Trump comes ahead with fresh criticism of Russian Federation inquiry

Trump comes ahead with fresh criticism of Russian Federation inquiry

An indictment in special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian election interference will be handed down on Monday, according to a new report.

"There is so much GUILT by Democrats/Clinton, and now the facts are pouring out".

President Donald Trump on Saturday visited his Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia. "DO SOMETHING!" Trump tweeted, referring to his felection rival Hillary Clinton.

'We haven't been informed of who it is, ' Schiff said of his committee.

Her comment was made in response to a question about Trump's tweeting earlier in the day that it was "commonly agreed" there had been no collusion between his presidential campaign and Russian Federation.

"Never seen such Republican ANGER & UNITY as I have concerning the lack of investigation on Clinton made Fake Dossier (now $12,000,000?)", Trump tweeted Sunday, later adding, "the Uranium to Russian Federation deal, the 33,000 plus deleted Emails, the Comey fix and so much more".

"Prosecutors like those in my former office and those that work in Bob Mueller's office now try to see who they can bring charges against first and see if they have information about someone else", Bharara said on CNN.


'I can't comment on that George, I can't answer that one way or the other, ' Schiff said.

Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort is among those of interest to investigators, particularly over financial links to Russian Federation he developed as a lobbyist and consultant.

Flagged as suspicious by US financial institutions, some of the 13 transfers Buzzfeed obtained details of involved wires of large sums from Ukraine.

Schiff said that if Manafort is indicted it may help answer 'one very central question in the investigation'.

"The president has no concerns in terms of any impact, as to what happens to them, on his campaign or on the White House", Cobb said in an interview published on October 28. Mr. Mueller reportedly has secured one or more indictments that he will announce Monday.

Schiff's non-answer came after New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie appeared on several Sunday shows and said the president wasn't being personally investigated by Mueller. A panel of nine US government agencies, including the State Department, approved the sale, though Clinton says she was "not personally involved". Reuters and The Wall Street Journal also confirmed the reports with sources speaking under anonymity. Christie cautioned on Sunday that the former Federal Bureau of Investigation chief should be "very, very careful" about proceeding with transparency and credibility.

Mr. Mueller has begun interviewing White House staff members, but he has not yet asked to speak with Mr. Trump.

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