Published On: Sat, Oct 21st, 2017

Russian Case: Former Trump Spokesman Spicer Interviewed By Mueller’s Team

The former press secretary of Donald Trump Sean Spicer was questioned about the Russian probe as well as the president’s meeting with Russian officials and he was interviewed by the special counsel Robert Mueller’s team on Monday.


According to people who are related to the meeting that former secretary was asked about the Russian foreign minister’s meeting with American president Donald Trump.

As well as about the dismissal of the FBI director James Comey in May and Mueller’s team is investigating about the Russian interference in the 2016 election campaign and Trump’s relation with them.

It was said in earlier days after the 2016 election that Russian was involved in the campaign while it is said that Donald Trump has the connections with the attorney general of Russia.

In some weeks ago it is found that Jr. Trump met with her but the family has denied the news and it was a shocking news to listen that Russia influenced the election campaign to help the Trump for winning the presidential seat.

Robert Miller is an American former director of Federal Bureau of investigation, now he is appointed as head of Special Counsel Investigation team.

Which is investigating the case of Russian interference in the 2016 United States elections and his team made the questions to former press sectary of Trump Spice on Monday in order to investigate the case.

During the meeting of former Trump’s former press secretary Sean Spice on Monday with Special counsel Muller’s team, it is news as reported by a related person to meeting that he was questioned about the firing of former FBI director James Comey as well as reasons behind his dismissal.

The investigating team asked about the meeting of the Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov in Oval office and all questions asked to him related to his time when he was the press secretary.

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