"There's absolutely no doubt that the Russians were interfering with the election for the purpose of helping the Trump campaign," Andrew McCabe said.
The inquiry comes after former acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe confirmed reports that he discussed invoking the 25th Amendment with DOJ officials to remove the president from office.
"I don't put a lot of stock in the things Mr. McCabe said," Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on NBC's "Today," dodging repeated questions about what he knew as CIA director.
"We've seen time and time again that when Trump and Putin get together, President Putin spins lies and disinformation that President Trump accepts," Michael McFaul said.
"Folks, Donald Trump is the president," Conway said. "It's been going on a couple of years now and get used to it."
"North Korea's diplomacy has taken an unprecedented tactical course, which is tailor-made for Trump," warned Thae Yong Ho, a former North Korean deputy ambassador to Britain who defected in 2016.
The former acting FBI director suggested the president's alleged links with Russia could amount to something more sinister than previously believed.
Rosen will replace Rod Rosenstein, who has been attacked recently by the president over claims of a secret taping plot.
"Just in the past few days, the counterintelligence red flags are flying a lot higher than they did, arguably, then, when this investigation was first launched" after the James Comey firing, Samantha Vinograd said.
"The information I have, including the memos I wrote, I've given all that to the special counsel's team," Andrew McCabe told "The View."
"I hope the new garden brings renewed strength to each child that visits," Melania Trump stated.
"Their loyalty under law is not to him personally. It is to the Constitution of the United States and to the people of United States," Senator Elizabeth Warren said.
"This is Vladimir Putin, who he was trying to do business with, who was helping him win the election," Jeffrey Toobin said.
Andrew McCabe in a "60 Minutes" interview described chaos in the top echelons of the FBI and Department of Justice after Trump took office.
The president also asked Andrew McCabe whether he voted for him.
Sessions reportedly voiced his mistrust of "those new people with nose rings and tattoos—who knows what they're doing?"
Following the firing of FBI Director James Comey, former Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe said he initiated the FBI's obstruction of justice and counterintelligence investigations into the president.
McCabe is facing potential criminal charges over allegedly lying to internal investigators at the FBI.
The Justice Department inspector general began a review of Comey and McCabe in 2017.
Trump will do anything to maintain his power—even sacrifice American democracy.