Donald Trump Jr.: There’s ‘no ambiguity’ in my father’s orders

“A president may have different political imperatives, but Trump’s tweet logorrhea does not reflect a well-thought-out strategy”.On March 30, 10 days after Comey had testified that there was an ongoing investigation into possible coordination between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign, the president called Comey.He further denied ever asking Comey for his “loyalty”, contradicting Comey’s detailed sworn testimony about a private dinner the two men had in the White House. The committee soon after said the hearing would be open. “To any Democrat who wants to impeach President Trump because of Russian Federation, you’re wrong”.Jay Sekulow has been the chief counsel at the American Center for Law and Justice since 1990, focusing on free speech and religious liberty cases.The president’s outside legal team is being led by a longtime Trump attorney, Marc Kasowitz.”‘Hey, hope this happens but you got to do your job.’ That’s what he told Comey“, Trump Jr. said. Obstruction is a serious and complicated matter.Sessions is scheduled to testify Tuesday before the Senate Intelligence committee and was due for sharp questioning. To the contrary, Mueller is nearly certainly investigating the related Michael Flynn and Comey-firing angles. Director Coates said the same thing. Outside of his base of support, there are many politicians, foreign leaders, journalists and voters who don’t believe what the President has to say. Lindsey Graham, R-South Carolina, imagined warning Trump, “You may be the first president in history to go down because you can’t stop inappropriately talking about an investigation that, if you just were quiet, would clear you”. “He should give a straight yes or no to the question of whether or not the tapes exist”.Why would the president be so eager to see the investigation finished – as he has made clear he is?Comey testified that he was confused when he heard the president say on television “that he actually fired me because of the Russian Federation investigation, and learned again from the media that he was privately telling other parties that my firing had relieved great pressure on the Russian Federation investigation”. Comey also said the president “hoped” the then-FBI director would pledge him his loyalty.Democrat and Senate judiciary committee ranking member Senator Dianne Feinstein, told CNN’s State of the Union: “There were not witnesses”. Mueller will likely seek to determine whether anyone on the White House staff discussed what Trump was going to say to, or do with, Comey. Comey was leading that probe.”Jeff Sessions is a close personal friend of mine”, said Lee.Reed spoke on “Fox News Sunday”.Preet Bharara (buh-RAH’-ruh) tells ABC’s “This Week” that he thinks Trump was trying to “cultivate some kind of relationship” with him.Also, not all private conversations with the president are privileged, as many will concern topics outside of the president’s constitutional duties, said Lisa Kern Griffin, a law professor at Duke University School of Law.Bharara says Trump called him twice before the inauguration, to “shoot the breeze”. “Yesterday showed no collusion, no obstruction”, Trump said. Flynn discussed the US sanctions on Russia with the Russian ambassador in December and then lied about it to Vice President Mike Pence.Fox News Channel’s Gregg Jarrett, a former defense attorney, in an opinion piece referenced the Federal Records Act and records management regulations within the FBI to make the case that documents made in the course of business are property of the USA government, not the author.Legal analysts assume that former Federal Bureau of Investigation director Robert Mueller, the independent special counsel in charge of the Russian Federation probe, has now branched out to see whether Trump has interfered in any illegal way.Comey, who Trump fired in the midst of the investigation, called on the president to release any tapes when he testified before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday.