Trump says hands-off approach to Justice Dept. could change

On Thursday, the president of the United States, Donald Trump said that the approach of hands-off that he has taken to the department of justice of the United States given the probe into a very likely collision between his campaign and Russia could see a change. These comments could basically play a vital role in the re-ignition of the concerns that he might be moving to delay or prevent the investigation. The department of justice has a witch hunt against the President of the United States, Donald Trump going on and because of that they should not have been here. Donald Trump mentioned in an interview with the Fox News Channel that he has taken this position and he does not have to take this position anymore where he will be changing & he will not be involved with the department of justice.

In the interview with the Fox News Channel, the US president railed at James Comey who is the former director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation about what he said were the illegal leaks of classified information. At the same time, the president suggested that the department of justice should be pursuing charges against him. In a reply of the statement by Donald Trump, Comey said that he had never leaked any classified information. Trump stated that he is extremely disappointed in his justice department and as a result of this he might change his mind at some point of time because of the fact that whatever is going on presently is a complete disgrace or more precisely absolute disgrace.

Jeff Sessions who is the attorney general has been frequently criticized by the US president for his decision to rescue himself from the matters that are related to the probe of the nation of Russia. Donald Trump has also blasted both the Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who is leading the investigation and the Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who is overseeing it. Many Democrats have already expressed their concern regarding the fact that Donald Trump may try to remove either Robert Mueller or Rod Rosenstein. The US president has previously denied the fact of any kind of collusion between his presidential campaign and Russia and he did the same thing again on Thursday. On Thursday, Russia had also denied interference in the US election.

January 16, 2022 - 04:09
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