The president has reportedly considered firing Robert Mueller and Rod Rosenstein.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders spoke about the president's authority after the raid on his lawyer's office.
As well as Michael Cohen, Jared Kushner's company is also reportedly under investigation.
Authorities are reportedly interested in payments he made to Stormy Daniels.
Elliott Broidy reportedly suggested nominees, including his personal lawyer.
Rod Rosenstein's new acting top deputy is Edward O'Callaghan, who worked for the McCain-Palin campaign.
Subjects of investigations, however, can easily become targets.
A porn star—expert at faking enjoyment in totally male-centric sex—would seem to be an unlikely paragon of revolutionary female politics. But in the Trump era, it could not be any other way.
Senators Lindsey Graham and Jeff Flake, both of whom have leveled criticism against the president before, indicated that firing Mueller would be impeachable conduct.
The president's legal team has handed over extensive documents to shorten the time he spends in face-to-face interviews with the special counsel.
The firings of James Comey and Michael Flynn might be the key.
"The only reason Mr. Mueller could ever be dismissed is for cause," he said. "I see no cause when it comes to Mr. Mueller."
George Nader was convicted of trafficking child porn in the early 1990s.
George Nader spent decades in Middle East policy circles. He disappeared for years before reportedly resurfacing in the Trump White House.
Sam Nunberg suggested Trump "may have done something" illegal during the 2016 race for the White House.
Nunberg was an aide on Trump's 2016 campaign.
"Jared Kushner has many, many strikes lining up against him in the Mueller investigation," Carl Bernstein said.