Meeting in Trump Tower Was to Get Information on Clinton

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How Trump acts during a deposition, according to lawyer who questioned him

This morning, President Trump tweeted out an admission that contradicts over years worth of statements his team has made about the nature of the June 9, 2016 Trump Tower meeting.

However, he revealed in his tweet what many have alleged for more than a year: that the infamous Trump Tower meeting during the height of the 2016 presidential campaign was about obtaining damaging information on Clinton, his opponent for the White House, whom Trump did not specifically mention in his tweet.

"The Fake News hates me saying that they are the Enemy of the People only because they know it's TRUE", Trump tweeted Sunday. There have been no reports that information about Clinton was offered or exchanged.

"I am comfortable in saying this: if there was evidence, strong evidence of collusion, I guarantee you it would have been leaked by now", the Republican senator said.

"Well, the question is, how would it be illegal?"

And Sekulow said "the inclination is not at this point" to have a sit down.

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"What law, statute, rule or regulation has been violated?" The Russian attorney at that meeting, Natalia Veselnitskaya, has close ties to the Kremlin.

United States media then reported that the USA president had been involved in the initial statement his son issued on the meeting.

"I had bad information at that time", the lawyer said.

"I was in the case, at that point, a couple of weeks", Sekulow said on ABC's "This Week". "He walks in. He wants to take over and make the deposition his deposition even though it is mine". One attorney who deposed Trump in the 1990s told CNN about the experience in a segment that aired Friday night.

Much has been said and written about the possibility that President Donald Trump could testify under oath in the ongoing Russian Federation investigation.

Sekulow said those include a 2011 "business dispute" between Mueller and the Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Va., over club fees.

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The misdirection came amid a series of searing tweets sent from his New Jersey golf club, in which he tore into two of his favorite targets, the news media and Robert Mueller's ongoing investigation into possible links between the president's campaign and Russian Federation. American intelligence officials say Russian Federation is targeting the November congressional elections, which will determine whether or not Republicans keep control of both chambers of the U.S. Congress.

That's risky, Schiff said, since National Intelligence Director Dan Coats and other top administration officials warned just last week that the Russians are continuing their efforts to influence US voters in this year's midterm elections.

Article II establishes the president's control of the executive branch.

Trump's technique when being deposed is what Zeitz called a "nonresponsive answer".

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"It doesn't mean illegality, it doesn't mean criminality", he said.

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