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Typically Trump-Friendly 'Fox and Friends' Questions President's Twitter Habits

20 Juin 2017

NBC's Chuck Todd pressed Sekulow on whether Trump had made the decision to fire former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James B. Comey himself or at the recommendation of deputy attorney general Rod J. Rosenstein. "Witch hunt!" On Sunday a member of the President legal team Jay Sekulow, swooped in to try to patch things up but instead seemed to confuse things further. "So he's being investigated for taking the action the attorney general and deputy attorney general recommended him to take by the agency that recommended the determination".

"He takes the action that they also, by the way, recommended". Cuz the special counsel under the special counsel regulations reports still to the Department of Justice-not an independent counsel.

"You've now said that he's being investigated", Wallace replied.

"No Chris, I said that the inve-any...let me be crystal clear so you completely understand".

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Donald Trump's attorney repeatedly denied the president is under investigation before saying twice "he's being investigated" and then denying he said it moments earlier during a contentious interview on "Fox News Sunday".

"I just gave you the legal theory of how the constitution works", Sekulow said. We have not received, nor are we aware of any investigation of the president of the united States. "That is protected under the constitution".

Trump regularly praises the Fox News morning show on Twitter but that didn't stop co-host Brian Kilmeade from challenging the president's Twitter usage. As Salon's Heather Digby Parton points out, Sekulow's wife, brother, sons and sister-in-law "dominate the boards of both organizations" in an arrangement not dissimilar from how Trump ran his business and, to a lesser extent, the White House.

"Now you're reading minds again", Wallace said. That's all I said. "I don't think you should be rushing the stage, period, whether you agree or not".