WASHINGTON – President Trump is not going to the special investigator Robert Mueller to dismiss. This stressed the chairman of the House of Representatives, Paul Ryan. “I have received assurances that his dismissal is not even being considered,” said Ryan without provide details.
Mueller is investigating whether in the election campaign of 2016 by Trumps campaigners with Russians worked to make the campaign successful and whether there since around Trump actions have been taken to the judicial process to impede.
Trump went last weekend again publicity rampage against the in his eyes, and partisan Mueller. That is “a witch hunt” began, while, according to Trump in the Mueller case of “a massive conflict of interest.”
Also in the own Republican ranks has Trumps failure to anxiety led. Leading Republicans have Trump called in to bind and Mueller to leave alone.
Incidentally, Donald Trump Sunday call with his Russian counterpart Putin. That was Sunday, by a large majority, was re-elected as president of the Russian Federation. The broadcaster NBC reported that Trump Putin, however, has called, not long after messages were spread that he Putin still had not congratulated.
The Kremlin had previously know that Putin didn’t mind that Trump had not called. A spokesman said that the most important thing is that Russia is still open for improvement of the relations with the US.