Mr. Trump regularly resorts to ongoing investigations, as on Monday, and has considered dismissing Mr. Mueller – a menacing threat that has split the Republican Party
. Trump has recently come to the conclusion that the case in which the Special Envoy investigates a possible impediment to justice is in fact that Trump is resisting false accusations that he considers to be false.
The president has stated that the investigation of Democrats, although Mr. Mueller is a long-time Republican
In another tweet on Monday, Mr. Trump said that the Russia investigation "quickly loses credibility" and referred to the Republican findings of the House's intelligence committee ̵
Last year, Chairman of Panel Devin Nunes of California resigned from leading Russian investigations into questions about his own credibility in order to conduct a fair and bipartisan investigation
. Trump has previously summoned about 13 "hardened" Democrats in the Special Advisory Group. At least 17 of the team's lawyers have contributed to democratic campaigns, according to the Federal Election Commission. And three of the lawyers are Democrats, reports in the Washington Post and PolitiFact. But the political leanings of the other 14 are unclear.
On Sunday, Rudolph W. Giuliani, one of Mr. Trump's lawyers, also suggested that there are problems with the government's investigation.
"There is no question that the amount of government misconduct is mounting," said Giuliani, a former federal attorney and New York mayor, on ABC's "This Week." "I happen to think that it's bigger than anyone very embarrassing for my former Justice Department. "
Mr. Giuliani referred to the recent criticism of a federal judge on the fraud case of the special adviser against the former campaign manager of Trump, Paul Manafort. The judge, T. S. Ellis III. Said on Friday that Mr. Miller was more interested in Mr. Manafort providing incriminating details about Mr. Trump than he is in Mr. Manafort's allegations of fraud.
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