Newsmax CEO Christopher Ruddy tells Greta Van Susteren that Robert Mueller's control of the Russia probe is "a threat to the Trump presidency." Ruddy said the investigation has gone on for six months and there is no evidence of a crime. "There's not even actually a serious allegation of a crime committed," Ruddy added. "I think there [are] very serious questions about Director Mueller running the special prosecution of the president," Ruddy said on Tuesday's For The Record. "I think it's a threat to the Trump presidency. I think that the way the investigating is shaping up he's out to get the president." "There is a very good case to be made that he is an illegitimate special counsel," Ruddy said of Mueller. "I spoke to Congressman DeSantis. He's a former Harvard Law grad, JAG. He says the law on the special counsel is very specific: there has to be an underlying criminal probe to trigger the special counsel." "The bottom line is we've gone on now for six months. There's no evidence of a crime. There's not even actually a serious allegation of a crime committed by the president or any of his subordinates. This is all smoke and mirrors," Ruddy said.