Trump Will Return To New York Next Week 'For More Meetings'

Christie: 'The President Is Welcome To The Beach House Any Time'

Christie: 'The President Is Welcome To The Beach House Any Time'

The words that follow "Morning Joe's" "Not her but the words that come out of her mouth when she's spinning, talking about how Bob Mueller has, you know, given to Democrats" defy all credibility.

"It's the grand jury that actually issues the subpoenas".

Mueller was appointed in May to oversee the probe into Russia's attempts to interfere with the 2016 election, including whether the Trump campaign colluded with the country.

"I have no indication the president is going to fire Mueller", he said, "his lawyer said today, here recently, that they wanna get this over with as quickly as possible". If there really was nothing to see here, as Trump claims, Mueller's team won't need to keep digging.

Grand juries are common vehicles to gather evidence, though they do not suggest any criminal charges are near or will necessarily be sought.

CONWAY: The most important thing that press secretary Sarah Sanders said there, which is completely true, is that there's no outcome to any of these meetings.

But then she repeated that "the president is not a target of any investigation".

Conway deflected, echoing Huckabee Sanders' assertions that Trump weighed in as "any father would" before Stephanopoulos challenged her further, noting the White House's problem with "telling the truth".

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He says Swift then suddenly announced it was time to take the picture, forcing him to jump into the photo "at the last second". The questionnaire also asks potential jurors if they listen to KYGO, the country music station where Mueller used to work.

Fresh off the first weekend of a 17-day "working vacation" at his golf resort in Bedminister, New Jersey, President Trump announced Monday morning that he'll be traveling to NY next week to attend some meetings.

The details of Trump Jr.'s meeting were first reported by The New York Times.

Others now in the administration, like Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Kushner, have not been forthcoming about their Russian Federation meetings, however innocuous they might have been.

She said she was not changing the topic from Russian Federation, adding "let's talk about credibility that impacts people.those were big lies".

Congress, the judicial branch and Trump's own administration have all played a role in expanding the investigation and taking it seriously. Even the most cynical person has to acknowledge that would be an extraordinary conspiracy the likes of which the United States has never seen.

The Trump White House may have new discipline, thanks to Chief of Staff John Kelly.

Now, just because an investigation is indeed very real doesn't mean we know its conclusion. "There's no question that it is because clearly, the date that we've made the bill retroactive to", he told "Fox News Sunday".

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