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Mueller Is Investigating Trump as a Russian Asset

14 January 2019

According to the Post, Trump's alleged behavior is "is at odds with the known practices of previous presidents", who, when meeting with individuals like Putin, for example, "relied on senior aides to witness meetings and take comprehensive notes then shared with other officials and departments".

The chair of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, Rep. Eliot Engel (D-NY), told the Post "it's been several months since" Trump's closed-door meeting with Putin in Helsinki, Finland, "and we still don't know what went on in that meeting". "I couldn't care less". I am not sure what "into the void" is supposed to mean when we are talking about the internet, but Trump's multiple tweets on the border received up to 123,000 likes, 29,000 retweets, and 49,000 comments.

Ratcliffe said he was aware of the Baker revelations in October, and House Republicans had been working through proper channels to make the entire transcript public.

Trump did so after a meeting with Putin in 2017 in Hamburg that was also attended by then-Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.

The Washington Post story is the second in 24 hours to highlight Trump's unusual dealings with Russian Federation and its leader.

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The FBI launched an investigation into whether Donald Trump had been working on behalf of Russia against American interests - and Trump went to extraordinary lengths to hide from his own administration the details of his conversations with Russian president Vladimir Putin, according to two bombshell reports.

Sanders called the report "absurd".

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"You had Trump say only nice things about Putin - he never spoke ill about Russian Federation".

In the same interview with Pirro, Trump referred to the Times' article as "the most insulting article I've ever had written [about me]". "And if you read the article, you'd see that they found absolutely nothing".

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"My firing of James Comey was a great day for America", Trump said, describing the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director as "a Crooked Cop who is being totally protected by his best friend, Bob Mueller".

Trump also took aim at an earlier story in The New York Times stating that the FBI launched a previously undisclosed counterintelligence investigation to determine whether he posed a national security threat, at the same time that it opened a criminal probe into possible obstruction of justice.

Comey appeared to respond to Trump's tweet, writing on Twitter: "I ask you to judge me by the enemies I have made".

Trump's Democratic opponents have continually accused him of being beholden to Russian Federation during the 2016 race and throughout his two years in office, despite multiple policy decisions which Moscow has vigorously criticised.

The spokesman added that Trump has tried to "improve the relationship with Russia" and "imposed significant new sanctions in response to Russian malign activities".

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The president on Saturday also slammed familiar targets including Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who's investigating possible ties between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation, former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, and Democrat Hillary Clinton.