The White House on Monday refused to say whether President Donald Trump would sit down with investigator Robert Mueller to answer questions about possible collusion between his campaign and Russia during the 2016 presidential race. “The White House does not comment on communications with the Office of the Special Counsel out of respect for the Office of the Special Counsel and its process,” a statement from Trump lawyer Ty Cobb read. Mueller, a former FBI director, is heading up an independent investigation into possible links between Russian activities and the Trump campaign last May.
12 November, 2017 U.S. to promote 'universal access' to fossil fuels at climate talks By Valerie Volcovici WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States hopes to promote wider use of fossil fuels at a global meeting on climate change next week, a White House official said, reflecting the gaping divide between Washington and the rest of the ...
30 October, 2017 White House punts on key Mueller questions President Trump’s press secretary, Sarah Sanders, ducked questions about the charges against Paul Manafort and George Papadopoulos, as well as key questions about Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation.
18 August, 2017 White House lawyer Cobb predicts quick end to Mueller probe The White House lawyer brought in to deal with special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election said he believed the focus of the probe was "narrow" and the aspects related to President Donald Trump should be completed before the end of the […]