Mueller, who is overseeing the ongoing probe into Russia's interference in the United States election and possible collusion with the Trump campaign, wants to grill the commander-in-chief in person, Politico reported.
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In another tweet Monday, Trump said the Russia investigation is "rapidly losing credibility" and referred to the Republican findings of the House Intelligence Committee - specifically that in a yearlong investigation, Republicans on the committee found there was no collusion between the Russians and the Trump campaign.
Amid hilarious jokes that followed over how many false claims Trump would have paid from his porn star pay off fund, particularly after Giuliani said there may have been more women Trump had paid off, he made the more serious assertion of executive privilege while arguing that the President does not have to comply with a subpoena from Mueller and he can not rule out the White House occupant taking the fifth - a constitutional right that allows citizens to decline self-incriminating testimony. "There is no O, it's called Fighting Back", Trump said in a barrage of tweets, referring to the GOP-led Congressional panel absolving him and his campaign of any wrongdoing and instead zeroing on Democrat's effort to implicate Trump.
But negotiations are continuing between Team Trump and the special counsel's office, with one source telling the website that the decision "doesn't mean the last chapter's been written on that". Giuliani earlier told The Wall Street Journal that the team hopes to decide by that date.
Civil liberties Attorney Alan Dershowitz is praising the federal judge overseeing the special counsel's case against former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort. "Republicans better get tough and smart before it is too late!" "And it's our responsibility to make sure those opinions do not influence their actions", Rosenstein said, adding: "I believe that Director Mueller understands that and that he is running that office appropriately".
Democratic majorities in either the House or Senate would give the president's political opponents subpoena power to investigate the administration. What a total mess. Trump is striking a combative tone against the Russian Federation probe.
He also criticized Federal Bureau of Investigation lawyer Lisa Page and Federal Bureau of Investigation agent Peter Strzok, who made headlines for exchanging derogatory text messages about Trump. Strzok was reassigned from the special counsel team after the text messages were brought to Mueller's attention. Mueller revealed that the original appointment order was left vague to protect sensitive information, and that the memo was used to address the specifics of the investigation.