The US President called this information “invented news»
President Donald trump on Friday denied a publication of the newspaper the New York Times reported yesterday that in June last year, the head of the White house allegedly ordered to fire special Prosecutor Robert Mueller, in charge of the investigation about the Russian intervention in the election campaign of 2016.
As follows from the information obtained by this newspaper from an unnamed sources, the President changed that decision after the chief legal adviser of the administration of don Boston refused to comply with this order, threatening to resign.
“It’s thought the news guys said Donald trump, answering journalists’ questions in Davos. Is invented news. Typical New York Times. Invented history.”
According to the newspaper, citing four current and former administration officials, the US President accused spectacular in the “conflict of interest”, stating that he can’t conduct an impartial investigation.
The White house counsel Ty Cobb did not comment on this information.
“We refuse to comment because, with respect to the office of the special Prosecutor and the work he does,” said the lawyer.
However, on Thursday evening and Friday morning a number of us media outlets, including the conservative Fox News channel, said that “independent sources” confirmed the information about the President’s decision.
We will remind, on Wednesday Donald trump said he was willing under oath to answer the questions Robert Mueller. According to the President, lawyers in the White house now agree “the interview” and the preparation process may take “two to three weeks”.