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Report: Trump Tells Lawyers to Stay on After Mueller Report

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By    |   Monday, 25 February 2019 03:53 PM

President Donald Trump has indicated to his outside legal team that his lawyers should plan to stay on after special counsel Robert Mueller submits his report, The Daily Beast reports.

Trump reportedly told his lawyers Rudy Giuliani and Jay Sekulow that his legal team should plan on sticking around after Mueller finishes his investigation, according to two unnamed sources with knowledge of conversations Trump has had with his legal advisers over the past year.

The Daily Beast notes Trump appears most focused on the investigation being conducted by the Southern District of New York into his family business and former personal attorney Michael Cohen.

Although reports emerged last week the Mueller probe is wrapping up, the Justice Department said last Friday those rumors are incorrect, and  the special counsel's report is not expected this week.

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After special counsel Robert Mueller submits his report, President Donald Trump wants his outside legal team to stay on call, according to The Daily Beast report.
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