Published: Wed, May 09, 2018
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Trump accuses Russian Federation probe investigators of conflicts of interest

Trump accuses Russian Federation probe investigators of conflicts of interest

But it was unclear what legal action Trump was referring to that would touch on "unrevealed" conflicts of interest.

President Trump spoke about the judge's comments during a speech over the weekend.

There is no indication that the Mueller investigation is being deliberately drawn out to manipulate votes. So far, the special counsel's office has charged 19 people — including four Trump campaign advisers — and three Russian companies. How about Obstruction for a made up, phony crime.

He's come out with other unrelated charges against several people, also prompting observers to wonder exactly what instructions he was given when he was appointed by Rod Rosenstein, from the Department of Justice.

The Post said Mueller had raised the possibility of a subpoena after Trump's lawyers said the president had no obligation to talk with federal investigators involved in the probe.

Sanders said, "I think the point he's making is how ridiculous it is that we're still having this conversation and the depths to which this research has gone on and investigation has been conducted and still produced nothing".

Mueller is a longtime Republican.

The tweets touched on "collusion", obstruction of justice claims, the House Intelligence Committee, Special Counsel Robert Mueller's team, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and future elections, all hallmarks of Trump's frustration with the ongoing probe. To that, Trump tweeted Monday, "There is no O, it's called Fighting Back". Democrats on the committee issued a dissenting document.

"The Russia Witch Hunt is rapidly losing credibility".

Trump has previously railed about 13 "hardened" Democrats on the special counsel team.

Trump then pivoted to the FBI-the agency that has drawn the ire of the president, as well as his most ardent supporters who claim there is a conspiracy within its ranks to take down the president-before returning to the Mueller probe. Page had already left the Mueller team. Trump is striking a combative tone against the Russian Federation probe.

Trump criticized the leak of the questions.

It was U.S. District Judge T.S. Ellis who recently demanded access to the full memorandum, a stunning order from the judge who openly questioned whether Mueller had the authority to do as he wants.

Fox News reported the "13 Democrats" are roughly 13 attorneys on Mueller's team, who "have made political donations to Democratic candidates and interests-with at least seven donating to Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign, and the campaigns of former President Barack Obama".

It wasn't entirely clear why the two questions took four hours, though it appeared to be a combination of factors, according to the report in The Wall Street Journal.

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