Readers Respond To Latest In The Trump-Russia Probe, Anthony Scaramucci’s Resignation, And Health Care

It’s been quite a week.

Special counsel Robert Mueller moved to impanel a grand jury in the Trump campaign-Russia investigation. Anthony Scaramucci announced his resignation after just 10 days as White House communications director. We learned more about President Donald Trump’s new chief of staff, John Kelly. And Trump is once again threatening to explode Obamacare.

Through HuffPost’s chat bot on Messenger, which features top headlines curated by Editor-in-Chief Lydia Polgreen, we asked you to send in your thoughts about these stories. Below is some of the feedback we’ve received. 

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The quotes below have been lightly edited and condensed for clarity. 

Special counsel Robert Mueller leaves after a closed meeting with members of the Senate Judiciary Committee June 21, 2017 at the Capitol in Washington, D.C. (Alex Wong via Getty Images)

Special Counsel Robert Mueller Reportedly Assembles Grand Jury, Ramping Up Russia Probe

“I honestly want to know how Trump isn’t impeached yet, and why security clearances haven’t been stripped from members of his administration that are under investigation, and have lied and recused themselves. If this were a Democrat, Republicans would’ve set the White House on fire by now.” — Stephanie Letta

“Mueller is grasping at straws. Searching every commercial transaction Trump has ever done, fishing for something in his past is far beyond just a Russia probe. He is looking to overturn the election. Hillary and company have lots of evidence against them yet you spend zero time on her.” — Sean Glazier

Former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci talks with reporters and members of the media outside the West Wing at the White House in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday, July 25, 2017. (The Washington Post via Getty Images)

Why The Mooch Lost His Cool 

“The single best thing about this story is about the president. The president realized quickly that he made a mistake with Mooch, and acted immediately to correct it. That speaks very highly of the president.” — J. Dale Debber

“While I hate to say it, at some level he is right. We’ve seen a decline in the functionality of press briefings because the 24-hour news cycle has made politicians resistant to making off-the-cuff remarks. The only thing that makes Scaramucci any different than other Republicans is that most Republicans only use obscene language behind closed…

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