Where the investigations related to President Trump stand

President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump dance at the Freedom Ball in Washington DC

President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump dance at the Freedom Ball in Washington DC

"As a matter of fairness, they should show it to you - so we can correct it if they're wrong", Giuliani told the outlet.

There has been no communication between either the special counsel or the president's legal team since before Christmas, Mr. Giuliani told Reuters.

"Unlike President Obama, who let Russian Federation and other foreign adversaries push America around, President Trump has actually been tough on Russian Federation", she added.

Mueller's final report can be finished within months and Giuliani is hoping he can use executive privilege to get his hands on it before the public.

We may finally have a concrete deadline for the Mueller report. The FBI's counterintelligence division handles national security matters.

Read the entire New York Times report here.

Giuliani said the ball was now in the special counsel's court.

The investigation the FBI opened into Trump also had a criminal aspect, which has always been publicly known: whether his firing of Comey constituted obstruction of justice.

The Washington Post reported Wednesday that White House counsel Pat Cipollone is gearing up by hiring 17 new lawyers to the team to prepare to "prevent President Trump's confidential discussions with top advisers from being disclosed to House Democratic investigators and revealed in the special counsel's long-awaited report".

The House Oversight and Reform Committee announced Thursday that Cohen will testify before that panel february 7, a little more than a month after the Democrats took the House majority. "I have no concerns about Cohen at all because I can prove with very little effort that he is a total, complete and absolute liar", he told The Hill.

Now, Trump said Thursday before he left for Texas that he "didn't know anything about" Manafort's dealing with Kilimnik - or the fact that his campaign chairman shared polling data with the Russian. You can give it to anyone. But, according to the Times, the bureau decided not to open a file on Trump himself, because it was unsure of how to investigate a major party candidate for the president of the United States. It is unclear whether Mueller is continuing that part of the investigation, which has focused mainly on possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian government, the Times reports.

"The crime is the conspiracy, the agreement".