started the spying on the Trump campaign.

Despite overwhelming evidence that Trump was the victim of a politically-biased investigation, the media is spinning the story to fit their narrative by falsely claiming that Trump isn’t telling the truth.

The Hill spun the story by parsing Trump’s words, writing, “Trump, appearing to refer to the Stone case, tweeted it was conducted by “Mueller prosecutors,” though only two of the four prosecutors on the case worked for the former special counsel. The president also inaccurately claimed that Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election was “illegally set up” based in part on a dossier of salacious allegations about him.”

The Hill should get their facts straight because Trump was mostly correct in what he said. Although he might be blustering about suing Mueller, there is ample reason for him to be upset about how he has been treated by Mueller and the Obama administration’s national security apparatus.

But will Trump ever have an actual day in court? It’s too soon to tell.