Mueller Probing Whether Trump Digital Team Aided Russian Disinformation Campaign

Mueller Probing Whether Trump Digital Team Aided Russian Disinformation Campaign

"So, I think it's been proven that there is no collusion".

Kendall's op-ed comes as Trump's allies and some Republicans on Capitol Hill have called the objectivity and fairness of Mueller's probe into question, following revelations that an FBI agent assigned to the investigation had sent text messages criticizing Trump during the 2016 election.

Trump went on to remind the reporters of his "absolute right" to do as he wishes with the Justice Department, alluding to earlier speculation that he could fire Mueller and close down the Russian Federation probe. "But I think he's going to be fair", Trump said in what the Times described as a 30-minute impromptu interview at his golf club in West Palm Beach, Florida.

Of the Russian Federation investigation, the president looked forward to the end of it, and surprisingly, told the Times that he thought Special Counsel Mueller would end up treating him fairly. After Flynn agreed to cooperate with the investigation, many legal experts speculated that he could have crucial intel on a top Trump official-or even Trump himself.

Trump called it "too bad" that Attorney General Jeff Sessions recused himself from the Russian Federation probe. President Trump tweeted Tuesday that the investigation is "tainted", and some Republicans have claimed some of the investigators are biased against Trump.

After the president earlier accused China of secretly shipping oil to North Korea, he responded to questions surrounding the report.

"Timing-wise, I can't tell you".

A big point of interest, however, was when the president noted that the media "have" to let him win re-election, suggesting that without his omnipresence, institutions like the "failing New York Times" will become the "failed New York Times". "It makes the country look very bad, and it puts the country in a very bad position", said Mr. Trump.

"...frankly there is absolutely no collusion, that's been proven by every Democrat is saying it..." The billionare real estate mogul went on to predict another outcome, saying that just months before the next election the press will come to him and say "Please, please, don't lose Donald Trump".

Related News:

  • 'Jerusalem embassy move a sovereign decision'

    'Jerusalem embassy move a sovereign decision'

    The announcement made Guatemala the first country to follow the United States in saying it was moving its embassy. The resolution passed by the General Assembly declared the US action on Jerusalem "null and void".
    Gallup Poll Names Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton Most Admired People Again

    Gallup Poll Names Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton Most Admired People Again

    Gallup explains that Trump's unpopularity is likely what's holding him back from winning the most admired distinction. Clinton "remains arguably more prominent than other contenders", Jones wrote in a blog post announcing the findings.
    Blaze at London Zoo as 70 firefighters tackle flames

    Blaze at London Zoo as 70 firefighters tackle flames

    The cause of the fire is not yet known. "We will aim to re-open when we know it is safe to do so for animals, staff and visitors". Dominic Jermey, director general for ZSL, said some staff were treated for smoke inhalation and shock.
  • SoftBank's Tender Bid For Uber Massively Successful

    SoftBank's Tender Bid For Uber Massively Successful

    It will also buy $1 billion of shares directly from Uber at the older $70 billion valuation. The companies said they would issue a statement on the outcome of the tender offer .
    Facebook challenges music streaming giants with Universal Music deal

    Facebook challenges music streaming giants with Universal Music deal

    For context, music streaming leader Spotify has converted around 40% of its active users into paying subscribers. We are excited to bring that to life on Facebook, Instagram, Oculus and Messenger in partnership with UMG.

    Charles Schwab Corp (SCHW) EVP Sells 1982 Shares of Stock

    Sq Advisors Llc increased Apple Inc (NASDAQ:AAPL) stake by 3,426 shares to 1.24 million valued at $178.56M in 2017Q2. As per Monday, April 4, the company rating was maintained by Nomura. (NASDAQ:DLTR) rating on Wednesday, November 22.
  • North Korea calls latest United Nations  sanctions 'an act of war'

    North Korea calls latest United Nations sanctions 'an act of war'

    China, with which North Korea does some 90 percent of its trade, has repeatedly called for calm and restraint from all sides. Tension has been rising over North Korea's nuclear and missile programmes, which it pursues in defiance of years of U.N.
    Woman killed by pit bulls outside her home

    Woman killed by pit bulls outside her home

    The sheriff's department said a caller had reported his brother and sister-in-law were attacked by two of their neighbour's dogs. Animal control and the Bell County Sheriff's Department are now searching for the brown Pit bull.
    Papa John's CEO Steps Down Amid Controversial Comments About NFL Protests

    Papa John's CEO Steps Down Amid Controversial Comments About NFL Protests

    The CEO donated $1,000 to President Trump's campaign but did not make any effort to publicly support the politician. After these comments were made, the alt-right and white supremacists declared Papa John's their official pizza .
  • TIDAL free trial for Christmas needs no credit card

    The Premium option costs $9.99 per month and offers audio quality comparable to the other music streaming services out there. Tidal may be going through a hard time but the streaming music service hopes to win over some new users this Christmas.
    New York Islanders moving back to Long Island

    New York Islanders moving back to Long Island

    That property is primarily a parking lot used on Belmont Stakes day; in the off-season, it houses cars for auto dealerships. Belmont Park is a world-famous horseracing track and now looks like it will expand.
    Final Tax Bill: Biggest Cuts for the Middle

    Final Tax Bill: Biggest Cuts for the Middle

    Senate rules require 10 hours of debate on the bill, divided equally between Republicans and Democrats. All individual tax breaks expire at the end of 2025, while the corporate tax reductions will remain.


Most liked

Got the flu? Here's what leads to recovery
North Carolina officials have reported the state's first child death from flu for this season. San Diego physicians are encouraging all residents to get a flu vaccination as a precaution.

Turkey-Russia S-400 systems contract also envisages technological cooperation
Negotiations on the S-400 deal were first announced by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in September. Turkey will have to pay $1.125 Billion as cash for the S-400 purchase (45 per cent of $2.5 billion).

Trump lashes out at Vanity Fair for backtracking on Hillary Clinton video
President Donald Trump has lashed out at Vanity Fair after the magazine apologised for an online video mocking Hillary Clinton . For the president, the uproar provided an opportunity to take a dig at two of his favorite targets: Clinton and Vanity Fair .

Trump fumes over Russian Federation dossier: 'Crooked Hillary pile of garbage'
Trump's lawyers continue to predict that Mueller is wrapping up his probe as it relates to anyone in the White House. Its murky origins have been revealed to include a Republican donor who hired political intelligence firm Fusion GPS.

Israel deports two Turkish citizens detained in Jerusalem protests
Many governments have long said that the fate of Jerusalem must be resolved through negotiations. Tension has mounted in the Palestinian territories since December 6, when U.S.

Palestinians die of wounds from Israel clashes in Gaza
Mohammed Sami al-Dahdouh was injured in Gaza protesting Trump's decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israeli capital. For their part, the Palestinians say East Jerusalem must be the capital of a future independent Palestinian state.

Lorde cancels Tel Aviv concert following Jerusalem recognition
Justine Sachs, who is Jewish, and Palestinian Nadia Abu-Shanab told the singer that: "A performance in Israel sends the wrong message".

Army Major, 3 Jawans Killed After Pakistan Violates Ceasefire In J&k
The statement said that the dead include an Indian army officer and that Indian soldiers retaliated "strongly and effectively". India shares a 3,323 km long border with Pakistan, of which 221 km of the IB and 740 km of the LoC fall in Jammu and Kashmir .

Awesome for Everton: Chelsea star banned
He added: "It was important, because to go and to play 30 minutes more, I think it was a bit unsafe ". And his manager was full of praise for the Welshman after the match.

Six Eagles, including QB Carson Wentz, selected to 2018 Pro Bowl
Other than Okung, who joined the team in March, the honorees all played for the San Diego Chargers . He leads the Buccaneers this season with five sacks, 12 tackles for loss and 22 quarterback hits.

U.S. is planning 'bloody nose' military attack on North Korea, report says
An earlier study of WannaCry's code by private cybersecurity firms and researchers also suggested ties to the North Korean Group. The WannaCry ransomware attack was a massive infiltration of over 300 thousand computers all around the globe.

Pokémon GO gets AR
Walk up to something small like a Weedle, and you may be tempted to try and squish it with your shoe. If you moved, the rendered Pokemon would sort of glide along with you, breaking the illusion.

Facebook knows you're in a photo before being tagged
Moving forward, you should now get a notification if someone tries to use a photo with your face as their profile picture . And that, in turn, means Facebook has a new powerful tool for mapping who knows who on the social network.

Lady Gaga Announces Las Vegas Residency Starting In 2018
With 244 shows, Brit-Brit's gigs grossed $135 million with over 980,000 attendees, making the most successful residency in Vegas. Get ready, Little Monsters: Your queen Lady Gaga just announced she landed a two-year performance residency in Las Vegas.

Israel remands Palestinian girl filmed slapping soldier in West Bank
However, the servicemen did not oblige the girls, and refrained from retaliating throughout the encounter. Bennett noted that under Israeli law, attacking soldiers is punishable by up to seven years in jail.