Russia investigations turn to the new developments. According to the new report from “The Washington Post” states that the special counsel has told US president Trump’s lawyers that he remains under investigation, but he is not a criminal target at this point which means investigators have concluded there is firm evidence suspect has committed a crime, so the president now faces the complicated situations and must decide whether he will submit to an interview with special counsel Bob Mueller.
Trump still under investigation and that interview could possibly put Mr. Trump in jeopardy if the US president’s testimony does not line up with the facts of Mr. Mueller’s probe. The special counsel has already gotten five guilty pleas in connections with false statements made to the investigators.
A White House lawyer overseeing the Russia matter, Ty Cobb said, “As the White House has repeatedly and emphatically said for months, there is no consideration about firing or replacing the special counsel with whom the White House has fully cooperated to permit a fully vetted yet prompt conclusion.”
Don McGahn and Ty Cobb, White House lawyers, work for president Trump on Russia investigation. They are responsible for protecting the office of the presidency, not the president personally.
An Austrian politician and economist, Alexander Van der Bellen going to pay $20,000 fine and spend a month in prison for lying to investigators and destroying e-mails in connection with contracts he had with former Trump campaign officials, Paul Manafort and Rick Gates.
US president having a hard time getting good lawyers, tweeting, “Many lawyers and top law firms want to represent me in the Russia case…don’t believe the Fake News narrative that it is hard to find a lawyer who wants to take this on. Fame & fortune will NEVER be turned down by a lawyer, though some are conflicted. Problem is that a new……”