President Donald Trump has told aides that he will not be caught up in the investigation into Russia meddling headed by special counsel Robert Mueller, The Washington Post reported Saturday.
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The Post cited “two advisers” in its dispatch.
However, Trump “thinks the American people are finally starting to conclude that the Democrats, as opposed to his campaign, colluded with the Russians,” according to the report.
Because the Mueller probe has involved a number of his closest aides, the negative reports have caused the president “to lose his cool — especially in the evenings and early mornings, when he often is most isolated,” the advisers told the newspaper.
“Trump seethed with anger,” on Wednesday, they said, after news reports disclosed Attorney General Jeff Sessions dining with deputy Rod Rosenstein and Solicitor General Noel Francisco.
Axios, which published the photograph, described the outing as “a show of solidarity” after President Trump slammed Sessions on Twitter for assigning a probe of alleged surveillance abuses by the FBI and Justice Department to the IG and not criminal prosecutors.
But in a rare display of defiance, Sessions, a former five-term Republican Alabama senator who was the first in Congress to endorse Trump, said in a statement:
“As long as I am the attorney general, I will continue to discharge my duties with integrity and honor, and this department will continue to do its work in a fair and impartial manner according to the law and the Constitution.”