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Here are the biggest questions we still don’t know the answer to. 1 of 30 Full Screen Autoplay Close Skip Ad × What it’s like to work for President Trump on the campaign trail View Photos Former President Donald Trump’s administration has been under fire for several weeks over alleged ties to Russia.
Caption Former President Trump’s former chief of staff Reince Priebus and his son, Jared, have been charged with fraud, obstruction of justice and lying to Congress in connection with their lobbying work.
“We know we have a problem here,” Priebus said Thursday.
“And I believe that it’s a national emergency.”
Trump said at the time that the charges were “100 percent fabricated.”
“The whole thing is fabricated, totally fabricated, and I think that it has nothing to do with Russia, it has everything to do,” he said.
Trump and other Republican leaders have also called for the Justice Department to investigate the lobbying work of Priebus and Jared Kushner.
The Justice Department has denied the allegations, and Trump has denied any knowledge of the work.
Trump also has faced a backlash for comments he made on Fox News last month that were seen as insulting to black people.
“I’ve never said I don’t think blacks should be treated with dignity and respect, or that we should have the ability to shoot them,” Trump said, referring to a video that showed him talking to a black man in an elevator.
“But you know what?
I just want to see if he would shoot me in the back, and if that would stop me, I don, I think he would.”
At the time, Trump said he was referring to an elevator incident in which a man said he wanted to shoot him in the “back,” a reference to the alleged incident that he said he’d never experienced.
Trump has said that he is proud of his father’s work in politics.
“He is my greatest influence in politics,” Trump told Fox News’ Sean Hannity in January.
“If I’m ever going to get elected, I’m going to be the greatest president ever elected.
Trump has also faced criticism for comments about the Ku Klux Klan, which he said were “wrong” and that he would not disavow.
“There’s something called the KKK.
It’s not a thing,” Trump, who has previously said the KKK is a “hate group,” said during a March 31 campaign rally in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
“You know what the KKK stands for?
They don’t want you to get married, they don’t care what you look like, and they don.
I hate the KKK, and so do a lot of people.
And I don`t know if I should disavow it.
But you know, I have to look at it.
The KKK, you know the Klan, they hate you.”
Trump later apologized, saying he was “trying to be nice” and said he meant no disrespect to anyone.
“No, I`m not,” Trump tweeted.
“Sorry if I was a little harsh.
But I should have been more respectful.”
In an interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper in April, Trump also said that people in the KKK are “disgusted and hurt” by his comments.
“That’s a real hate group,” Trump reportedly said.
“They have hatred and contempt for people who are different than them.”
In June, Trump told The Associated Press that he was disappointed with the Justice Justice Department’s response to the case.
“This case is one that we were never going to win.
It is a disgrace.
The government’s not going to let me get away with it,” Trump was quoted as saying.
“The people who went after me are very good people.
I mean, I am proud of the people who did this to me, but this was not going in the right direction. “
It`s the wrong way to do business.
Maybe they`re not going after me anymore, but I don’ see how it gets better.”