President Trump talks Russian Federation investigation with the Times

Posted December 30, 2017

"Here-to-fore we did, but it's being eroded and it's being eroded by facts that are being exposed and I don't think it's over", warned the IN congressman.

It looks like the investigations into Russian interference in the 2016 election, and the Trump campaign's potential ties to the country, won't be coming to an end with 2017.

Florida GOP Rep. Francis Rooney said Tuesday in an interview with MSNBC that he wants leaders of the Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation to "purge" officials that he says are politically biased against President Trump. "But I think he's going to be fair", Trump said in what the Times described as a 30-minute impromptu interview at his golf club in West Palm Beach, Florida.

"This is true only on Fox News, in President TrumpDonald John TrumpHouse Democrat slams Donald Trump Jr. for "serious case of amnesia" after testimony Skier Lindsey Vonn: I don't want to represent Trump at Olympics Poll: 4 in 10 Republicans think senior Trump advisers had improper dealings with Russia MORE's tweets and in the shoe pounding of the Freedom Caucus at legislative hearings", said Kendall, who advised Clinton during impeachment proceedings stemming from Starr's investigation.

President Trump's lawyers predict the investigation will wrap up soon.

After expressing regret that Jeff Sessions excused himself from the Russian Federation investigation, he surprisingly expressed respect for former Attorney General Eric Holder. He also called out China for shipping oil to the North Koreans, adding there will never be a friendly solution if this continues to happen.

Schmidt continued, "He wants the press to know that and he wants the press to essentially sort of thank him and, you know, I think that he thinks that the press has probably worse intentions than it really does". "It makes the country look very bad, and it puts the country in a very bad position", said Mr. Trump. "But I think it's all worked out because frankly there is absolutely no collusion, that's been proven by every Democrat is saying it".

The interview was so broad in scope, it provided fodder for instant and highly critical reaction in the media. "And eventually, probably six months before the election, they'll be loving me because they're saying, 'Please, please, don't lose Donald Trump.' O.K". "Without me, The New York Times will indeed be not the failing New York Times, but the failed New York Times".