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White House counsel Don McGahn.

One of the most important witnesses in Mueller’s obstruction probe voluntarily sat down for over 30 hours of questioning

With the exception of President Donald Trump, the White House counsel Don McGahn is perhaps the most important witness for the special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into whether Trump obstructed justice in the Russia probe. McGahn interviewed with Mueller's team for over 30 hours.
Former Donald Trump presidential campaign manager Paul Manafort looks on during Game Four of the American League Championship Series at Yankee Stadium on October 17, 2017 in the Bronx borough of New York City.

What we know about Paul Manafort’s tangled web of connections to Russia

Paul Manafort is currently on trial in the special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation. These are his ties to Russia.

Trump keeps conflating Russian meddling and collusion, and experts worry it could have a devastating effect on national security

President Donald Trump has a habit of conflating Russian election interference and Russian collusion. Experts worry that his trademark response that there was "no collusion" also translates to an unwillingness to address Russia's continuing attacks on the US electoral system.
President Donald Trump's prepared remarks show his own handwritten notes at the start of a meeting with members of Congress at the White House on July 17, 2018.

Trump read from a typed script to claim he misspoke in his press conference with Putin, with a handwritten note: ‘THERE WAS NO COLUSION’

President Donald Trump read from a typed script on Tuesday afternoon to claim he misspoke in his press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday. The paper also included a handwritten note saying "THERE WAS NO COLUSION."
The hosts of "Fox & Friends" speak directly to President Donald Trump on Tuesday morning.

The hosts of ‘Fox & Friends,’ Trump’s favorite morning show, delivered perhaps their most stinging rebuke yet of the president

President Donald Trump's favorite cable-news hosts directly addressed the president on the morning after his widely condemned press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin, urging him to publicly criticize Russian meddling in the 2016 US election after failing to do so Monday.
Robert Mueller.

Mueller indicts 12 Russian intelligence officers on hacking charges

The special counsel Robert Mueller on Friday indicted 12 Russian intelligence officers suspected of playing a role in the hack of the Democratic National Committee during the 2016 US election.
The Trump campaign is currently under investigation for possible collusion and obstruction of justice related to the FBI's Russia probe.

New Senate Intelligence Committee report backs up the intel community’s findings on Russian election meddling and flies in the face of TrumpR...

The Senate Intelligence Committee released a bipartisan report on the US intelligence community's January 2017 assessment of Russia's election meddling. It found that the assessment was a "sound intelligence product" and that the conclusions were "reached in a professional and transparent manner."
Donald Trump Jr. (L) and Donald Trump (R).

3 Trump associates have now hinted he may know more than he’s letting on about the Russia meeting at Trump Tower

President Donald Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen, defense attorney Rudy Giuliani, and former campaign aide Sam Nunberg have all either declined to back up Trump's claim that he did not know about the meeting or explicitly suggested he knew about it in advance.
Paul Manafort.

A federal judge who Trump praised just denied Paul Manafort’s motion to dismiss Mueller’s charges against him

US District Judge T.S. Ellis III concluded that deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein and special counsel Mueller acted lawfully and within their authority while conducting the Russia probe, and that Mueller is authorized to indict Paul Manafort with financial crimes.
Paul Manafort.

In a significant blow to Manafort’s defense, a federal judge struck down his motion to suppress evidence against him in the Russia probe

US District Judge Amy Berman Jackson struck down a motion from Paul Manafort, the former chairman of President Donald Trump's campaign, to suppress evidence obtained against him following the FBI's search of a storage locker belonging to his consulting firm.