President Trump is downplaying the possibility that he'll take part in an interview with FBI investigators.
President Donald Trump says it "seems unlikely" that he'll give an interview in special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into potential coordination between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign.
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.
Later in the press conference, Trump told reporters he thought it was "better to work with Russia" on matters of global import - like North Korea - but said that his actions on energy development, as well as rebuilding the US military, weren't policies that would earn him any praise from the Kremlin.
But speaking at a joint press conference with the Norwegian prime minister, Erna Solberg, Trump protested his innocence, and said: "We'll see what happens". Russian Federation and the world is laughing at the stupidity they are witnessing.
Feinstein also sits on the Senate intelligence committee, which is conducting its own investigation into the Russian interference and whether Trump's campaign was in any way involved. Headlines questioning whether Trump could be removed under the 25th Amendment, which allows Congress to remove a president from power if he or she is "unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office", followed the book's publication, as did renewed speculation of impeachment. "Republicans should finally take control!"
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When or even if an interview would occur was not immediately clear, nor were the terms for the interview or whether Trump's lawyers would seek to narrow the range of questions or topics that prosecutors would cover.
Trump's words differed from what he said at a news conference in June a year ago, shortly after fired Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey had told US Congress that Trump asked him for a pledge of loyalty. "We need the wall for stopping the drugs from coming in", Trump said when asked if he would sign a bill that didn't include funding for the wall. I can only say this: there was absolutely no collusion. A Politico/Morning Consult poll released this week found that a plurality of respondents, 48 percent, believed that Trump would be exonerated by Mueller.
When he was asked whether he'd be open to sitting down with Mueller for an interview, Trump again responded, "We'll see what happens".
"Oh come on", she said.
In a tweet earlier Wednesday, Trump lashed out at Sen.
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