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Trump Agreed With 'Cooperative Approach' in Engaging With Mueller

Trump Agreed With 'Cooperative Approach' in Engaging With Mueller

Democratic leaders have pushed for Republicans to move legislation to protect Mueller.

Rosenstein met with President Trump at the White House on Thursday.

Sajudin's contract with America Media Inc., the Enquirer's parent company, was first reported by The New Yorker and The Associated Press.

Some law professors, such as University of Virginia's John Duffy, say the proposal conflicts with the principle that the Constitution vests all executive power in the president "not just some fraction of it".

"Trump could keep firing people down the chain of command until he found someone willing to fire Mueller", Kent said.

"I think it would be a massive mistake for the president to do anything to interfere with this investigation", said Corker, while also noting that the president "knows most every Republican senator feels that way". "The less the president said on this whole thing, the better off he would be, the stronger his presidency would be".

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The Special Counsel Independence & Integrity Act combines bipartisan bills introduced by Sens.

The overall goal of the new legislation is guaranteeing - through the involvement of a three-judge panel - that any effort to get rid of the special counsel is justified. A similar bill proposed by Sens.

Republican Sens. Thom Tillis of North Carolina and Lindsey Graham of SC, and Democratic Sens.

Neither of those bills has come up for a vote.

But the prospects for a presidential interview drastically dimmed once the Federal Bureau of Investigation raided the home, office and hotel room of Trump's long-time personal lawyer, Michael Cohen on Monday, these people said.

According to published reports, the release attributed the shift in voters' attitudes to Federal Bureau of Investigation raids on Monday of the home and offices of Trump's personal lawyer Michael Cohen, reportedly due to a tip provided by Mueller.

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"I think that it would be perceived as political and I think a lot of Republicans would be concerned about that", Dershowitz told Bob Corker, Republican-Tennessee. "I've shared with the president what a massive mistake it would be for him to do this". "We've been advised that the president certainly has the power to make that decision", she said, responding to questions about the president's legal ability to fire Mueller.

"We'll see what happens", he said.

"Why don't I just fire Mueller?"

The group is calling for hundreds of rallies to take place across the country protesting Trump's action if such a firing occurs. I hope these reports are dead wrong.

Earlier on Wednesday, Graham said Trump firing Mueller would be "the beginning of the end of his presidency".

"And we have a very important responsibility - in fact, more important than ever - to protect the special counsel" he said.

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