President Trump Says He Believes Robert Mueller's Russia Investigation Will 'Be Fair'

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"Here-to-fore we did, but it's being eroded and it's being eroded by facts that are being exposed and I don't think it's over", warned the IN congressman.

Sixteen times during the interview, Trump repeated "no collusion" had been discovered as a result of the investigation, and maintained that Democrats concocted the allegations "as a hoax, as a ruse, as an excuse for losing an election".

Special counsel Robert Mueller's team has begun interviewing Republican National Committee staffers about the GOP digital operation the Trump campaign used to target swing-state voters, Yahoo!

While at the president's West Palm Beach golf club, Trump provided a far-reaching, unscripted interview to the New York Times.

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US President Donald Trump says he thinks special counsel Robert Mueller is "going to be fair" in his investigation into possible collusion between Trump's team and Russian officials.

Trump said he thought a prolonged probe "makes the country look bad" but said it has energized his core supporters.

A big point of interest, however, was when the president noted that the media "have" to let him win re-election, suggesting that without his omnipresence, institutions like the "failing New York Times" will become the "failed New York Times". Trump suggested that may end, though, because he claims China is allowing oil to enter North Korea despite global pressure to isolate economically the rouge nation. "You've got an open partisan being hired in all of these key little slots that are partisan and it challenges the credibility of some of the FBI", said Rep. Brat who found details concerning potential FBI use of the unverified Steele Dossier and anti-Trump texts messages sent by FBI agent Peter Strzok to be major breeches in FBI standards. "But I think it's all worked out because frankly there is absolutely no collusion, that's been proven by every Democrat is saying it". "And eventually, probably six months before the election, they'll be loving me because they're saying, 'Please, please, don't lose Donald Trump.' O.K".