Questions That Mueller Might Ask Trump

ImageJames B. Comey the former F.B.I. director during a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing

In the first part of the clip, Hannity goes into overdrive attempting to discredit a then-just-released The New York Times bombshell report-"Trump Ordered Mueller Fired, but Backed Off When White House Counsel Threatened to Quit"-by saying "At this hour, The New York Times is trying to distract you".

The former independent counsel who investigated President Bill Clinton said President Donald Trump can fire special counsel Robert Mueller "for any reason".

There are now several investigations into Russian meddling in the 2016 election in the House and Senate and by special counsel Robert Mueller.

One of the quieter storylines to come out of Washington over the past six months or so is that Donald Trump-a famously impetuous individual who has no qualms whatsoever about firing the people investigating him-somehow hadn't axed Robert Mueller, whose Russian Federation probe has a non-zero chance at one day bringing down this presidency.

Trump argued at the time that Mueller could not be fair because of a dispute over golf club fees that he said Mueller owed at a Trump golf club in Sterling, Virginia.

The President also said Mr Mueller could not be impartial because he had most recently worked for a law firm that previously represented the President's son-in-law, Jared Kushner.

Special counsel Robert Mueller's staff has interviewed at least one member of a Facebook team associated with President Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign, according to a new report in Wired, which cited a person familiar with the matter.

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If Russia special counsel Robert Mueller is building a case of obstruction against President Trump, the president's thwarted attempt to fire the special counsel a year ago may have made Mueller's job that much easier. "Typical New York Times fake stories", Trump retorted dismissively when asked about it by reporters at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

Trump said on Wednesday he would be willing to be interviewed under oath by Mueller, and according to sources with knowledge of the investigation, Trump's attorneys have been talking to Mueller's team about an interview.

"(Trump) didn't fire Mueller, and that was the right decision.

Nunes' return further inflamed the partisan fervor surrounding the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 United States election.

"All of the crimes have been for basically for people lying to Federal Bureau of Investigation officers", says Hamilton, "so I don't know if that's the wisest thing in the world for the president to do". Comey later testified to Congress that he leaked notes of his meetings with Trump to the New York Times because "it might prompt the appointment of a special counsel".

CBS News has confirmed the president discussed conflict of interest concerns about Mueller with top advisors at the time But by August, Trump publicly insisted there was no thought of removing Mueller. In fact, it's more likely that McGahn believes such an act would have been catastrophically stupid, in part because letting Mueller do his work will ultimately lead to Trump's vindication on Russian Federation collusion. "Based on his statements from the last couple weeks, he and his lawyers appear to be cooperating with Mueller".

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