Trump won't consent to Mueller interview until 'spy' info released: Giuliani

Trump won't consent to Mueller interview until 'spy' info released: Giuliani

On Thursday, the Department of Justice held two briefings for a select group of congressional lawmakers to go over classified information about the confidential source and how he was used. "The whole thing is already a waste of money".

Later Friday, The New York Times and The Washington Post reported that Trump's personal attorney, Michael Cohen, met at Trump Tower in New York days before the 2017 inauguration with a Russian billionaire who was sanctioned this year by the USA government. Senior intelligence and law enforcement officials, including FBI Director Christopher Wray, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats, attended the briefings to provide members of Congress with more information.

"His mood was excellent", Giuliani told Politico.

Or, so declares Donald Trump, who is outraged, really outraged, that after the Federal Bureau of Investigation was told by the Australian ambassador that a Trump campaign official was boasting about his contacts with Russian Federation, a "human source" was asked to find out what was going on. Trump and congressional Republicans have argued for months that the goal of the FBI investigation was to help Clinton win the election. Trump is seeing him that way nonetheless.

"What motivated putting him in? What did they get?" We can't trust anything they say! And why did they hide it for so long? Halper subsequently met with former Trump advisers Carter Page, George Papadopoulos and Sam Clovis during the campaign. Three former Trump aides have pleaded guilty and are co-operating with the investigation. Rest assured, if the meetings had produced even an iota of evidence that there was anything inappropriate in the FBI's counterintelligence investigation, they would have run to Fox News to trumpet their outrage so fast the soles of their shoes would have melted. Clapper said Tuesday. "Trying to understand were the Russians infiltrating, trying to gain access, trying to gain leverage or influence which is what they do".

The statement from the White House added: "They also conveyed the President's understanding of the need to protect human intelligence services and the importance of communication between the branches of government".

Initially, the White House had planned for only House Intelligence Committee chair Devin Nunes - its longtime co-conspirator in ginning up politically useful conspiracy theories - to receive this briefing.

They spoke "to relay the president's desire for as much openness as possible under the law", White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in a statement.

"It should be very easy to brief us", Giuliani said.

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"He's not the subject or target of that investigation".

But he said, "I look forward to the prompt completion of the Intelligence Committee's oversight work in this area now that they are getting the cooperation necessary. while protecting sources and methods". "And if Obama knew about it, why can't Trump?"

Questions would likely be raised about the appropriateness of sharing the information with the White House in light of the ongoing probe into Trump's campaign. This is the most benign form of information gathering. According to a USA official familiar with the broader of the two meetings, the briefers did not reveal the name of the informant.

'SPYGATE could be one of the biggest political scandals in history!' the president tweeted earlier this week. If they were sufficiently anxious, he said, they could stop doing business in those places.

It remained unclear what, if any, spying was done.

President Trump on Thursday blasted top Obama officials for what he's now dubbed "SPYGATE", while claiming that former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper has essentially "admitted" to "Spying" on his campaign during the 2016 election. Trying to placate Trump and keep his job, Rosenstein turned the FBI's handling of the Russian Federation investigation over to an inspector general to probe.

"I think we win it", Giuliani said.

Trump responded to Comey's tweet in an exclusive interview with "Fox & Friends" Thursday.

Yates condemned the President's demand as an escalation of his efforts to direct the Justice Department's investigative activities "to a different and more unsafe level" that threatened the public's confidence in the agency.

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