The White House has been the subject of a flurry of news and commentary in recent weeks.
President Donald Trump, who has not yet commented publicly on the matter, has been accused of obstructing justice.
The president has been at times openly critical of his own Justice Department and his own staff.
In early February, Trump claimed to have been the victim of a “witch hunt” when he was subpoenaed to appear before a special counsel investigating alleged links between the Trump campaign and Russia.
“I think it’s an absolutely disgrace,” Trump told the New York Times in February.
“You look at the number of times they’ve gone after the president and tried to destroy him and he has never been in trouble with the justice department.
It’s really a disgrace.” “
He should be ashamed of himself.
It’s really a disgrace.”
The allegations of Trump’s personal conduct and obstruction of justice prompted the appointment of special counsel Robert Mueller as special counsel to investigate possible collusion between the Russian government and the Trump presidential campaign.
On March 4, Trump’s chief of staff Reince Priebus was fired.
On Monday, Trump issued a series of tweets in which he attacked Mueller and the special counsel.
“The Fake News Media is now trying to make a phony story out of what I said about former FBI Director Comey.
“FBI Director Comey is a highly respected man with great integrity.
He is a man of honor and integrity.
I do not know of any collusion between any country or any campaign or Russia.”