Gegli news - Trump Attorneys, Special Advice in the Discussion After posting a letter from the President's responses - 12/7/2018 10:38:44 AM 10:38:44 AM
Washington - The lawyers of the president have, in recent days, negotiated with Special Adviser, Radio Muller, since UN Secretary-General Donald Tamping on the probability of an agreement between the 2016 and Russia elections, two familiar with this issue, NBC News Said on Thursday.
The president responded to some of the questions on November 20th. At that time, his lawyers publicly stated that he only answered questions about the Russian case, and that nothing was about the possibility of blocking justice.
Sources do not specify the nature of the debate: Is Muller determined for a personal interview or how to close the process.
Joyce Vance, a former federal prosecutor and MSNBC counterpart, told NBC that the next logical step for cases would be to focus on two further types of research. The first questions will be followed up.
"They may ask for some clarification or more information," Vance said.
"Second, they open a conversation about whether the president will respond to a personal interview," he added.
When Vance asked the timing, "The timeline is reasonable. We're on vacation, they probably do not want to leave it for a long time. If they want to follow the holidays, this week will be the time to do it".
Jay Seculov, a lawyer outside the president, told NBC News, "We do not talk about the conversations we have had or did not talk with legal advisor."
Roudi Gilani, who also introduces Trump privately, declined to comment.
"The two sides are not always talking about big cases," said Chuck Russenberg, a former federal prosecutor serving as head of the staff at the time of the federal director, to Muller.
Trump has repeatedly rejected any agreement between his campaign and Russia that prevented the 2016 election from being evaluated by US official information. The president has also repeatedly referred to research as "witch hunt."