Trump won't commit to Mueller interview

Trump won't commit to Mueller interview

Trump won't commit to Mueller interview

President Donald Trump could sit down with special counsel Robert Mueller's investigators as soon as the next few weeks, though any cooperation from the president is being carefully negotiated right now, according to The Washington Post's Carol D. Leonnig.

"Certainly I'll see what happens", he said during a news conference following a bilateral meeting with Norway's prime minister, Erna Solberg.

"When they have no collusion, and nobody's found any collusion at any level, it seems unlikely that you'd even have an interview", Trump said.

President Trump's lawyers are closely examining a 24-year-old investigation of former Agriculture Secretary Mike Espy as they negotiate the terms of the president's possible interview with Russian Federation special counsel Robert Mueller's team and related requests for White House documents, three officials familiar with the matter said.

In addition to flip-flopping about a Mueller meeting, Trump returned to talking about his former presidential rival Clinton and her exclusive use of a private email server while secretary of state.

So yes, it's true Clinton was interviewed over the Fourth of July weekend, and it is true she was not under oath when she was questioned for 3 1/2 hours at FBI headquarters However, here's a little secret that Trump doesn't seem to understand: The FBI NEVER questions anyone under oath during an interview. And given Comey said Trump asked him for leniency for Flynn soon after firing him, this would mean Trump knew Flynn was under investigation when he sought to intervene on his behalf.

Ms. Alcindor, who is Haitian-American, also quoted Mr. Altidor as saying: "Haitians fought along USA soldiers in the Revolutionary War, and we continue to be great contributors to American society". He went on to claim - falsely - that all allegations of collusion with Russian Federation have been disproved, which makes a future interview with Mueller "unlikely". Simpson said he gave the dossier about Trump to the Federal Bureau of Investigation because he was "very concerned" about a potential national security matter.

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He later claimed he was continuing to negotiate witnesses with Ms Feinstein in the Russian Federation probe. "Republicans should finally take control!" the commander-in-chief wrote.

Trump repeatedly dodged whether he would submit to an interview with Mueller by citing his claim there was no collusion during the 2016 presidential election.

Trump had said he fired FBI director James Comey previous year in part because of his earlier investigation into Russian Federation and the 2016 election. One slip of the tongue or uncensored remark could lead Mueller's investigators to probe new areas, and one itty, bitty lie to federal agents could lead to a charge of making false statements-a felony in the US legal code.

Trump would not confirm or deny if he has ever spoken with Kim, whose isolated nation has performed a number of ballistic missile tests that have prompted worldwide concern in recent months.

The President has told friends he's willing to talk with Mueller - the man Trump views as leading a "witch hunt" against him - to make the case there was no wrongdoing, sources told CNN. The "perjury trap" is what led to President Bill Clinton's impeachment, The Hill reported.

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