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Trump's firing of the Federal Bureau of Investigation director may now be part of the probe.
"In that letter, there's recommendation for the removal of James Comey".
The current week is politically tense too - a crucial Congressional election in the United States after
Trump took over in January happens this week and in a traditionally Republican seat and it's now too close to call.
Trump attack the credibility of the FBI and the Central Intelligence Agency in their investigation of Russian interference in the election? Even Democrats are beginning to acknowledge this fact by subtly pivoting from charges of collusion to charges of obstruction of justice.
Prior to being fired, Comey had informed
Trump that he was not, himself, a target of the FBI Russia investigation. Although recent testimony, by the unceremoniously ousted G-man,
James Comey, confirmed that President
Trump was not personally under investigation, a dark cloud of questions has continued to dog team
Trump, frustrating the administration, and much of America.
Sekulow made numerous same arguments on the Sunday news shows, though he told
Fox News Sunday that he couldn't read Mueller's mind and that he couldn't say with 100 percent certainty that
Trump wasn't being investigated.
Even so, White House Spokesman Sean Spicer said in a June 6 news conference that
Trump's tweets should be considered "official statements".
Sekulow said his legal team had not received notice of any probe into
Trump. He said the President used tweets to speak with the public directly. There's no limitation on doing that.
Kushner is in the spotlight over alleged discussions with Russia's ambassador in December, during which he reportedly discussed setting up a secret communication channel between the
Trump administration and Moscow. "That's higher than O's #'s!"
As Fiske's successor, Starr had no prosecutorial experience but his partisan credentials were certainly in order: a former Republican judicial appointee and solicitor general, active in the Virginia GOP and the Federalist Society, adviser to right-wing nonprofits and counsel to the tobacco industry and many other Republican-oriented corporations.
Former President John F. Kennedy once said, "But I do ask every publisher, every editor, and every newsman in the nation to reexamine his own standards and to recognize the nature of our country's peril". He's done this on several occasions. University of Tennessee law professor Glenn Reynolds, who also publishes the popular Instapundit blog, wrote an op-ed for USA Today on Monday arguing that Mueller "has a disqualifying conflict of interest" if he pursues any obstruction investigation against
Trump. Two of them are people with a record of hiding evidence from the defense.
Starr's operation reflected the political orientation of almost all of the independent counsel investigations under Clinton.
President Donald Trump has given his legal team a clear direction: Fight, fight, fight. The president announced changes to Obama-era Cuba policy, and challenged the Castro government to negotiate a better deal.
But presidential historian and liberal journalist Rick Perlstein isn't buying it. No one who followed closely really believed that the war was over on election night.
The policy does, though, restore a requirement for most American travelers visiting Cuba to be with tightly regulated tour groups.
It's the kind of behavior that draws a favorable response from millions of Americans who've grown exhausted and frustrated by a national government they see as uncaring and indifferent to their problems and concerns.
TRUMP: "You see the unemployment rate is at a very, very low level. Regulations way down, jobs and enthusiasm way up!"
According to the White House, Mueller interviewed with
Trump to replace Comey after
Trump fired him.
Trump has gone from "hoax" to hype on this statistic.