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Rudy Guiliani's comments to The New York Times appeared to be an attempt at publicly pressuring Robert Mueller as President Donald Trump's team considers letting Trump be interviewed by the special counsel.
Trump argues he’s fighting back on Russia probe, not obstructing justice, while vaguely threatening ’13 Angry Democrats’
President Donald Trump gave a rundown of his thinking about the twin probes into possible wrongdoing from his campaign and administration on Monday, and threatened Democratic lawmakers in the process.
There’s no scenario where Trump could come out unscathed from an interview with Mueller, experts say
Legal experts warn that the special counsel Robert Mueller's questions for President Donald Trump could place him in enormous legal or political jeopardy, and sitting for an interview would probably be a trap.
The special counsel Robert Mueller is tying up loose ends in his obstruction case against President Trump.
The special counsel Robert Mueller most likely has enough evidence to wrap up his obstruction case without an interview with the president.
Outgoing CIA director Mike Pompeo refused to answer questions about a meeting at which President Donald Trump ranted about then-FBI director James Comey.
President Trump was angry about news reports that special counsel Robert Mueller had subpoenaed Deutsche Bank records connected to his business dealings.
Prosecutors label someone a target when they have enough evidence to charge them. Robert Mueller needs one more thing before he can make that decision.
Mueller is putting together a report in the obstruction case that could be as damaging to Trump as an indictment
President Donald Trump may not be out of the woods in the special counsel Robert Mueller's inquiry into whether the president attempted to obstruct justice.
Revelations that Trump’s lawyer may have dangled pardons to Flynn and Manafort leave a huge question unanswered
It's unlikely a defense attorney would act without the knowledge or approval of his client in an investigation as high-profile as the Russia probe.