Where the investigations related to President Trump stand

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Democrats want documents relating to the patronage of Trump businesses, like the Trump International Hotel in Washington, by USA and foreign officials and dignitaries seeking to curry favor with the president.

The three chairmen on Monday cited reports that Trump "seized notes pertaining to at least one meeting he held with President Putin" and directed an interpreter to not discuss with other USA officials the substance of the communications.

The Democrats are looking at the above charges after Trump's personal lawyer Michael Cohen during his testimony to the Congress last week admitted that he carried out on his former's boss behalf many actions that would be considered illegal.

Inside the Touchdown Tavern in the presidential battleground state of Wisconsin, voter Aric Nowicki worries over how the impending release of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russian Federation investigation could affect the 2020 election for president.

The Judiciary Committee has sent letters to 81 people and entities.

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"We are going to initiate investigations into abuses of power, into corruption and into obstruction of justice", Mr. Nadler said.

The executive order would "require colleges to support free speech if they want federal research" funding, Mr. Trump said.

Both Trump and the Kremlin have denied all allegations of collusion, and Moscow has called accusations of interference in the 2016 election "absurd". In this climate, Finney says, the Democrats must tread cautiously forward once the final report is released by Mueller.

But he said on ABC that it would stretch from the White House, to the Department of Justice to Trump's son, Donald Jr., and Allen Weisselberg, the chief financial officer of the Trump Organization.

Nadler believes it is "very clear" that Trump obstructed justice. William Barr has since been confirmed as attorney general.

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McCarthy said "yes" when show anchor Maria Bartiromo when she asked him if Schiff's office was coaching Cohen, and pointed out how hard it was for Republicans to find out who had funded a dossier about Trump through Fusion GPS. The hearing also examined proposals to compel presidents and presidential candidates to make years of their tax returns public.

Democrats want documents on whether Russians lent to or invested money in Trump companies, and whether the Trump Organization helped Russian real estate customers launder money. She said this past week that the bank is cooperating with requests for documents. That could mean nearly anything; Schiff's committee can - and most certainly will - investigate Trump for the rest of the president's term. "Investigating these threats to the rule of law is an obligation of Congress and a core function of the House Judiciary Committee".

Trump fueled suspicions a year ago about his ties with Russian Federation when, in a sharp break with standard diplomatic practice, he dismissed top aides for two hours of talks with Putin during their first formal summit, in Helsinki. She has said Mulvaney may be called to testify. Trump also plays a central role in a separate case in NY, where prosecutors have implicated him in a crime. "We're waiting for a report by people that weren't elected", Trump said at CPAC.

The two committees have worked with House lawyers to figure out the appropriate way to investigate that meeting.

Engel has said that the committee will hold hearings "on the mysteries swirling around Trump's freakish relationship with Putin and his cronies, and how those dark dealings affect our national security".

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