Mueller Probe Questioning RNC Staffers on Trump Campaign

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"So, I think it's been proven that there is no collusion".

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.

"The reasons given for Starr's reset are wholly specious: There is ostensibly a "drumbeat of criticism" aimed at special counsel Robert S. Mueller III which 'has become deafening, ' including 'cascading revelations of anti-Trump bias, '" Kendall wrote. During the 30-minute impromptu conversation with Times reporters Michael Schmidt and Michael Shear at his West Palm Beach golf club, the president emphasized 16 times that special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation had turned up "no collusion".

Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election will churn on, Yahoo News reported Wednesday, as Mueller has apparently taken an interest in the online advertising operation built by the Trump campaign and Republican National Committee past year.

"It makes the country look very bad, and it puts the country in a very bad position", Trump said.

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He made headlines the same year for parking a tank outside of his home , causing a brief fight with his homeowner's association. A Texas woman has been charged with criminal mischief after reportedly going on a drunken rampage during a first date.

President Donald Trump seems to have a one-track mind these days. While he did not answer the Times' question if he thought one of former president Barack Obama's attorney generals, Eric Holder, was more loyal than Sessions, he said Holder "totally protected" Obama, something he has "great respect for".

"Newspapers, television, all forms of media will tank if I'm not there", Trump said, before adding, "Without me, their ratings are going down the tubes".

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".

Trump then took his own shot at the New York Times, whom he gave the almost thirty minute interview to.

"So they basically have to let me win", he argued. "Six months before the election, they'll be loving me because they're saying, 'Please, please, don't lose Donald Trump'".