January 2018: In the case for obstruction of justice, Mueller's team received hand-written evidence from a top Trump cabinet member that substantiates Comey's claim of Trump's attempted interference in the Russian investigation.
The majority of voters in a new poll said they expect US President Donald Trump to be exonerated of wrongdoing in special counsel Robert Mueller's probe into the Trump campaign's alleged collusion with Russian Federation during the 2016 election in the US.
When asked during a press conference whether he would sit for an interview with Mueller, Trump said, "We'll see what happens".
"Democrats and Republicans have drastically different views on whether Trump will be cleared of wrongdoing in the Russian Federation probe led by special counsel Robert Mueller", he said, according to Politico. Trump's legal team is hoping to avoid a sit-down interview with Mueller; rather, Trump's lawyers have discussed the possibility of the president providing a sworn affidavit attesting that he was not involved in collusion during the campaign.
USA intelligence agencies have concluded that Russian Federation attempted to interfere in the 2016 presidential election to the benefit of Republican Trump and to the detriment of Democratic rival Hillary Clinton.
For his part, President Trump has continually protested his innocence, describing the investigation as "the single greatest Witch Hunt in American history", while Republican lawmakers have begun to grumble that Mueller's team is filled with Democrat-leaning lawyers. "It has been determined there was no collusion". "Republicans should finally take control!" the commander-in-chief wrote.
Will president trump be interviewed by the special counsel? But his investigation has already resulted in Trump's former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, pleading guilty to lying to the FBI about conversations with Russia's ambassador.
Marcy Wheeler says Congress is poised to give protections from government electronic eavesdropping to criminal suspects, but not to ordinary citizens the government might spy on. He said he'd be "glad to" speak to Mueller about it.
She released the transcript of Glenn Simpson's interview over the objections of the committee's Republican chairman, Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley.
"It's got to include the wall", Trump said.
Glenn Simpson, co-founder of the research group Fusion GPS, said he gave the dossier about Trump to the Federal Bureau of Investigation because he was "very concerned" about a potential national security matter.
The material wasn't classified, and Ms Feinstein said yesterday that she didn't do anything illegal.
No formal request has been made and no date has been set. Robert Mueller is committing a treasonous act against his country if he does not end his investigation immediately.