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George Stephanopoulos Donald Trump

George Stephanopoulos Donald Trump

Democrats said he was giving Russian Federation the go-ahead to meddle again in the next 2020 presidential election. He added McGahn was probably trying "to make himself look like a good lawyer" and might have thought he would actually fire Mueller.

Even several of the president's fellow Republicans spoke out against his remarks to ABC.

The House Judiciary Committee has issued a subpoena to McGahn, but so far he has declined to appear before the panel, citing a White House legal opinion that close presidential advisers can not be compelled to testify.

House lawmakers have also issued a subpoena to McGahn's former chief of staff, Annie Donaldson. Representatives for the House Judiciary Committee, which has called on McGahn to appear, could not be immediately reached for comment. The dossier contained 103 key allegations, none of which were were verified by special counsel Robert Mueller's 22-month investigation. He did not carry out that order or a later one to dispute news reports about the incidents, according to the special counsel's report.

When the ABC anchor referred to the FBI director telling Congress his agency should be made aware of any such foreign election meddling, Mr Trump said: "The FBI director is wrong". But it said there was insufficient evidence to establish a criminal conspiracy between the campaign and Moscow.

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Moreover, Australia also brushed aside Sri Lanka when the sides met in a warm up game before the tournament started. Mendis's mistimed drive off Starc reduced Sri Lanka to 222-7 and shattered their resistance.

During the interview, Trump said he was never going to fire Robert Mueller, despite pressing the point that the investigator was "conflicted". "I never suggested firing Mueller", he said.

Trump told Fox he did not believe any foreign power would present him with "bad" dirt on his rivals "because they know how much I love this country".

Mr Trump also maintained he would still at least review any such foreign-supplied information.

"I'm just thinking, gee, if they say 'We don't like your opponent, ' am I supposed to put the president of France, am I supposed to report him to the Federal Bureau of Investigation?" "It was very unfair".

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