He believes he is above the law, ignores the emoluments clause, makes growing enemies lists, has an obsession with leaks, wants to toss offending reporters in prison, has White House spokesmen with little credibility, has his own jargon for lying (Nixon: "inoperable" statements; Trump: "alternative facts"), leaking false and manufactured information to the media during the campaign, and they even share a dirty trickster in Robert Stone. On Monday, speculation was stoked that Trump was considering terminating Mueller, after a confidante of the president suggested it was under consideration.
Dianne Feinstein, top Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee, said she was "increasingly concerned" that Trump will fire both Mueller and Rosenstein.
High-profile supporters of President Donald Trump are turning on special counsel Robert Mueller, the man charged with investigating Russian interference in the US election and possible collusion with Trump's campaign.
Ruddy, who had been at the White House Monday, told PBS' Judy Woodruff that "I think he's considering perhaps terminating the special counsel".
Of course the man leading that movement - US president Donald Trump - continues to produce head-scratching responses to the scandal. Look who he is hiring.
Last month, Gingrich had tweeted: "Robert Mueller is superb choice to be special counsel". Trump has suggested there might be tapes of his encounters with Comey; Comey said last week that "lordy" he hopes there are. During an NBC interview days later, Trump admitted that his frustration over the ongoing Russian Federation probe played a role in his decision to fire Comey.
If Republicans were to state right now that firing Mueller is a red line for them, it would require an acknowledgment that this whole "Trump as naif" narrative is just nonsense - that the problem is not that Trump needs to learn the rules, but rather that he does not believe the rules should apply to him.
Meanwhile, a chorus of Trump supporters, from former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich to commentator Ann Coulter, is assailing Mueller's independence.
He is planning to interview two top US intelligence officials about whether Trump sought their help to get the Federal Bureau of Investigation to back off a related probe of former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, according to three people familiar with the inquiry.
Can Microsoft's Xbox One X Take on Sony's PS4?
Lego City Undercover, Super Bomberman R , Just Dance 2017, Skylnaders Imaginators Starter Pack are all selling for $39.99 each. Plus, the added power should help original Xbox games run better on Xbox One, just as we've seen with 360 games.
At least 30 confirmed dead following London tower fire
The cause of the Grenfell Tower fire is still unclear, but residents have been claiming since 2009 that the building was unsafe. A lawyer for the family told CNN that Trevisan spoke with her parents before she died, telling them: "I am going to heaven".
Cabinet briefed on plans for Government deal with DUP
May reportedly took full responsibility for the result but vowed to lead the Tories through the term if MPs backed her. But the prospect of a deal has prompted warnings that it could upset Northern Ireland's fragile peace.
US Open: Tommy Fleetwood remains calm ahead of final-day test
South Korea's Kim will lead the Asian quest for a major today after Hideki Matsuyama was unable to build on his second round 65. Scheffler isn't the only amateur making waves at Erin Hills, with Cameron Champ two shots back of the lead at 5 under.
USOpen: Four-way tie at Erin Hills
That's two Brits and two Americans, and no one you'd recognize if you saw them in the Tally Ho Pub & Grill a mile from Erin Hills. Meanwhile, Leishman had raced up the leaderboard through his opening 10 holes before a double bogey at the par-4 12th.
US Open - the story of the third round
The 25-year-old Matsuyama, ranked No. 4 in the world, birdied six of his first eight holes in the second round. He needs to finish the job today. "With where I was hitting it", he said with a smile, "I wasn't in the way".
US Open sees top seeds cut, four-way tie for lead
Despite the lack of marquee names atop the leaderboard, this is hardly an unknown group of contenders battling it out for the U.S. We talked it out and got back to hitting the fairways and doing the basics and that led to some birdies on the front nine.
76ers and Celtics agree to deal for No 1 pick
The Pacers have made clear that Paul George isn't on the block at this point, and it'd take more than the pick just to get him. However, none of them are notably better than the other and one of them will be available at No. 4 overall draft pick.