Trump says 'at some point' he won't stay away from Justice Depar

Trump says 'at some point' he won't stay away from Justice Depar

Trump says 'at some point' he won't stay away from Justice Depar

Giuliani, who joined Trump's legal team last week, conveyed the ongoing resistance of Trump and his advisers to an interview with federal investigators, but did not rule out the possibility, the people said, adding that Giuliani pressed Mueller for clarity on when the probe is expected to end. "It is a total, it is all lies and it is a disgusting thing that is going on, a awful thing", the president continued. But he did confirm Cohen represented him on "this insane Stormy Daniels deal". From what he has seen, the president said, Cohen did "absolutely nothing wrong".

He pointed to the ongoing special counsel investigation into alleged collusion between his campaign and the Russian government as evidence that the department is against him.

"Doc Ronny - you know, we call him Doc Ronny, we call him Admiral Ronny".

Trump insisted Cohen handles only a "tiny little fraction" of his legal dealing "like this insane Stormy Daniels deal, and from what I see he did absolutely nothing wrong". For much of the interview, they seemed merely trying to slow down a runaway train. "I have nothing to do with his business", an agitated Trump said. "Welcome to the world of politics".

"The FBI cleared that book", Comey said, calling Trump's statement "false". "I never said that", Trump said, calling Comey a liar and leaker who wrote "phony memos". However, he added, "I may change my mind at some point".

The Post reports, nevertheless, that Rudy Giuliani, Trump's lawyer and the former mayor of NY, met with Mueller's team this week to discuss the possibility of Trump's talking to investigators.

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"They have a witch hunt against the president of the United States going on", Trump said.

"Mr. Trump and Mr. Cohen previously represented to the American people that Mr. Cohen acted on his own and Mr. Trump knew nothing about the agreement with my client, the $130k payment, etc".

In a Manhattan federal court filing Thursday, prosecutors said they are now OK with appointing a "special prosecutor" to take over the review of documents seized in an FBI raid on Cohen's office, residence and hotel room. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has vowed not to put it on the floor, House Republicans have shown no interest in the measure, and Trump would be unlikely to sign it.

Trump was coy about arrangements to meet with North Korean ruler Kim Jong Un, saying he had "incredible pictures of Central Intelligence Agency chief/Secretary of State nominee Mike Pompeo meeting with Kim which he said lasted about an hour".

"They're not bringing up real charges against the other side", he rued.

While North Korea has paused some of its nuclear activities, it has not promised a permanent change, including giving up its nuclear weapons - and its vows in the past have proved to be fleeting.

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