President Donald Trump slammed the bias on Special Counsel Robert Mueller's team on Friday and in the process managed to sneak in a shot at twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
Talking to a group of reporters about the possibility of sitting down for an interview with Mueller, Trump said, "I would love to speak. I would love to. Nobody wants to speak more than me. I would love to speak because we've done nothing wrong."
Trump then highlighted how Mueller's team of prosecutors is overwhelmingly composed of Democrats, without a single registered Republican, suggesting that he might not be treated fairly due to political bias.
"Everybody sees it now and it is a pure witch hunt," Trump continued. "Right now, it's a pure witch hunt. Why don't we have Republicans looking also? Why aren't we having Republican people doing what all these Democrats are doing? It is a very unfair thing. If I thought it was fair, I would override my lawyers."
Trump then took a shot at Clinton, saying that some people on Mueller's team attended her election celebration, which he described as ultimately being her political "funeral."
"You have a group of investigators that are all Democrats, in some cases, they went to the Hillary Clinton celebration that turned out to be a funeral."