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Trump’s former lawyer reportedly wanted to cover Manafort’s and Gates’ legal fees, but backed off when associates warned him it woul...
At one point, John Dowd is said to have pledged $25,000 of his own money to help Paul Manafort, but he backed down after President Trump's associates advised him against it out of fear that it could appear to be an attempt by the White House to interfere in the Russia probe.
‘Uncharted territory’: Giuliani is demanding that Trump gets to review Mueller’s report before it comes out
Rudy Giuliani said the White House would waive executive privilege over the special counsel Robert Mueller's findings in his obstruction case if, among other things, it were allowed to review a draft of Mueller's report before its release. Legal experts say that would be "uncharted territory."
Giuliani lays out 3 conditions Mueller has to meet for the White House to waive executive privilege in the Russia probe
Rudy Giuliani said President Trump's team will waive privilege if it has a chance to review Mueller's report before it is released; if it believes that the report is fair; and if it gets the opportunity to release a rebuttal report at the same time as Mueller's.
One of the most important witnesses in Mueller’s obstruction probe voluntarily sat down for over 30 hours of questioning
With the exception of President Donald Trump, the White House counsel Don McGahn is perhaps the most important witness for the special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into whether Trump obstructed justice in the Russia probe. McGahn interviewed with Mueller's team for over 30 hours.
Mueller is reportedly examining whether Trump’s tweets about Comey and Jeff Sessions could open him up to a witness-tampering charge
The special counsel Robert Mueller is reportedly looking into whether President Donald Trump's tweets could open him up not only to obstruction of justice, but a potential witness tampering charge.
The special counsel Robert Mueller on Friday indicted Paul Manafort, the former chairman of the Trump campaign, and Konstantin Kilimnik, a Russian-Ukrainian intelligence operative who has long been an associate of Manafort's.
President Donald Trump's lawyers are gambling with the special counsel Robert Mueller, who is spearheading the FBI's Russia investigation, as they prepare to duke it out with him in either Congress or the courts.
Among other things, President Trump's lawyers admitted for the first time that he dictated a misleading statement about his son's meeting with a Russian lawyer offering dirt on Hillary Clinton at Trump Tower in June 2016.
Trump reportedly pressed Jeff Sessions to reverse his recusal from the Russia probe at least 4 times
President Donald Trump pushed Attorney General Jeff Sessions at least three times in person and once over the phone to rethink his recusal from the Russia investigation. Sessions' recusal infuriated Trump, who once asked why "my guys" at the "Trump Justice Department" didn't do his bidding.
Andrew McCabe memo recalls conversation with Rod Rosenstein in which the deputy attorney general reportedly revealed Trump wanted him to mention Russi...
The New York Times' story suggests that Andrew McCabe believed Rod Rosenstein could have provided cover to Trump by not mentioning Russia in the statement on Comey's firing — but it was not immediately clear what Trump reportedly wanted Rosenstein to say.