Trump walks back his willingness to testify in the Russian Federation investigation

Posted January 12, 2018

Whether that's true depends to some extent on how you view things like Papadopoulos's awareness of incriminating emails collected by the Russians or Trump Jr.'s responding to the pitch for dirt on Clinton from the Russians with "I love it" - and then sitting down for the meeting.

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.

Of course, since then, Mueller's team and the media have uncovered a lot of new details about how Trump's campaign interacted with people linked to Russian Federation.

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The 71-year-old president has strenuously denied that his campaign worked with Russian Federation to undermine the campaign of Trump's rival Hillary Clinton.

"I mean, certainly, I'll see what happens", he said.

Nearly half of voters think the FBI will clear President Donald Trump in its investigation into Russian collusion during the 2016 US presidential election by the year's end. He said, "It seems unlikely you'd even have an interview".

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Sources familiar with the matter previously told NBC News that Trump's legal team was preparing for the possibility off an interview with Mueller's team, including written responses to questions in lieu of a formal sit-down.

The conversation between Don McGahn, the president's White House counsel, and Sessions took place on the president's orders and occurred just before the attorney general announced that he would step aside from the ongoing inquiry into Russian meddling in the 2016 elections, according to a person with knowledge of the interaction. He said there had been "no collusion" and "no crime".

Earlier, the commander in chief criticized Sen. Headlines questioning whether Trump could be removed under the 25th Amendment, which allows Congress to remove a president from power if he or she is "unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office", followed the book's publication, as did renewed speculation of impeachment.

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The president also told reporters in the East Room of the White House on Wednesday that any immigration deal he signs must include funding for his promised wall on the US-Mexico border. Six in 10 disagree with Trump on another argument he and his allies make regularly: They think that Mueller's investigation is being conducted fairly. "Without the wall, it all doesn't work", he insisted. "So we could conceivably go back in".