One would imagine there isn't anything more damning floating around than those emails, but I wouldn't put it past Trump Jr.to have left a voicemail saying "I love to collude with Russian Federation on behalf of the Trump campaign". He says that the president can act as if he has no conflicts of interest.
That interview came as Trump is growing increasingly annoyed by the ongoing investigation being conducted by special counsel Robert Mueller.
The Trump administration's interest in pardons comes as the Russian Federation scandal involving the president, his family members, and his surrogates heats up. "33,000 e-mails deleted?" he wrote, not specifying who was asking for a further investigation into Clinton's emails, the FBI having concluded their own investigation prior to the election.
Sessions has said on a number of occasions that he has had absolutely no contact with Russian officials and had not discussed any campaign-related matters with them.
US spy agencies intercepted the conversations between the ambassador and the officials, according to the report. She referred to a report that White House officials were shocked that Sessions hadn't resigned after being berated by Trump in public.
Sessions denied ever talking about the campaign when he recused himself from the Russian Federation investigation in March. When it later emerged he had, he said the campaign was not discussed at the meetings.
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Reuters has not confirmed the newspaper accounts.
"Generally speaking we don't think people should be judges in their own case", said Penn Law Professor Kermit Roosevelt.
"These illegal leaks, like Comey's, must stop!"
The President's son has become a focus of the investigation after it was revealed that he, Mr Kushner and Mr Manafort met with Russian representatives at Trump Tower in June 2016. He says he plans to continue in his role as attorney general. Mr Trump cited his power to pardon in a series of tweets yesterday.
He accused the "failing" New York Times of foiling an attempt to assassinate the leader of the Islamic State group, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. Trump Jr. was told the lawyer had damaging information that could be used against Democrat Hillary Clinton.
A sanctions package against Russian Federation could be unveiled Friday night, but it is expected to not include changes President Donald Trump was pushing for that would have made it easier for him to ease the penalties against America's Cold War foe.