King played a clip of the interview that centered on Trump's initial "tape" tweet and his tweet yesterday saying he did not tape his conversations with former FBI Director James Comey. "But he's also - we're going to have to see".
Trump continued to disparage the investigation, which he repeatedly has called "a witch hunt" into the "hoax" that is allegations about Russia's ties to his campaign.
Comey was leading the investigation into allegations Russian Federation tried to sway the election toward Trump and the possibility Trump associates colluded with Moscow when the president fired him on May 9, sparking a political firestorm.
"Look, there has been no obstruction".
The president repeated his claim that "there has been no obstruction, there has been collusion" with Russian Federation, and he bemoaned that "there has been leaking by Comey". That probe is also expected to explore the circumstances of Trump's firing of Comey on May 9 and whether that dismissal was an attempt to obstruct the Russian Federation probe.
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A jury in 2007 found him guilty of first-degree intentional homicide, second-degree sexual assault and mutilation of a corpse. The state of Wisconsin can now ask for a review of the decision by the 7th Circuit Court or appeal to the U.S.
Mr Trump criticised Mr Mueller for having appointed "all Hillary Clinton supporters" to his staff for the investigation. At least three members of Mueller's legal team have given political donations nearly exclusively to Democrats, CNN reported in an analysis of Federal Election Commission records.
"Fox released a partial transcript of the interview on Thursday", He said. His remarks came on the heels of Democrat Jon Ossoff's loss to Republican Karen Handel in the special election for Georgia's 6th Congressional District seat Tuesday - the most expensive House race in United States history.
It's widely considered very unlikely that the Republican-controlled Congress - or even the Congress following the 2018 midterm elections, in which the Democrats could retake the House - would move to impeach Trump.
I think his story may have changed and you'll have to look into that because then he'll have to tell what actually took place at the events.
"Well, it wasn't very stupid". As for his possible motivation, she would only say it was perhaps about "raising the question of doubt in general".
As president, Trump could demand that Rosenstein fire Mueller by citing a conflict of interest, but Rosenstein has said he wouldn't follow any order that he didn't think was lawful or appropriate and that he had seen no legitimate basis to dismiss the special counsel.
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