SourcestoldReuters earlier on Wednesday that senior United States intelligence officers, including Central Intelligence Agency director Mike Pompeo, had been questioned by Mr Mueller's team about whether Mr Trump had tried to obstruct justice in the Russian Federation probe.
The interview marked the first time Sessions was questioned, although not under a subpoena, and the first time investigators spoke to a member of the president's cabinet about the case.
The White House initially said the FBI director was sacked on the recommendation of a Justice Department memo criticising Comey for his handling of the Hillary Clinton email server investigation, but Trump later contradicted this, saying he was thinking of "this Russian Federation thing" when he fired him. "The other place it may be going is toward collusion, but collusion is not a crime", Dershowitz said, adding he has not yet seen evidence of "crimes being committed near the Oval Office".
Sessions served on the Trump campaign as an adviser and surrogate. Now, a BuzzFeed News report says that Comey himself was questioned by the Special Counsel's office, and Richman is one of the attorneys representing Comey in the matter. But in an interview with NBC two days after the firing, Mr Trump tied his actions directly to the FBI's Russian Federation probe.
US intelligence agencies agreed in 2016 that Moscow was responsible for meddling in the presidential election prompting four investigations into any involvement by Trump and his associates. Investigators are assessing if the Trump campaign colluded with Russian Federation to influence the election in his favour - a claim denied by Trump and Russian Federation.
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It would also be nice to see a more competitive side to the sport, which usually sees one side dominate the entire season. The team is looking at Charles Leclerc from Ferrari, Marcus Ericsson or Antonio Giovinazzi who is a reserve for Ferrari.