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Posted on:    06 Jan, 2018       Views:  889

Brand New Revelation of The US President Donald Trump Action Opens New Avenue

Brand New Revelation of The US President Donald Trump Action Opens New Avenue.
Washington (AP) - Attorney General Jeff Sessions attempts to give another opportunity to President Robert Donald Trump's Special Adviser Robert Muller to keep an assertive and faithful supporter of his election bid for investigating his campaign. That their unbeknownst works of the prosecutors are possible evidence of obstruction.

The federal investigation of potential coordination between the Trump Campaign and Russia already puts a closer look at whether the work as Trump's President tries to obstruct the same investigation. These include FBI director James Kamai's firing, which has been accused by the staff that Trump has examined him in an incomplete and potentially misleading statement about a former National Security Advisor Michael Flin and a meeting of the 2016 meeting with the Russians. Encouraged the President's role in formulating the draft.

 

Brand New Revelation of The US President Donald Trump Action Opens New Avenue

 

Latest revelation - Trump has instructed his White House lawyer, Dawn McGunn, to say that he should not withdraw himself from Russian investigations - is known for Mueller's investigators, who interviewed several existing and former executive branch officers Have done It connects the picture painted by a President that he has called for a fraud and has suggested that he will be faithful under the watch of an attorney general to investigate through an intermediary,

Three people familiar with this matter have confirmed the Associated Press that McGong talked with the sessions, before they announced to urge them not to allow them to do so. One of the people said that McGunn contacted the session on the instructions of the President. All the three said to avoid discussing publicly investigated on condition of anonymity.


Professor Jimmy Guruele, a former federal prosecutor of Notre Dame, said, "This is what is said to be new, that he took action to stop the action to stop it." So now we are just in the mind of our state, Beyond their personal beliefs, sessions are used to take concrete action to prevent themselves from getting recovered. "

Although the episode has clarified Trump's closeness with the investigation, it is not clear whether Mueller's team has given evidence to prove that the President's collective action was done with corrupt intention to prove the prevention of justice. was.

Trump and his lawyers have repeatedly maintained that they did not do anything wrong and that they had the clear right to be president, to fire Kamyor and to take other actions. They can also argue that the President had the right to seek the attorney general, who had appointed him to oversee the investigation of the Russian intervention of the Justice Department, or Magh had argued with the sessions that at that time the attorney general There was no basis or reason for using self.

Jonathon Turley, a professor at George Washington University, who supports the decision of the session to recess, said that he had ordered Trump as another sign of the president's novice - and the ideal breakers - someone Instead of looking at evidence of criminal crime as a rule of governance.

 

Brand New Revelation of The US President Donald Trump Action Opens New Avenue

 

"It can be part of the learning curve," Trolley said, "it does not necessarily mean that she was covering a crime."

Turley said that he believes that McGunn has made a mistake in accepting Trump's demand that he lobbies sessions on his condemnation, the move would be "highly inappropriate" if the White House counsel told in the conversation Was that the session has already decided to step aside. To make his credit, Turley said, McNaughn once once supported McGhoon once he learned that pursuing him to follow the advice of career ethics officials.

When asked about the attempts to re-enter McGunn's session, Trump's lawyers, one of John Dowd, told AP, "I do not know anything about this" and hung it. Jay Seco, one of the president's personal lawyers, did not respond to phone calls on Thursday or Friday, for which comment was sought.

After separation from the investigation on March 2, the session said that it was not fair for him to monitor any investigation in a campaign, in which he was an active and vocal supporter, although this rebuttal also followed the revelation that he had The two previously unknown contacts were in 2016 during the campaign with the Russian ambassador to the United States. On his confirmation hearing on January, he had said that he had not met with the Russians

But before the announcement, with White House officials, it is feared that the sessions may be ready to move forward, McGuin spoke to the sessions by phone. During the conversation, according to the people familiar with this, McGonan argued on the sessions that there was no reason or basis at that time that he could move himself again. One person said McGon told him that nothing would be done to solve the problems related to the dispute whether the session had misleading answers on his confirmation hearing.

The magazine eventually accepted the conclusions of those officers, who believed that the session should be restored.


In this episode, the relevance of the key moments of McGood's Trump Presidency has been underlined, which has come under Muller's investigation.

In addition to contacting the sessions, he was the White House officer, who came into contact with Sally Yates, then acting attorney general in January 2017, worries that Flin was unsafe to blackmail to blackmail Because he was talking to the Russian ambassador. Mueller has expressed interest in knowing how the information was handled within the White House.

The session's report left the deputy attorney general Rod Roststein, in charge of investigating Russia. But after two months Trump fired Kamai, Rosenstein appointed former FLI director, Mueller to run the investigation and report it.

Four people, including Flin and Trump's former campaign chief, have been charged in the investigation so far.

Sessions Recovery is a mess for months for the tramp, the President has publicly disappointed this decision and joking about the selection of East Alabama Senator as his Attorney General.

In a July interview with The New York Times, Trump said, "Well, the sessions themselves should never have been leaked, and if he was going to take himself back, then before I got a job, Should have been told, and I am someone else. "

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