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The complex issues of the Russian Federation probe, special counsel

The complex issues of the Russian Federation probe, special counsel

WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump has lashed out at the investigators driving the Russian Federation investigation as "very bad and conflicted people", responding angrily to reports that the special counsel is looking into whether Trump obstructed justice.


WashPost: Trump May Be Laying Groundwork to Fire Mueller

WashPost: Trump May Be Laying Groundwork to Fire Mueller

Mueller is investigating Russian involvement in the 2016 presidential election and possible collusion by Trump campaign associates with the Russians, but there has been no indication that Mueller told Trump to fire Comey. Meanwhile, The New York Times reported on June 16 that the general counsel's office of Trump's transition team has ordered staff to preserve all materials relating to Russian Federation or Ukraine, including any possible travel documents.



Joe Scarborough: Donald Trump Never Discussed Firing Robert Mueller as Special Counsel

PBS' Judy Woodruff reported Monday that Trump friend Chris Ruddy told her after visiting the White House that Trump is "considering perhaps terminating" Mueller - a decision that would set off a massive political backlash. CNN cited a source close to Trump as saying the president was "being advised by many people" to not fire Mueller, who led the Federal Bureau of Investigation between 2001 and 2013.


Wife of Virginia shooter James Hodgkinson: 'I'm sorry that he did this'

Wife of Virginia shooter James Hodgkinson: 'I'm sorry that he did this'

The widow went on to say she just doesn't know anything more about why her husband opened fire on the baseball diamond near Alexandria, Virginia. "I know he wasn't happy when Trump got elected but he seemed like a nice enough guy", one neighbor of the IL man said, according to the profile written by Business Insider's Michelle Mark.



Trump still angry over Russian Federation probe

The Washington Post on Wednesday reported that Mueller is investigating the Republican president for possible obstruction of justice. Special counsel Robert Mueller has brought 13 lawyers on board to handle the Russian Federation investigation, with plans to hire more, according to his spokesman Peter Carr.