Trump Quotes Old Lawyer To Slam Mueller For 'Screwing With' The President

Posted May 05, 2018

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"I'm deeply grateful to the president and the chief of staff for this opportunity to serve my country", Cobb told The Associated Press on Wednesday night. "He did his job".

Asked what questions might be appropriate, the lawyer Rudy Giuliani, a former NY mayor, suggested two to Reuters: "Was there some agreement with the Russians?" But he really has his heart into it. He's working hard. He's learning the subject matter. "He started yesterday. He will get his facts straight".

Trump wrote in a tweet on Thursday that Cohen was not paid using campaign funds. Trump and his lawyers have said in recent days that they fear Mueller is trying to trap Trump into committing perjury during an extended interview.

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Progress toward denuclearization has already been made, Trump said, and expressed optimism for what's to come.

In his statement on Friday, Giuliani said, "My references to timing were not describing my understanding of the President's knowledge, but instead, my understanding of these matters", but did not provide specifics.

After that hearing, Comey has said, Trump called him at the FBI and declared the Russian Federation investigation a "cloud" that needed to be lifted. We don't know if he ever learned during the campaign that two of his family members and his campaign chairman wanted to obtain "dirt" on his rival from Russians during a meeting in Trump Tower.

McCarthy on Friday said Mueller does have the power to file a subpoena, but that doesn't mean Trump would necessarily testify.

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US President Donald Trump on Friday (May 4) shifted his position over possible talks with US Special Counsel Robert Mueller, saying his lawyers have advised him against any talks but that he would submit to questioning if it was "fair".

The about four dozen questions were compiled by Trump's lawyers during negotiations with Mueller's investigators earlier this year over the prospect of a presidential interview. And in light of reporting this week that the special counsel still has a keen interest in interviewing Trump - and an apparent willingness to rely on compulsory process - there is a distinct possibility that Mueller may go to court and invoke Nixon if the president doesn't cooperate, either voluntarily or in the face of a valid subpoena. But Trump said it was essential to "find that we're going to be treated fairly because everybody sees it now and it's a pure witch hunt".

"If I thought it was fair, I would override my lawyers", he continued, suggesting his team of attorneys are against the sit-down meeting.

On Tuesday, Trump said it was "disgraceful" that a list of proposed questions drafted in response to Mueller's negotiations with the legal team was "leaked" to the news media.

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