Rudolph W. Giuliani said the president’s lawyers have ‘pretty much finished’ drafting a response to a potential subpoena request from the special counsel.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) held private meetings with Russian officials during his recent trip to Moscow and Saint Petersburg.
White House aides are mapping out plans for the fall, offering a variety of options for involvement, such as campaign visits by Ivanka Trump.
Giuliani says Trump’s legal team plans to send a letter to Mueller that will rebuff an offer of a presidential interview that would include questions about possible obstruction of justice.
In a private meeting, several Senate Republicans discussed the implications of the network’s strategy of limiting help for GOP candidates.
The president’s lawyer said Trump is mentioned in about a dozen of the 183 recording seized by the FBI from Michael Cohen’s law office and home.
Two people familiar with the plan said former U.S. ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul will visit Fiona Hill on Tuesday.
The Ohio governor acknowledged that his dismay may not be shared by most Republicans.
The conduct of former FBI director James B. Comey and a top agent are flash points for some Republicans.
The veteran of the Nixon, Ford and Reagan administrations helped convene discussions of senior intelligence officials at the University of Cambridge.
The source is now at the center of a battle that has pitted President Trump against his own Justice Department.
The conclusion signals that it would be left to Congress to address any finding of wrongdoing by Trump in the Russia investigation.
The former New York mayor had previously taken a leave of absence. On Thursday, his firm announced his resignation, effective the day before.
The White House sided last week with FBI and intelligence officials, who said information sought by the House Intelligence Committee chairman could endanger the source.
Rep. Tony Cárdenas (D-Calif.) has vehemently denied the allegations that he sexually abused a 16-year-old girl in 2006.
The newest member of President Trump’s legal team says Trump was pleased with Giuliani’s appearance on Sean Hannity’s show.
Trump’s legal team seeks a “more aggressive” approach as it contends with the possibility of a presidential subpoena.
The articles would be unlikely to garner support in Congress, but could serve as a provocative political weapon for conservatives.
The former White House strategist has met in recent days with West Wing aides, lawmakers and other Trump allies.
The decision, confirmed by several people familiar with his plans, is certain to sap morale for Republican already facing difficult midterm elections.