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Politics Robert Mueller: Trump may have lied

04:05  20 june  2020
04:05  20 june  2020 Source:   washingtonexaminer.com

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Special counsel Robert Mueller raised the possibility that President Trump lied to him during the Russia investigation.

Robert Mueller wearing a suit and tie talking on a cell phone © Provided by Washington Examiner

Newly disclosed sections of Mueller's 448-page report, unveiled Friday thanks to a legal challenge to redactions littered across the tome, showed the former FBI director's assessment of Trump's written answer about his conversations with longtime confidant Roger Stone and others about WikiLeaks.

"[Former Trump lawyer Michael] Cohen recalled a conversation in which Roger Stone told Trump that WikiLeaks planned to release information soon, and [former Trump campaign manager Paul] Manafort recalled that Trump had asked him to stay in touch with Stone about WikiLeaks," a freshly divulged passage said.

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"It is possible that, by the time the President submitted his written answers two years after the relevant events had occurred, he no longer had clear recollections of his discussions with Stone or his knowledge of Stone's asserted communications with WikiLeaks," Mueller's report continued. "But the President's conduct could also be viewed as reflecting his awareness that Stone could provide evidence that would run counter to the President's denials and would link the President to Stone's efforts to reach out to WikiLeaks."

Elsewhere in the report, it is written that Cohen recalled hearing Stone tell Trump about an upcoming WikiLeaks dump in the summer of 2016 when the secrets-leaking organization was disclosing emails stolen from Democratic officials.

In his written answers, which had already been visible to the public, Trump said he did not recall being aware of Stone or others being in contact with WikiLeaks or other entities that the U.S. government alleges to have been used or operated by Russian intelligence during the 2016 campaign.

Mueller ultimately said he could not establish a criminal conspiracy between the Trump campaign and Russia.

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