Special Counsel Robert Mueller does not give interviews or press conferences, and there are no leaks of information coming out of his office. When he communicates, it is by legal filings made in a court of law. And on Tuesday he claimed in such a filing that election meddling operations like those conducted by Russia during the 2016 presidential election are still occurring.
Russia used Facebook's ad targeting system to help Donald Trump carry both Wisconsin and Michigan.
"How has [Putin] earned a face-to-face, full-scale, bilateral meeting with the U.S. president? What has he done to deserve that meeting and that respect?"
During an interview on Fox News Sunday, incoming Trump chief of staff Reince Priebus refused to deny that Trump coordinated or communicated with Russia during the campaign. Instead of a denial, Priebus tried to turn Russian election interference into a partisan issue.