President Donald Trump is headed to Colorado this morning to speak at the Air Force Academy graduation in Colorado Springs.
The Class of 2019 — the academy’s 61st class — will receive their diplomas and commissions in a ceremony that begins at 10:30 a.m. Thursday. The Thunderbirds will fly over Falcon bowl afterward.
The commander in chief’s visit comes a day after special counsel Robert Mueller spoke for the first time on his investigation of possible ties between Russia and the Trump administration.
In his statement Wednesday, Mueller aforementioned he had no authority to charge Trump with a crime but didn’t say the investigation clear him.
“If we had had confidence that the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have aforementioned so,” Mueller aforementioned, according to The Associated Press. “We did not however make a determination as to whether the president did commit a crime.”
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Trump tweeted in response Thursday morning: “The sterling Presidential Harassment in history. After disbursement $40,000,000 over two dark years, with unlimited access, people, resources and cooperation, extremely conflicted Robert Mueller would have brought charges, if he had thing, but there were no charges to bring!”
It’s the second visit by a Trump family member this month. Ivanka Trump, an adviser to her father, was regular to visit Lockheed Martin in early May to highlight work force development efforts. Instead, she met with first responders after the fatal shooting at STEM School in near Highlands Ranch on May 7.
This story is developing and will be updated.