Donald Trump narrowly avoids a risky sit-down with Robert Mueller


It also means that Mueller's team is losing a cooperating witness from the top of Donald Trump's presidential campaign who was present for several key episodes under investigation.

Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election and whether Trump obstructed justice is reportedly expected to come to a close within the next few weeks.

Trump has repeatedly derided Mueller's investigation as a "witch hunt" and insisted there was "no collusion" between his campaign and Russian Federation.

Most prominent among those 13 is prosecutor Andrew Weissmann - who attended Clinton's election night party.

"They want me to say I willfully lied. There was NO Collusion & Mueller knows it!"

As the nation awaits Mueller's final report, news shows and outlets are permeated by endless and rampant speculation.

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Alan Dershowitz, a Harvard law professor and frequent defender of President Donald Trump, has a grim prediction for the president regarding the outcome of special counsel Robert Mueller's Russian Federation investigation.

"I think the report is going to be devastating to the president and I know that the president's team is already working on a response to the report", Dershowitz said.

I think the report is going to be devastating to the president. He still does not contemplate that it is going to render a criminal case. He tweeted in 2017 that Dershowitz's appearance on "Fox and Friends" was a "must watch" as he talked about the Mueller investigation. "His use of word "devastating" would indicate either that or rank speculation". Amy Klobuchar, a Democrat on the Judiciary Committee, also said that the probe may have been imperiled by the engagement of functioning Attorney General Matthew Whitaker. He continued on to imply by question that Mueller would be ignoring "crimes of many kinds" by individuals on "the other side", specifically mentioning John Podesta, suggesting that the process will be biased to harm Trump and protect those who help harm him.

Whitaker, who has been critical of the Mueller probe in the past, isn't planning on recusing himself from oversight of the investigation, much to the Democrats' chagrin.

Dershowitz said that he doubted the investigation into Russia's meddling in the 2016 USA presidential election would result in criminal charges against Trump but that the results could still devastate the president.