A new report that found special counsel Robert Mueller has subpoenaed the Trump Organization for documents relating Russian Federation and other subjects of the investigation could be bad news for President Donald Trump.
"This is old news and our assistance and cooperation with the various investigations remains the same today", Futefas said. The Trump Organization, which U.S. President Donald Trump ran with his family before he entered the White House, played down the significance of any subpoena, a lawyer saying on Thursday that the company has told the public since July that it is being cooperative with the special counsel's investigation. The company has said that it never had real estate holdings in Russian Federation, but witnesses recently interviewed by Mueller have been asked about a possible real estate deal in Moscow.
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His former campaign chairman Paul Manafort faces more than 300 years in prison if he's convicted of charges stemming from Mueller's investigation that are unrelated to alleged Russian meddling in the election.
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The breadth of the subpoena that came to light Thursday was not clear, nor was it clear why Mueller issued it instead of simply asking for the documents from the company, an umbrella organization that oversees Trump's business ventures.
Witnesses have already been asked about planned property deals in Moscow.
McClatchy News has previously reported that the FBI is investigating whether a Russian banker funneled funds to the National Rifle Association to help Trump.
News of the subpoena broke shortly after the Trump administration announced a new raft of sanctions on Russia, including Russian nationals previously indicted in the special counsel probe.
The former Trump campaign aide said he was angry over Mueller's request to have him appear in front of a grand jury and turn over thousands of emails and other communications with other ex-officials in an interview with The Associated Press.