Sources told CNN that Cohen is reportedly willing to discuss the matter with Mueller, who is investigating possible ties between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation.
Trump lashed out in response to Cohen's claim Friday morning, denying again that he knew in advance of the meeting.
Special counsel Robert Mueller is reportedly looking at President Donald Trump's tweets and negative remarks about Attorney General Jeff Sessions and former FBI Director James Comey as part of a probe into obstruction of justice.
The commander-in-chief has attacked and insulted Sessions and Comey repeatedly on Twitter, in person and at rallies and in other public comments.
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The Commerce Department said durable goods orders jumped by 1.0 percent in June after falling by a revised 0.3 percent in May. Brent crude, used to price global oils, added 61 cents to close at $74.54.
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The Frenchman is unsettled at Old Trafford and has been given the green light to leave this summer - but only on United's terms. Asked about leaving United, Darmian said: "Yes, that's what I want, but we will see what happens because we don't know".
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Williams said at the time she had been tested five times on June, compared to one or none from some of her compatriots. The 36-year-old tennis star had previously expressed frustration about the volume of her tests earlier this month.
But Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani dismissed the special counsel Robert Mueller's interest in the tweets. "Witch Hunt!" Trump tweeted in May, although as CNN noted at the time, prosecutors can bring charges on obstruction of justice even if no one else is charged. "You need to lock down the argument".
Around the time he said publicly last summer that he would have chosen another attorney general had he known Mr. Sessions was going to recuse himself from the Russian Federation investigation, Mr. Trump tried behind closed doors to persuade Mr. Sessions to reverse that decision.
Turley said he often disagrees with Trump's decision to tweet things, but that his social media presence shows the president "plays poker with the cards facing outward". "Remember, the president is accused of asking the FBI director to end the investigation into his former National Security Advisor, Michael Flynn, the president is accused of trying to get Comey to put out the word that he's not under investigation". What I've said and what I'm talking about are facts.