FILE - Donald Trump Jr. attends the annual White House Easter Egg Roll on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, April 2, 2018.
It has made sweeping new demands for information from scores of people on topics including the administration's activities, the president's business and his potential ties to Russian Federation.
Those criminal probes and others could carry on for months if not years after Mueller completes his Russian Federation investigation, potentially casting an even longer shadow over Trump's time in the Oval Office.
A former campaign aide for President Trump, one of 81 people to receive a request for documents this week from the House Judiciary Committee, has already informed the committee that he has no records responsive to their inquiries and he does not plan to testify in front of the committee.
The letters demanded documents that could shed light on possible obstruction of justice and abuse of office by the administration and Trump himself.
On Monday, the House Judiciary Committee, chaired by Rep. The committee said there might be additional requests.
All of them received requests asking for any documentation related to the meeting - materials they have all already turned over to the House and Senate intelligence committees, which have both been probing the meeting for nearly two years. "The White House produced 21,000 plus-or-minus 1,000 documents".
"Unlike the Democrats on the Hill who have this Cohen show while the president of our country is trying to negotiate, you know, the potential denuclearization of the North Korean peninsula, which would have otherwise been important to the people in the past - I think that's shameful".
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It's always nice to get end-of-season awards and I'm sure he'll be in the running. We knew it would be tough but we will look to the next game".
McCain said that if the Emoluments Clause "ends up being what gets" Trump, then Hostin needs to add that to her bio because of her strong interest in whether Trump violated it or not. To get to the point where those articles are written and approved by a Judiciary Committee majority (of Democrats and, ideally, constitutional-conservative Republicans), however, inquiries and investigations must proceed, hearings must be held, witnesses will nearly certainly have to be subpoenaed.
Democrats say Cohen's testimony before the House Oversight Committee last week directly implicated Trump in various crimes including campaign finance violations.
Mr Nadler's probe also touches on matters including the firing of former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey and hush payments made to women who say they had affairs with Mr Trump. Both spent more than a year in Trump's inner circle and have featured prominently in books and other published accounts of conditions in the Trump White House.
Mr Nadler also sought documents on any attempts to give or receive information to "foreign entities" or individuals in connection with the 2016 campaign.
Democrats want documents on whether Russians lent to or invested money in Trump companies, and whether the Trump Organization helped Russian real estate customers launder money.
Former White House lawyer Ty Cobb opened up about his experience helping President Donald Trump navigate the special counsel investigation of Robert S. Mueller III for almost 11 months.