He may not want to incriminate himself. But are his documents protected in the same way?
The president's decision to fire FBI chief James Comey did not poll well with voters, who disliked the manner in which he was terminated.
The first request from the U.S. came ahead of the presidential election, while the second one came at the beginning of 2017.
The lawyers appear to be wanting to say, "Well, we didn't technically lie."
Russia investigations, a lack of federal and Republican support and repeated leaks mean the president looks less and less in control.
The evidence presents a compelling picture of a corrupt intent to obstruct justice.
The ex-FBI director told a friend that a one-sided hug with the president left him feeling "disgusted."
A memo written by James Comey accused Trump of urging his former FBI director to end the federal investigation into Michael Flynn.
The deputy attorney general also admitted knowing FBI Director Comey would be fired before writing a memo justifying the move.
The ghostwriter of Trump's best-seller says the president needs to figure out how to resign so he can "turn a loss into a victory."
The special counsel was known at the FBI for being strong-willed, with a very different leadership style to James Comey, sources tell Newsweek.
The meeting follows a week of mounting scandal in the White House over the firing of FBI director James Comey.
Republican lawmakers say that their legislative agenda is paralyzed by recent scandals.
To fill appointments, Trump keeps turning to the law firm Kasowitz, Benson, Torres and Friedman, which has represented him for years.
The president is everywhere. If, like the writer, you are trying to escape, read on for a dose of reality.
Employees, bosses and even spouses have reason to keep records.
The latest revelations concerning the president have led to a flood of money being placed on his impeachment.
Donald Trump's National Security Adviser Flynn resigned over contact with Kislyak. Now Russia could be moving its man—and eyes are on the U.N.
Paul Visoky, a general contractor in Luzerne County, admits it would bother him if Trump had tried to end the Flynn probe, but says he wouldn't believe a Comey memo on the issue.
The president reportedly made the comments during a private meeting with the FBI director in which he also suggested the bureau should drop its investigation into Michael Flynn.