Published: Fri, December 07, 2018
Worldwide | By Jermaine Blake

Donald Trump Rages On Twitter Ahead Of Developments In Mueller Probe

Donald Trump Rages On Twitter Ahead Of Developments In Mueller Probe

But he will appear for the closed-door testimony after Goodlatte agreed that the former Federal Bureau of Investigation head's remarks would be made public in their entirety and Comey is allowed to discuss the hearing publicly.

He noted that the last time Comey publicly testified before Congress, the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director responded almost 100 times with some variation of, "I can not answer that question in this setting". "It's called Presidential Harassment!" he said.

Updated 8:55 a.m. | President Donald Trump launched what amounted to a preemptive strike in his fight to shape public opinion about Robert S. Mueller III's Russian Federation probe just hours before the special counsel is expected to release telling documents about his findings.

In a remarkable set of social media posts, the president alleged Mueller has "big time conflicts of interest" and wondered aloud whether they will be "listed at the top of his Republicans only Report".

Manafort has said he believes he provided "truthful information".

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Mueller's investigation has produced dozens of criminal charges and four guilty pleas from Trump associates. He denies any collusion between his team and Russian Federation, and accuses Mueller's prosecutors of pressuring his former aides to lie about him, his election campaign and his business dealings.

Trump's comments come as Mueller is facing court deadlines to detail the cooperation of Trump's longtime legal fixer Michael Cohen. Rosenstein oversaw the probe until last month.

Citing a recent poll published by Rasmussen Reports that claims Trump's approval is now at 50%, Trump suggested that it would be half as much higher if it were not for the investigation into Russian election interference led by Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

The court filings will close out a busy week for Mueller as the president has heightened his attacks on the investigation.

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