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White House Counsel Don McGahn: What you need to know
What do you know about White House Counsel Don McGahn, and why is he in the headlines, when it comes to Robert Müller-Russia probe.
White House counsel Donald McGahn lawyers allegedly President Donald Trump assured the lawyers that he can’t believe his long interviews with Special Counsel Robert Mueller accused the President of.
The Washington Post reported, citing unnamed sources, that McGahn’s lawyers issued assurances in the Wake of the Trump legal team has the criticism of the New York Times article claims that his lawyers have very little knowledge of what is said McGahn, the special counsel.
Bill Burck, an attorney for McGahn, said the President of the lawyers over the last weekend that McGahn say that Trump is guilty of any misconduct during his interviews with Müller investigators.
“Not that he has a burden on him,” Burck wrote in an E-Mail, according to the Post.
Rudy Giuliani told Fox News on Monday that the former trump attorney John Dowd “got a complete version of what was said McGahn, during this time,” and notes that he was personally aware of all the details McGhan, the investigators said. “Well, I do,” he added, saying he went over the details in the last few days.
To portray, in spite of the criticism of the media reports about McGahn interviews with the special counsel, Trump interviews, the White house as a co-operative with the investigation and as evidence that Müller, the team of the scrambling for evidence.
Disgraced and discredited Bob Miller and his whole group of Angry Democrats thugs spent more than 30 hours with the White House Councel, only with my consent, for the purposes of transparency. No one needs so much time, if you know that it is not a Russian arrangement only someone….
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 20, 2018
“Disgraced and discredited Bob Miller and his whole group of Angry Democrats thugs spent more than 30 hours with the White house Council only with my consent, for the purposes of transparency,” Trump wrote in a tweet on Monday. “Nobody needs so much time, if you know that there is no Russian agreement just someone in search of trouble.”
McGahn said to have three long interviews with the special counsel investigators since last November, to investigate the alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential elections.
The White house counsel, who is believed to be an important witness in the probe, was asked by the investigators about Trump’s private actions, when he decided to fire FBI Director James Comey publicly state attorney General Jeff Sessions over his failure to control the probe, and when he signaled a willingness to fire the Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein, the Post reported attacked.
Trump’s was legally insured team that McGahn said, the special counsel, he wanted to commit a witness to the President’s crimes and would have left his position if he had to.
But Burck also warned that McGahn is only a witness and he does not know whether Mueller has more evidence of alleged failure by the President or, if the information McGahn could be made available, in a more General case.
Lukas Mikelionis is a reporter for FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter @Lukas mikelionis.