"In relation to me being investigated for dismissal of the Director of the FBI man who told me to dismiss the head of the FBI!" — trump wrote in his "Twitter". Once again he called suspicions in his address "witch hunt".
Trump said earlier that he fired the FBI Director James Komi Republic, based on recommendations of the attorney General Jeff and Roman sessions and his Deputy the kind of Rosenstein.
In March, Rosenstein took over the leadership of the FBI investigation about the alleged Russian interference in presidential elections in the United States, since and Roman sessions was suspected of having links with the Kremlin. Two months later, Rosenstein was assigned to lead the investigation into the former head of the FBI Robert Mueller.
On Wednesday, the us media reported that the designated spectaculorum Mueller leads the investigation against trump because of suspicions that the President tried to obstruct justice and to put pressure on the former Director of the FBI James Komi.
According to media reports, Mueller intends to conduct a series of interviews with senior intelligence officials to find out, did trump make Komi Republic to terminate the investigation with respect to his former Advisor Michael Flynn.
According to sources Newspapers New York Times, Washington Post and Wall Street Journal, spectracolor talk to the Director of the national security Agency (NSA) Mike Rogers, his former Deputy Richard Lidgetton and the Director of National intelligence Dan Coates.
Earlier in the week it was reported that Mueller is attracted to the investigation of legal heavyweights, such as the private attorney James Quarls who participated in the investigation of the Watergate scandal, or the assistant Deputy Minister of justice Michael Dreeben, who acted for the prosecution in the Supreme court of the United States more than 100 times. The author of the blog Lawfare Paul Rosenzweig called the appointment of the last "worst news for Donald trump this week".
On Friday it became known that Vice-President Mike Pence has hired a lawyer to defend the case of alleged Russian interference in American elections. He was a former U.S. attorney Richard Cullen, who currently heads the law firm McGuire Woods.