Trump practiced for Mueller interview with legal team. It didn't go well

Trump practiced for Mueller interview with legal team. It didn't go well

Trump's legal team, according to Giuliani, also has a list of demands: They want some topics to be "off-limits", to set a time limit for the interview, and "to know whether the interview would become public, and whether they would have the chance to issue a rebuttal to anything alleged by the special counsel".

"The Russia Witch Hunt is rapidly losing credibility", he tweeted.

The President also attempted to the put the probe beyond the legal and judicial ambit into the political orbit, asking, "Is this Phony Witch Hunt going to go on even longer so it wrongfully impacts the Mid-Term Elections, which is what the Democrats always intended?" Trump said last week that such questions amount to a "setup and trap" and that it would "seem very hard to obstruct justice for a crime that never happened!"

"There is no O, it's called Fighting Back", the President tweeted, later suggesting that the investigation was being dragged out so it could damage Republicans in the midterm elections.

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Trump warned Republicans they "better get tough and smart before it is too late!"

Despite the perceived partisan motivations, 76 percent said President TrumpDonald John TrumpSessions unveils "zero tolerance" policy at southern border NY attorney general resigns after allegations of physical abuse Trump Jr. mocks Schneiderman after reports he abused women MORE should still cooperate with the investigation if he's asked to be interviewed.

"You don't really care about Mr. Manafort's bank fraud". Paul Manafort, the former manager of the Trump campaign, was also raided by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

The drop in agreeing that Trump should cooperate was steepest among Republicans. If an agreement can't be reached and Trump is subpoenaed, Giuliani said Trump would fight the subpoena to the Supreme Court. In previous cases, notably involving Richard Nixon in the Watergate, the Court has ruled that the President has to submit to subpoena unless the matter involved national security. Democrats taking control of the House could lead to his impeachment.

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