"The answer is that I did NOT know about the meeting", Trump said Saturday.
Trump claimed in a Fox News interview that his former lawyer "made the deals", and insisted that Cohen's actions were "not a crime", while going on to claim that "campaign violations are considered not a big deal, frankly".
Davis educated The Washington Put up that he cannot verify media reports that Cohen is able to describe Particular Counsel Robert Mueller that Trump had approach data of the 2016 Trump Tower meeting, where Donald Trump Jr. expected to uncover unfavorable data about Clinton from a Russian lawyer.
The reports said immunity had been given to Enquirer chief executive David Pecker and the newspaper's chief content officer Dylan Howard.
This contradictory excuse-making should not distract from the fact that the president has staffed his campaign and administration with shady characters, fringe ideologues and other opportunistic hangers-on who would never have approached their high positions but for Trump's lack of judgment. The Trump Organization did not respond to a request for comment.
Cooperation with authorities by Pecker and Howard could further implicate Trump in connection with the payments, which prosecutors have said violated campaign finance laws.
Legal scholar Alan Dershowitz says the case for impeachment simply isn't there.
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"We could not confirm, and we could not correct", Davis told the outlet.
Earlier it was reported that trump called the U.S. attorney General to launch an investigation against Clinton.
Trump has called the developments part of a "witch hunt" and "fake news".
Flake said the concern is Sessions would be the first domino to fall "then what happens with Rod RosensteinRod Jay RosensteinTension between Trump, Justice reaches pivotal point The Hill's Morning Report: Trump's allies turn against him Mueller's "speaking indictments" offer clues to strategy MORE, what happens with Bob Mueller", he said, referring to the deputy attorney general and the special counsel.
For special counsel Robert Mueller III, whom Trump has been vilifying with increasing bile, it was another day of vindication.
"The president's entitled to an attorney general he has faith in, somebody that's qualified for the job, and I think there will come a time, sooner rather than later, where it will be time to have a new face and a fresh voice at the Department of Justice", Graham said.
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