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COLUMN-Would Trump self-pardon end Russia investigations?: Frankel

The Washington Post reported Thursday that President Donald Trump is talking to advisers about issuing pardons to aides, family members and even himself in order to undermine Special Counsel Robert..
DNA

Trump 'disturbed' after learning Russia investigation can easily access his tax returns

He's reportedly considering using his presidential power to pardon to shield his family and allies from prosecution
Independent

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News video: Trump Investigates the Investigators

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President Trump’s legal team is looking into potential conflicts of interest within special counsel, Robert Mueller’s, investigative team and potential pardons for relatives and White House staff,..
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News video: Dan Abrams Foresees Trump Firing Special Counsel Mueller Within 100 Days

Dan Abrams Foresees Trump Firing Special Counsel Mueller Within 100 Days 01:13

ABC News' legal analyst Dan Abrams thinks that the days of special counsel Robert Mueller, the person running the Russia investigation, are numbered. Dan Abrams, ABC News' legal analyst, thinks that..
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News video: Russia Investigation Focusing On Trump Finances

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CBS4's Weijia Jiang Reports
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News video: Late-night laughs: Trump lashes out against Jeff Sessions

Late-night laughs: Trump lashes out against Jeff Sessions 01:46

President Trump told the New York Times that had he known Jeff Sessions was going to recuse himself from the Russia investigation, he would have not appointed him as attorney general.
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News video: President Trump's Legal Team Reportedly Investigating Mueller Aides

President Trump's Legal Team Reportedly Investigating Mueller Aides 01:06

President Donald Trump`s legal team is reportedly looking for conflicts of interest among Special Counsel Robert Mueller`s investigators as they look for links between the president and Russia.
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Firing Mueller? Pardoning cronies? Trump could get away with that and more if Congress doesn't act

President Trump is besieged. He is reportedly looking for ways to close down the Russia investigation by the Justice Department. He already tried at least once, when he fired FBI Director James Comey...
L.A. Times

White House refuses to deny reports Trump is considering pardoning himself over Russia investigation

Reports indicate that Mr Trump has been considering pardons as an option to alleviate his Russia investigation headache
Independent

Trump flirts with impeachment if he threatens Mueller

President Trump made it clear from the get-go that he regards the Russia investigation being conducted by special counsel Robert S. Mueller III as a “witch hunt,” an absurd allegation that even his..
L.A. Times

Analysis of the tortured syntax in Trump’s New York Times interview suggests mental decline or emotional stress

President Trump’s interview this week with the New York Times made headlines for his revelation that he would never have chosen Jeff Sessions as attorney general if he had known Sessions would recuse..
Raw Story

Obama Chief of Staff Urges Bipartisan Approach to Russia Probe

Former White House chief of staff Denis McDonough called on President Donald Trump and legislators to "find a bipartisan" approach to the Russia investigation.
Newsmax

Sean Spicer Abruptly Resigns Over Hiring of Scaramucci As Communications Director

sean spicer abruptly resigns over hiring of scaramucci as communications director
The White House press secretary Sean Spicer resigned on Friday after disagreeing with the hiring of wealthy financier Anthony Scaramucci as White House communications director, according to The..
WorldNews

Trump Lawyer Says Mueller Doing 'Good Job'

An attorney for President Trump praised the work of prosecutors involved in the Russia investigation and disputed the notion that the White House or Trump’s legal team was working to discredit the..
Wall Street Journal

Trump team to probe for conflicts of interest in Mueller aides

The decision, announced by anonymous insiders, follows special counsel Robert Mueller’s incorporation of the Trump family’s business ties into the ongoing Russia investigation, a decision which..
Christian Science Monitor

Trump Legal Team Reviews Options For Blocking Russia Investigation

Washington Post reporter Rosalind Helderman says President Donald Trump's lawyers are investigating members of special counsel Robert Mueller's legal team for conflicts of interest.
NPR

Kellyanne Conway: ‘The investigation has stalled’ — so Trump should hold Mueller ‘accountable’

Kellyanne Conway laid the groundwork for President Donald Trump to get rid of special counsel Robert Mueller as he expands the Russia investigation to include business dealings. The White House adviser..
Raw Story

Jay Sekulow: Pardons in Russia Investigation 'Not on the Table'

President Donald Trump's legal team has not been discussing pardons regarding special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election, Jay Sekulow, one of the..
Newsmax

Russia Investigation Focusing On Trump Finances

Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election has now turned its focus to President Donald Trump's finances.
cbs4.com

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