Trump Chides Feinstein, Urges GOP to Control Russia Probes

Trump Chides Feinstein, Urges GOP to Control Russia Probes

Certainly, I'll see what happens. Johnson continued. "But you get Donald Trump in a room and you poke his ego, you frustrate him - he is going to say something".

Mueller is also believed to be investigating whether Trump and his inner circle sought to obstruct justice, which has raised speculation that the president himself would be interviewed.

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The episode is known to special counsel and his team of prosecutors and is likely of interest to them as they look into whether Trump's actions as president, including the May firing of FBI director James Comey, amount to improper efforts to obstruct the Russian Federation investigation. They can also call high-profile witnesses for questioning, schedule public hearings and release testimony or other information.

Trump's legal team is preparing for a potential interview with Mueller and is in preliminary discussions with his office on the parameters, according to a person familiar with the matter.

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Any deal on immigration "has to include the wall" Trump said Wednesday, "because without the wall, it all doesn't work".

Trump, who was asked if he would be willing to be interviewed, or would set any terms and conditions, went on to criticise the way in which the Federal Bureau of Investigation interviewed his old rival Hillary Clinton about her use of a private email server as secretary of state. "So we could conceivably go back in".



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