Trump Fires US Attorney Preet Bharara After He Refuses To Quit

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The speculation over whether Trump would or would not fire the US attorney for the Southern District of New York, Preet Bharara, who earlier reportedly said he would not resign on his own, came to a close a 2:29pm ET when Preet Bharara, tweeting from his private Twitter account, announced he had been fired.

"I did not resign. Moments ago I was fired. Being the US Attorney in SDNY will forever be the greatest honor of my professional life."

Bharara’s dismissal ended an "extraordinary" showdown in which a political appointee who was named by Mr. Trump’s predecessor, President Barack Obama, declined an order to submit a resignation.

“I did not resign. Moments ago I was fired. Being the US Attorney in SDNY will forever be the greatest honor of my professional life,” Mr. Bharara wrote on his personal Twitter feed, which he set up in the last two weeks. Bharara was among 46 holdover Obama appointees who were called by the acting deputy attorney general on Friday and told to immediately submit resignations and plan to clear out of their offices. But Bharara, who was called to Trump Tower for a meeting with the incoming president in late November 2016, declined to do so.

As reported previously, Bharara said he was asked by Trump to remain in his current post at the meeting. Bharara met with Trump at Trump Tower, and then addressed reporters afterward. Before the firing, one of New York’s top elected Republicans voiced support for Bharara on Saturday.

The Southern District of New York, which Bharara has overseen since 2009, encompasses Manhattan, Trump’s home before he was elected president, as well as the Bronx, Westchester, and other counties north of New York City. Last weekend, Trump accused Barack Obama of wiretapping Trump Tower in Manhattan, an allegation which various Congressmen have said they will launch a probe into.

And now the speculation will begin in earnest why just three months after Bharara, who at the time was conducting a corruption investigation into NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio as well as into aides of NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo, told the press that Trump had asked him to "stay on" he is being fired and whether this may indicate that the NYSD has perhaps opened a probe into Trump himself as some have speculated. For more on the unexpected break between the two, read here.

Earlier on Saturday, ProPublica's Jesse Eisinger proposed some good ideas in tweet format over the tension between Trump and Bharara, as follows:

  1. The Preet Bharara drama began with a mystery: Why did Trump ask him to stay on in November, after their meeting in Trump Tower?
  2. Why would Trump ask @USAttyBharara, an ostensibly tough US attorney and--more importantly here-- former Schumer aide, to stay on?
  3. Was Schumer making a deal? Trump & Schumer go way back in NY politics. What was @PreetBharara going to do in return?
  4. Maybe Trump liked that @PreetBharara going after high-profile NY Dems. Maybe he thought it would look worse for his appointee to do so.
  5. Or maybe Trump just liked the cut of @PreetBharara's jib and made the decision in a split-second, on instinct.
  6. So what's changed? Did SDNY start some kind of investigation of Trump? Is Preet collateral damage in Trump's war vs the bureaucracy?
  7. & what does this mean for ongoing Cuomo & DeBlasio investigations? Would indictments from, say, USAtty Marc Mukasey be viewed the same?
  8. That is, if Trump actually fires @USAttyBharara, who then becomes just @PreetBharara.
  9. And is Trump launching the political career of @PreetBharara by martyring him?
  10. Irrespective, it's great for @USAttyBharara, who didn't prosecute Wall St banks after the finl crisis & suffered no reputational damage.

To be sure, moments after the resignation, some of Trump's most vocal opponents promptly took the president to task over the decision:

Finally, as a reminder, in 1993 Jeff Sessions was fired by Bill Clinton's Attorney General Janet Reno in exactly the same way.

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pot_and_kettle's picture

Resign means resign. If that's so fucking hard to understand, then " you're fired ".

buckstopshere's picture

He's eligible for unemployment benefits if he's fired.

MillionDollarBonus_'s picture

Trump has only been in office for just over a month, and already we have had nothing but scandals. Every day, more and more evidence emerges of Trump’s “Russian ties”, which should be deeply concerning to every freedom-loving American. The human rights of undocumented immigrants are being threatened daily now by border patrol agents, and families living in sanctuary cities are now being threatened with deportation. Trump is a textbook fascist, and he will go down in history as the most incompetent, evil and corrupt president in US history, even more so than Andrew Jackson. 

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Berspankme's picture

Really? I love me some Andrew Jackson

Save_America1st's picture

well like I said on the earlier thread like just an hour ago about this fuck face who wouldn't quit:


he wants Trump to fire him?  This guy must live in a cave and not know who he's dealing with.


and for good measure:

Logan 5's picture

Drop off the key Lee... (& don't let the door hit you in your Obama stuffed ass on the way out).

Pinto Currency's picture

"... Being the US Attorney in SDNY will forever be the greatest honor of my professional life. ..."

And the Peter principal writ large.

Chupacabra-322's picture

Now he knows exactly what it feels like to be found "Guilty by Association." No doubt War Criminal Treasonous Seditious Pure Evil Psychopath Obama's Lair two miles away is in the White Hats Cross Hairs.

Obama would be wise to leave DC peacefully while you still can brother. This is the White Hats final warning.

xythras's picture
xythras (not verified) Chupacabra-322 Mar 11, 2017 4:59 PM

Sessions put on the big boy pants in this administration. Trump apparently gave in, hopefully just for the moment. 

YOU’RE FIRED: Trump Administration Orders Resignation of Remaining Obama-era US Attorneys


AVmaster's picture

This is standard procedure but since its trump all the leftards just HAVE to say something....


These people are so obsessed with politics that they probably complain if their poop has corn in it or has a weird color... Our MSM is to blame for this shit...


Seriously, this country needs to focus on something else for once...

jcaz's picture

Back to the 7-11, Apu-  gimme a Slurpee, stat.

nmewn's picture

Given the opportunity to resign with his dignity intact, he refused...hmmm...makes one wonder who Preet's NOT been investigating.

nmewn's picture

lmao!...ahhh, the trials & travails of rich, semi-famous, Kalifornia trust fund baby trannies where...even the housekeeper, has a helper. It must be a tough

I think I was triggered ;-) 

Knob Creek's picture

Do you suppose that's a glue on beard Chaz is sportin'???

nmewn's picture

Here we go...

It seems the non-firable bureaucratic denizens of the EPA should I put this...objecting to..."Change" In fact, like snowflakes outside of government, its offering Faaarrreee! seminars to deal with all "their stress" by something called the...Employee Counseling & Assistance Program...

...was anyone even aware that OUR EMPLOYEES had something called an Employee Counseling & Assistance Program? Was this something former EPA Secretary Lisa Jackson (aka Richard her private email while at the EPA) implemented?



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New_Meat's picture

Joe Pulitzer and Al Nobel both rollin' in their graves, seein' what has become of their prizes.  Pulitzer fiction was supposed to be about American subjects, then Pearl Buck won it for a propaganda piece about communist Chinese.  And of course, Al "Kaboom" Nobel wanted Peace and got o.

espirit's picture

Swamp leeches have to be pulled off the host, then fired.

So many more to go...

jeff montanye's picture

well, chain saws clearing brush or no, if this guy didn't prosecute the banksters and suffered no career damage, fuck him, fair enough.

but if any here think that, say, mark mukasey is a better idea you are unlikely to be correct: "Marc L. Mukasey, a top white-collar criminal defense lawyer who works at the same law firm as Rudy Giuliani, is on the Trump transition team’s short list to replace Manhattan US Attorney Preet Bharara".  

that seems as likely to get an effective bankster prosecutor as it did when eric holder came from a similar incubator.

and it is worth noting that his father, michael mukasey, and "Alvin K Hellerstein have been the Israeli connected, Talmudic tag-team of NY federal judges that have dominated 9/11 related litigation.  They’ve effectively prevented all cases from the victims’ families from being heard in court and ensuring the maximum payout for the Zionist duo of Silverstein and Lowy from the insurance companies.

Alvin Hellerstein is tied to 9/11 directly in his role as head gatekeeper on all 9/11 claims, preventing legal discovery, wrongful death and personal injury lawsuits from trial. Judge Hellerstein is also intimately connected to other key Israeli players of the 9/11 massacre on multiple layers through his son, Joseph. Joseph Hellerstein worked for an Israeli law firm, Amit, Pollack and Matalon, which represented ICTS, the Israeli firm implicated in the attacks via passenger screening and airline security at Newark, Boston Logan, and Dulles, the departure sites of the hijacked aircraft.

ICTS is owned by two Israelis, Ezra Harel and Menachem Atzmon, who was convicted in Israel of fraud with partner and mayor of Jerusalem, Ehud Olmert.  Olmert later became prime minister of Israel. Olmert incidentally also made a secret trip to meet with then mayor of NYC, Rudy Guiliani on the eve of 9/11, ostensibly to oversee their plot.  He and other Israeli officials were allowed to leave the US aboard an El Al plane when all other planes were grounded on 9/11 (except of course for the bin laden family, ed.).  ICTS was implicated in the 7/7 bombings in London as well.

Hellerstein and Mukasey just so happen to attend the exact same Orthodox, Zionist, Kehilath Jeshrun synagogue in Manhattan.  The synagogue openly states that it is “deeply committed to the State of Israel and its citizens.”  How would Americans feel if Pakistani Jihadists at the behest of Pakistan were implicated in 9/11 and two Pakistani Jihadist Judges, who attended the same “radical” mosque, were blocking trials for the victims’ families to pursue legal discovery and preventing any presentation of evidence in a wrongful death suit against an airline security intimately connected to one of the aforementioned judges?

Hellerstein recently effectively blocked the last victim’s family, the Bavises, from ever having a day of trial against the government and airport security, forcing them to settle out of court after a decade of his dedicated gatekeeping. His callous quote to the 96 families of victims of 9/11 will live in infamy: “We have to get past 9/11. Let it go. Life is beautiful. Life is short. Live out your years. Take the award.” Both father and son Hellerstein also worked for Stroock, Stroock, and Lavan, a Rothschild funded law firm which, incidentally, represented Larry Silverstein in his bid to lease the towers.  How many conflicts of interests can you count?

Michael Mukasey along with Michael Chertoff, both key suspects in the 9/11 cover-up, also worked hand and glove in the first false flag bombing of the WTC in 1993. Chertoff was the lead prosecutor and Mukasey was the judge presiding over the fraudulent trial of the “Blind Sheikh”, Omar Abdel Rahman in the aftermath of the false flag bombing at WTC in 1993. The “Blind Sheikh” at the beginning of the trial asked Mukasey to remove himself from the trial given his severe bias towards the state of Israel.  Mukasey, who had not permitted the “blind sheikh” the services of his choice of attorney and who also prevented the “blind sheikh” from his due process denying him the right to have an expert witness explain Islam to the ignorant jury, curtly refused this motion from the defendant.  After his sentencing, the “Blind Sheikh”, among other anomalies and inconsistencies of the prosecution’s case, patiently explained that it was impossible for him to form a terrorist group while being incarcerated thousands of miles away during its creation. He was repeatedly and rudely interrupted by an irate and indignant Mukasey as the sheikh painstakingly debunked the fraudulent proceedings of the trial.

In the 9/11 attacks Mukasey’s role was multifaceted.  He oversaw the detained witnesses and suspects including the 5 dancing Israeli Mossad agents at the behest of then Assistant Attorney General at the Department of Justice, Michael Chertoff, the son of a founding member of the Mossad.  Mukasey’s greatest contribution to 9/11, however, might be his judgment in the case of Larry Silverstein, owner of the lease of the WTC complex against his insurance company.  He judged that the two towers were separate instances of terrorism and as such awarded double the insurance settlement to the tune of $4.6 billion."

In June 2003, Democratic New York Senator Charles Schumer submitted Mukasey's name, along with four other Republicans or Republican appointees, as a suggestion for Bush to consider for nomination to the Supreme Court


On the March 18, 2007, episode of Meet the Press, Schumer suggested Mukasey as a potential Attorney General nominee, a job he did get.

oh, and p.s. speaking of michael chertoff, his cousin, Benjamin Chertoff ‘coincidentally’ penned the Popular Mechanics hit piece against the 9/11 “truth movement” called “Debunking 9/11 Lies.”

see, it all really does fit together.


nmewn's picture

Is that a long way of saying before Preet was the district attorney he was chief counsel to Schumer and in his capacity as district attorney he dropped the case against governor Cuomo's staffers and the Moreland Commissions findings?

What a guy ;-)

BobEore's picture

Is that a short way of diverting attention from the basic message the guy just delivered = which is that the one thing guaranteed from all of this is that from here on things will only get more banksterized in the NYC Prosecuting Attorney Dept?

Surely seems so; especially when, in accord with what appears to be the mandate of TRUMP HUMPSTERS here, you seem obligated to fix attention on what Bharara DIDN'T get done on his watch - so as to possibly avoid discussion of what he did???

That being the obvious case, I'm gonna just drop this pertinent quote from my comment previous right here to remind all those who could be taken in by such a cheap device that the record is not going to go away - just because you wish it would.

"His office  twice forced Citibank to  pay substantial sums in 2012 and 2014 for  pushing risky loans. In 2012  it also pursued, and won, a mortgage-fraud  case against Bank of  America.

Several  of Bernie Madoff's  associates we convicted as a result of Bharara's  office's work.  Madoff's bank, JPMorgan, forfeited $1.7 billion in a  separate settlement."

One thing you can be SURE of, as to this administration's coming accomplishments - there will be no settlements sought or won against Wall St Banksters. POTUS is into them for way too much money. Preet's departure is just the start of a long, no money down, easy payments plan they've scratched out on a pad in simple enough terms even the Donald can understand!

Hilarious. We're only a couple months into this operetta, and most of the crew what used to spend most of their time here screaming for the BANKSTER'S necks are already mobilized to SERVE N PROTECT same, full time!


nmewn's picture

I'll be brief.

I surmise you think Preet did a fantastic job of catching the small fish while letting the big fish go free? There is no other way to say it.

I would remind you that Trump has said he wants a modern Glass-Steagell, that was the barrier keeping the large commercial sharks away from the small fish, not some lame ass Dodd-Frank law (crafted by Wall Street cronies) allowing the sharks to swim through a narrowly defined regulatory channel into the schools of small fish, giving Preet and his ilk something or someone to investigate, a vast make-work fishing project. Its complete & utter bullshit which may be great for news print but does nothing to solve the overall problem of what government did when it was repealed.

Personally I'm sick & tired of tinkering around the edges, fostering bureaucracies that grow up for things unneeded and unwanted just for the sake of some politician or DA saying "Look at what we did for you!"

BobEore's picture

While I appreciate the cogency of your response, it's another example of the crippling lack of any awareness of the outside world which has infected Americans increasingly over the past decade.

ALL of the intiricacies of stateside politics which the punters obsess over here daily are a whole lot o nuthin in comparison to the one missing detail which I've attempted to bring to the attention of the assembled cast. Ergo, your surmise is not only incorrect, but irrelevant, as I haven't that much interest in what he has done in NY town, other than to point out how skewed the record is made to seem by sectarian parties.

Here's the real deal: the Reza Zarrab trial which Preet was heading the .gov case for is the biggest factor in the international political arena by far and away right now. Does it matter if 99 out of 100 Americans do not know that? no... it does not.

His being taken off that thing is bigger than big. Reza is being used as a weapon against Turkey and a leverage point with Iran. (I shouldn't even need at this point to mention by whom, but realizing that this is an audience for which even to mention israeli control over American foreign and domestic policy is a long draw on the straw, I'll just leave that hint and be done with it.) His testimony, if it ever happens now, could blow the lid off of both regimes... plus a great deal more.

Really, we are talking about completely separate issues. And however long it take for Americans to catch up, the fallout from the real story here may affect their futures far more than any realize. Bharara is the baby being thrown out with the bathwater, and the animus towards him here bespeaks the almost total ignorance of most Americans now of people and events which will decide their own futures! 

nmewn's picture

If there is anything I care less about, it is your opinion of me or Americans, which would be even less than your OT introduction of international intrigue relating to the snot nosed brat children of Turkish elites conspiring to evade sanctions on Iran and being caught.

Furthermore, just because Preet is no longer "on the case" only means one thing as thrice-national Reza is in custody here (ignorant fucktard that he is he will either roll on how the operation worked and who his contacts were to get a lighter sentence or he will rot in jail, as just because the prosecutor name has changed means nothing to the overall case against him.

BobEore's picture

Way too defensive bud.

Looks like something got up your nose about not being able to work the usual majic. Pointing out a blind spot in Americans peripheral  vision is not passing an opinion on Americans. Stop with the drama queen schtick.

Nothing LESS 'OT' in the world than the reference to the international dimensions of this affair... you can't acknowledge, or even see that, then I gave you way too much credit in calling your previous response 'cogent.' Just more smoke it would seem, covering up a typical mind-controlled denizen of Gulagistan. 

best of luck... nothing personal at this end. I come to argue ideas, not personalities. 

nmewn's picture

Calling me (and all Americans) ignorant and then saying "nothing personal" (lol) as some sort of half-assed passive-aggressive apology isn't going to cut it with me...but its typical of the sociopathic personality disorder I've come to know from your little corner of the world.

Because Chuck Schumer's boi (Preet) was couselor to a jooo (Schumer is a jooo, you know?) got shit canned for not gracefully stepping aside he (Preet) showing his complete lack of responsibility to perform his duties (Preet is an appointment, he is not elected)...and a lack of humility to go along with an arrogance only to be found in someone with political motivations instead of justice have extrapolated a tenuous "idea" onto a criminal act in the country that...Reza...ignorant fucktard that he is...entered in to at Miami and is now being held in jail for.

Let me enlighten you son, Iran does not give a flying fuck about Reza anymore so there is no leverage to be had. Turkey, outside of being humiliated yet again on the world stage by being shown as a breeding ground for self-centered, snot nosed brat elite children of the connected class Erdogan nurtures would only like Reza back on its soil so it is not shown yet again to be the corrupt, rotting from the head down cess-pool that it is.

Throughout this exchange you have shown me more than you have wished to show me by what you chose to omit. You ascribe things that are things that are is called a delusion or an obfuscation, not an idea, you choose. Preet's short life as a cog in the wheel of the prosecutorial state and as a potential political animal waiting in the wings owes his allegiance to...a jooo.

His name is Chuck Schumer and he is a very big fish who Preet chose not to fry.

IndyPat's picture

..."It seems the non-firable bureaucratic denizens..."

I really, really wanna see President Trump test this non-firable chickenshit.

Betcha when the Dept budget gets reduced to the point the bureaucrats have to hold a bake sale just to buy toilet paper, we could see some uuuugeee layoffs.

The Gipper flexed some big ol' nuts when it came to pink slips, because fuck those guys.

Have the capitol park police roll up in U-Hauls.

nmewn's picture

"Betcha when the Dept budget gets reduced to the point the bureaucrats have to hold a bake sale just to buy toilet paper, we could see some uuuugeee layoffs."

The taxpayers need a fighter, a street brawler.

Someone who can explain to the special snowflake parasites of this country in no uncertain terms that just because "they want something" it is not the same thing as needing something and these "tenured" parasitical bureaucrats who make their living off of confusing the special snowflakes out here as to what the difference is between needs & wants have to be the first to go to make this happen.

Just look at how the tenor has "changed" in such a short period of time.

Trump has given the order (while his WH is in complete disarray according to Fake Nuuuz...lmao!) that for any new regulation implemented, two have to be found to dispose of. Now this is well below my personal bar of ten regulations being done away with in order to implement one but...I'll grudgingly accept it...thats called..."compromise"

Its..."progress" the right direction and with the hundreds of thousands of lines of text already archived there is still plenty of work for "our public servants" to do in ferreting out what needs to go, so they really shouldn't "stress" over it ;-)

Giant Meteor's picture

Glad I got to your disclaimer. Almost puked on the puter, not nice nmewn, although obviously it was extremely convincing, ie; I would not be "surprised" if it were in fact "actual."


nmewn's picture

I'm surprised they allowed it to stand...the second time...after some special snowflake reported it as "abuse"...apparently under the impression that what they disagree with vehemently is still not free speech and worthy of a "liberals" protection.

But even in their misguided action of reporting it as abuse, they have proven the reviewers actual point of his review.

And so it goes ;-)

Embrey's picture

Given the opportunity to resign with his dignity intact, he refused...hmmm...makes one wonder who Preet's NOT been investigating.

Question: The NY cops that had Anthony Weiner's computer/laptop, whose district were they in?

nmewn's picture

Even worse, the..."government officials & intelligence sources who wish to remain anonymous"...all knew too as revealed by Wikileaks. I always wondered what the inside of a rabbit hole looked like, well, now I know ;-)

Stinkytofu's picture

he was investigating (or was supposed to be) pervy wiener's laptop!!!!!

devnickle's picture

It starts with an "H", and ends with an" inton".

americanreality's picture

I heard he was investigating your slut mother for sleeping with high school boys for money.  You are an angry, dumb, emotionally-controlled, piece of shit.  You lack.  That's where your anger comes from.  

froze25's picture

Anthony Weiner’s childporn? 

Bastiat's picture

Weiner?  Huma? What's the chance of an Obama appointed AG going after someone close to the Clintons while Hillary's considering a run for Mayor?

OregonGrown's picture

"2. Why would Trump ask @USAttyBharara, an ostensibly tough US attorney and--more importantly here-- former Schumer aide, to stay on?"

 Ah, think I connected the dots!


I FIRMLY think that Trump FIRED @USAttyBharara because he would wouldnt go after Chuck Shumer and his merry band of Satanists and child abusers.... (ala another Shumer alum, anthony weiner).....


#pedogate #pizzagate #REALMENwillNEVERLetYouGetAwayWithItYouSickFUCKS 

sleigher's picture

This is floating about out there...

Not sure if true or not as no one else appears to be picking up the story.  Maybe just a re-hash of earlier statements by the NYPD.


Blazing in BC's picture

Why is Oboma still floating?

yogibear's picture

Obama has a legacy of incompetence. It will take Trump a while to clean out all the deadwood.


Knob Creek's picture

If they truly have this information, it is criminal for them to not release it.

Embrey's picture

It is definitely immoral.

Krungle's picture

I am not sure why people are still clinging to hope that Trump is going to do anything about the pizzaclub.

MissCellany's picture

Wasn't Bharara the guy who was going to investigate the 650,000 emails and "life insurance" policy on Huma Abedin's / Anthony Weiner's laptop?

Stuck on Zero's picture

He's got a position waiting for him at Goldman Sachs.

Scarlett's picture

XYTRAS you scum you have been ousted; get outta here before things get worse.

Fabio Capponi