Trump Slams Reporter For Asking Him If He Worked For Russia

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The New York Times reported Friday that the FBI launched an investigation into Trump after he fired Comey over concerns that he was working on behalf of Russian Federation and against USA interests. Democratic Party emails were hacked shortly thereafter by an operation linked to the Kremlin.

Among Boot's arguments that endorse the view Trump is a Russian agent are the assertions of Donald Trump 2014 that the Trump Organization doesn't rely on American banks. Analysts and pundits have also spent the past two years analyzing evidence to determine whether Putin may have compromising material on Trump, as some experts allege.

"I think it's a disgrace you even asked that question", Trump told a reporter who queried him about his ties to Russian Federation outside the White House as he prepared to leave for New Orleans to speak at a farm convention.

US President Donald Trump declared Monday that he has "never" worked on behalf of Russian Federation after bombshell reports were published on his alleged ties to the Kremlin.

Republican Representative John Ratcliffe, who grilled Page in a closed-door meeting, said she had left him with the impression that "the lead investigator of the Russian collusion case, Peter Strzok, had found no evidence of collusion after almost a year". After the rigged & botched Crooked Hillary investigation, where she was interviewed on July 4th Weekend, not recorded or sworn in, and where she said she didn't know anything (a lie).the FBI was in complete turmoil (see N.Y. Post) because of Comey's poor leadership and the way he handled the Clinton mess (not to mention his usurpation of powers from the Justice Department). "I mean Rosenstein, Comey, Mueller, McCabe, the whole crowd and they were out to get this president no matter what".

"I have those meetings one on one with all leaders", he said.

Trump also condemned the question of whether he was a Russian asset when he was asked about it on Saturday during a call in to Jeanine Pirro's Fox News show.

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Trump's failure to allow other officials into the room or share notes of the meeting has become something of a Rorschach test inside the government.

No official accounts of their talks have been released, but Trump told Pirro there was nothing to hide about their discussions and could release a transcript.

Earlier, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler said in a statement that in the coming weeks his panel "will take steps to better understand both the president's actions and the FBI's response to that behavior".

That investigation is being conducted by special counsel Robert S. Mueller III, who was appointed after Trump fired Comey.

When asked directly by Rep. John Ratcliffe (R-Texas) if Trump was acting at Russia's behest when he fired Comey, Baker replied, "I don't know".

He called the then-leaders of the Federal Bureau of Investigation who made a decision to investigate him "known scoundrels, I guess you could say dirty cops".