Mueller's office obtained a guilty plea from Flynn for lying to the FBI about contacts with the USA ambassador to Russian Federation, and the former Trump aide is now cooperating with the investigation.
Asked whether he would be willing to meet special counsel Robert Mueller, Trump deflected the question by repeatedly denying that investigators had found any evidence of collusion between his campaign team and Russian Federation.
Now, Trump's team is strategizing for a potential interview between the president and Mueller in the coming weeks.
"Democrats and Republicans have drastically different views on whether Trump will be cleared of wrongdoing in the Russian Federation probe led by special counsel Robert Mueller", he said, according to Politico.
"You can't say things that are false, knowingly false, and be able to smile as money pours into your bank account", Trump said.
There has been no official request by Mueller's office to interview the president yet, but Trump's lawyers are anticipating that Mueller may request information from Trump related to his investigation into Russia's attempted meddling in the 2016 election.
Earlier Wednesday, the president called the congressional and federal inquiries on Russian Federation the "single greatest Witch Hunt in American history", urging Republican lawmakers to "take control" of the proceedings. In a tweet on Wednesday (10 January), Trump urged Republicans to "finally take control" of the investigation. It does hurt our government.
We know for a fact that a crooked Federal Bureau of Investigation agent was on Robert Mueller's team.
Nahigian said the agency's cooperation with the special counsel without the knowledge of the transition "will irreversibly chill the operations of future presidential transition teams".
Asked whether Trump's physical examination, scheduled for Saturday at Walter Reed National Military Medical Centre, would include a psychiatric component, deputy White House press secretary Hogan Gidley replied, "No".
She released the transcript of Glenn Simpson's interview against the objections of the committee's Republican chairman Chuck Grassley.
Norway's leader says her country is committed to the Paris climate agreement and sees tremendous economic opportunities in the green economy. Certainly I'll see what happens.
Roberts followed up that embarrassment by asking Trump to answer the actual question, which turned out to be that Trump doesn't actually think he will submit to the interview, after all.
Texas Sen. John Cornyn, the No. 2 Senate Republican who serves on the Senate Judiciary and Intelligence Committees, said it would make sense for the President to be "cooperative".