The 33-year-old businessman said the president had to tune out negative coverage from the mainstream media.
Former Chief of Staff Reince Priebus is among those said to be of interest to the special counsel.
Thirty-five percent of Gallup poll respondents believe the president did nothing wrong.
The president attacked ongoing federal investigations and called for prosecutors to probe Hillary Clinton.
Jill Wine-Banks compared Trump Jr. to a child asking his parents to help him fake an illness.
Christopher Wray was overwhelmingly voted in, winning confirmation 92-5.
Michael Caputo, a former campaign communications adviser, is among those going out-of-pocket for legal costs.
The president sent out several tweets on Sunday.
Scaramucci said the president told him it wasn't certain Russia meddled in election.
Will Don McGahn, the White House counsel, save Trump from the Russia probe? Or will he be forced to turn on his boss, as John Dean did to Nixon?
Russia says the downing of the Syrian warplane was 'a cynical violation of Syria's sovereignty.'
The former FBI director admitted leaking a memo of his conversation with Trump.
Pleading the Fifth Amendment might not allow Trump's former national security adviser to avoid turning over incriminating documents—about himself and others.
The first request from the U.S. came ahead of the presidential election, while the second one came at the beginning of 2017.
Russia investigations, a lack of federal and Republican support and repeated leaks mean the president looks less and less in control.
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.
The attorneys general join federal lawmakers in calling for an independent special counsel to investigate Russian influence in the 2016 presidential election.
The White House press secretary also asked for the lights to be turned off before he gave a briefing Tuesday night.
The Intelligence Committee chairman's withdrawal doesn't fix the investigation or solve the chamber's deeper problems.