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President Trump appears to confirm he's under investigation with tweet

19 June 2017

Rosenstein - in charge because Attorney General Jeff Sessions has recused himself from the investigation into the Trump campaign's ties with Russian Federation - then appointed Mueller as special counsel.

President Donald Trump confirmed Friday, June 16, 2017, he was under investigation and appeared to take aim at a senior Justice Department official, in a tweet that seemed to encapsulate his frustration with the ongoing focus on Russia's involvement in the 2016 election.

The deputy attorney general wrote the memo that recommended Mr. Comey's firing, which the president initially relied on to justify the dismissal.

According to the Washington Post, Mueller's investigation had included whether Trump carried out obstruction of justice after Comey testified that the president had urged him to halt Michael Flynn's investigation, his former national security adviser.

Earlier this week, reports emerged claiming that Trump is under the investigation of Special Counsel Robert Mueller over the dismissal of Comey.

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"If he fires Mueller, I will tell you, we are right on the brink of a constitutional crisis", the IL senator said.

Donald Trump has reportedly been yelling at TV sets in the White House as he becomes "increasingly angry" about an investigation into alleged Russian meddling in the U.S. presidential election.

It's yet another tweet that's unleashed intense media speculation... a presidential post of less than 140 characters.

Trump did not respond to shouted questions from the media as he was leaving the White House lawns to board Marine One for the Joint Andres Air Force Base for his day-long trip to Florida. In a series of tweets on Friday morning the president confirmed that he was being investigated for firing James Comey on May 9th.

Mr Flynn was forced out in February after he misled the vice-president about his conversations with Russia's ambassador before Mr Trump took office.

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However, The Washington Post report on Wednesday said that changed shortly after Mr Comey's firing. Though Mr Pence was not involved in Mr Trump's presidential campaign, he may be called as a witness in the investigation into links between the Trump campaign team and Russian Federation. "Witch Hunt", President Trump tweeted on Friday morning. He testified that he leaked information about the notes through a friend to the Times to increase pressure for the appointment of a special prosecutor after he concluded Trump's administration "defamed" him and the Federal Bureau of Investigation after his May 9 firing.

"Why is that Hillary Clinton's family and Dems dealings with Russian Federation are not looked at, but my non-dealings are?" he asked.

On Thursday Trump derided a "witch hunt" against him, led by some "very bad" people.

"The President was not confirming the investigation".

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President Trump appears to confirm he's under investigation with tweet