President Trump has repeatedly decried Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe as a "witch hunt," but his choice of words has offended some who actually practice witchcraft.

“To have him compare his situation to the worst period in our history is just infuriating,” witch Kitty Randall told the Daily Beast, referring to a time of actual anti-witch persecutions, when individuals accused of being witches were murdered, both in the American colonies and in Europe.

“If Mueller’s investigation were truly a ‘witch hunt,’ then Donald Trump would be hanging naked from chains in a cold barn somewhere, being tortured into admitting his pact with Satan, before being burned at the stake,” Randall said. “Instead he’s golfing at Mar-a-Lago.”


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Trump has used the phrase "witch hunt" at least 60 times on Twitter alone, as he's repeatedly slammed Mueller's investigation into Russian election meddling and possible collusion with the Trump campaign.

David Salisbury, a lead organizer with the Washington witch community Firefly House, said Trump's use of the phrase is "particularly horrifying" because many modern practitioners of witchcraft lean to the left and seek to devote their lives to "compassion and justice."

The Daily Beast reported that some witches have resorted to spell-casting, with one internet group casting a monthly "binding" spell on Trump, while another attempted to hex Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

However, Randall, who goes by the name "Amber K." in the witching community, says most witches have opted not to use magic against the president.

“I don’t think we need to attack Trump with spells,” she said. “He’s in the middle of a process of self-destruction.”


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