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Donald Trump Jr.

Donald Trump Jr. lashes out at Rod Rosenstein after explosive New York Times report

It didn't take long for Donald Trump Jr. to fan the flames of the ongoing conflict between the White House and Department of Justice after a New York Times article came out reporting that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein had discussed secretly recording his father, President Donald Trump.
John Dowd, Trump's former lawyer.

Trump’s former lawyer reportedly wanted to cover Manafort’s and Gates’ legal fees, but backed off when associates warned him it woul...

At one point, John Dowd is said to have pledged $25,000 of his own money to help Paul Manafort, but he backed down after President Trump's associates advised him against it out of fear that it could appear to be an attempt by the White House to interfere in the Russia probe.
Robert Mueller.

Here’s everyone who has been charged and convicted in Mueller’s Russia probe so far

Robert Mueller has charged a total of four Americans, 25 Russians, and 3 Russian companies.
Donald Trump.

Trump walks back his decision to declassify sensitive Russia docs after the DOJ and key US allies caution against it

President Donald Trump said the Justice Department told him the release of the documents could have a "perceived" negative impact on the Russia probe, and that key US allies contacted him and asked that the documents not be released.
President Donald Trump and his surrogates have changed their stories on his campaign's numerous contacts with Russia over time.

Trump and his allies’ explanations for the campaign’s Russia contacts have seen a stark evolution as new evidence has spilled out

Over time, President Donald Trump and his loyalists have claimed the campaign never communicated with Russia, that the contacts did not amount to collusion, and that even if they did, collusion is not a crime.
Michael Cohen.

Mueller reportedly interviewed Michael Cohen for hours about every aspect of Trump’s dealings with Russia

The special counsel Robert Mueller reportedly asked Michael Cohen about President Donald Trump's business dealings with Russia, potential collusion with Russia, and whether Trump or any of his associates had discussed a pardon with Cohen.
President Trump.

Trump hasn’t read the classified Russia documents he wants released to the public

President Donald Trump admitted Tuesday that he has not read the classified documents related to the Russia investigation that he ordered to be released to the public. "I have had many people ask me to release them," Trump said.

Top Senate Democrat warns Trump to ‘be careful what you wish for’ after he orders the release of sensitive Russia documents

While the Trump campaign sought to distance itself from Carter Page after he drew scrutiny, the former adviser testified to the House Intelligence Committee last year that he had several contacts with people linked to Russia, at times with the campaign's knowledge.
White House counsel Don McGahn.

White House counsel Don McGahn was reportedly blindsided by Trump tweeting that he would be leaving the administration after he testified in the Muell...

White House counsel Don McGahn was reportedly taken aback to see President Donald Trump announcing his departure from the White House in a tweet when he had no plans to do so, The New York Times reported on Tuesday.
Michael Cohen, Trump's longtime personal lawyer and fixer, is connected to multiple investigations into the president and his businesses.

Experts say federal investigators now have ‘the perfect storm of cooperators’ against Trump

Federal investigators have flipped the three men privy to the most secret details of the main facets of President Donald Trump's life: his personal life, his campaign, and his business. Together, said one former federal prosecutor, "this is the perfect storm of cooperators."