A series of surveys have found Americans split down party lines about Mueller's Russia investigation.
The special counsel has continuously applied pressure on President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman
Mueller filed a previous indictment against them last October.
Trump later deleted his initial tweet and replaced it with the exact same message but with “Sessions” spelled right.
He admitted to lying about communications he had with Rick Gates, who is also facing charges.
Republican attitudes toward the law enforcement agency have grown more negative over the past year.
"General McMaster forgot to say that the results of the 2016 election were not impacted or changed by the Russians," Trump tweeted Saturday.
The people and entities in the indictment are the first foreign defendants named in the special counsel's investigation.
Kushner’s access to classified information even on a short-term basis “appears to represent a security threat,” the complaint states.
Kushner Companies “is not under investigation for any tax issues,” its attorney stated.
“I liken it to being on a wild horse,” Steyer said of America under Trump.
A spokesman for Hillary Clinton said the allegations are a distraction from the probe into Russian collusion in the 2016 election.
According to the Department of Homeland Security, 21 states were targeted, but a small number of them were "successfully penetrated."
The president's lawyers are concerned he could face charges of lying to special counsel.
Trump is “frantically doing everything he can to avoid testifying” before the special counsel, the host of MSNBC's "Morning Joe" said.
Mark Corallo left President Donald Trump’s legal team last July.
The president's legal team argues that Mueller hasn't shown Trump is the only one who can answer investigators' questions.
The president claims he never tried to fire the special counsel.
The television hosts have butted heads in the past.
Representative Adam Schiff condemned Trump's alleged attempt to get rid of the special counsel.
Donald McGahn was interviewed by Mueller in early December.
The president's upcoming interview with the special counsel is a minefield after latest revelations, experts say.