Karl's comments come two days after the New York Times reported that the FBI opened an investigation into whether Trump was working on behalf of Russian Federation in 2017 following the president's dismissal of former FBI director James Comey.
"I think it's the most insulting thing I've ever been asked", Trump told her when asked if he had ever worked on behalf of Russian Federation. "It's just a hoax".
During a television appearance Saturday night, after the counterintelligence component of the Trump investigation was first reported by the New York Times, Trump called a question whether he had ever worked for Russian Federation "insulting" but did not directly answer it.
Page later told lawmakers that after a nine-month long FBI investigation, just as Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Trump's alleged Russian Federation ties was taking off, the agency still had found no indication that Trump and his campaign had actually colluded with Russian Federation.
In December, Mr Cohen admitted arranging hush money payments to Mr Trump's alleged lovers, blaming his former boss for leading him to "choose the path of darkness".
Trump also pointed to "bias" shown by former Federal Bureau of Investigation agent Peter Strzok and former Federal Bureau of Investigation lawyer Lisa Page, two employees who were having an affair and exchanged derogatory texts about Trump.
Previous year both House and Senate Democrats called on Trump's interpreters to testify on the president's meetings with Putin, including the leaders' July summit in Helsinki. You either charge them, that is to say that you file an indictment, or you don't.
"When people listen to this around the world, they wonder what the authority of the president of the United States is, whether he has legitimate leadership standing here in this country".
Jeremy Corbyn: Confidence vote ‘soon’ but Brexit plan later
Reports from Westminster suggest more than 200 of the 650 MPs back the deal, far short of the number needed for it to pass. The backstop is a legally-binding guarantee ensuring no hard border will emerge on the island of Ireland in the future.
McCabe was sacked in March 2018.
On Saturday, the Post reported Trump took notes that his interpreter made during a 2017 meeting with Putin in Hamburg. (Former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson did attend that meeting.) You'll recall that Trump was also later revealed to have had a long private conversation with Putin at the official G20 banquet. "We need to investigate, because we don't know whether, you know, the worst-case scenario is possibly true or the President is totally innocent and we need to get this thing over with - and so he can move forward with his agenda", Baker said at the time, according to CNN.
"We have those meetings all the time no big deal".
Nunes is the ranking member in the House Intelligence Committee now that Democrats hold the majority in the November elections. "Shouldn't we find out whether our president is really putting 'America first?'"
A spokesman for Schiff declined to comment further.
Like Pompeo, Republican Senator Lindsey Graham (S.C.) cast doubt on the New York Times report, and said he would investigate.