Trump signals cooperative approach with Mueller is fading

Inside Robert Mueller's interview room

Inside Robert Mueller's interview room

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".

"The Russia Witch Hunt is rapidly losing credibility". How about Obstruction for a made up, phony crime.

In a separate tweet Monday, Trump also claimed again that his campaign had not colluded with Moscow and that he had not obstructed Mueller's probe.

Their emergence underscores a reality of the Trump era: power and prominence on Capitol Hill these days often flow not to the most senior lawmakers but to Republicans who display allegiance to a president who prizes loyalty.

The President also attempted to the put the probe beyond the legal and judicial ambit into the political orbit, asking, "Is this Phony Witch Hunt going to go on even longer so it wrongfully impacts the Mid-Term Elections, which is what the Democrats always intended?"

Fitton referred to the setback Mueller's investigators suffered Friday when the federal judge rebuked them for their treatment of Manafort, who faces charges of bank fraud as a result of Mueller's scrutiny.

Judge T.S.Ellit said in course of a hearing about the Federal Bureau of Investigation case against Trump's former campaign manager Paul Manafort.

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"That's what you're really interested in", Ellis added.

But Mueller could not have barred them from serving on the team.

We know first-hand that censorship against conservative news is real.

No decision has been made on whether to permit the president to sit for an interview, but a person familiar with the situation but not authorized to speak publicly on it told The Associated Press that the legal team hopes to resolve that question by May 17, the one-year anniversary of Mueller's appointment.

Such an eventuality would be unprecedented in U.S Presidential history and will nearly certainly be tested in the Supreme Court, where, legal experts warned, the executive would fail.

"Only two questions. In other words, look, the way you interpret this, there's so much national security stuff happening the president can't possibly prepare for this sit-down", she said.

"The president has pressing responsibilities for national security", he said. The U.S President is also helped by dazzling figures on the economic front, from greater job creation to the booming stock market to soaring home prices.

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