Special counsel Robert Mueller has subpoenaed the Trump Organization for business documents - some of which are related to Russian Federation, according to The New York Times - a move that represents the latest evidence that the probe seems to have widened to include far more than simply Russia's attempts to meddle in the 2016 presidential election.
Trump has previously said that Mueller should not investigate his businesses on any subject unrelated to Russian Federation - suggesting he may feel he has something to hide.
In addition to the company's record production, the White House and the Trump campaign combined have provided more than a million pages of documents to Mueller's investigators.
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Nunberg who first worked for one of Trump's businesses and later helped advice Trump's presidential campaign, later backed off his defiance by saying he would probably cooperate in the end by finding a way to comply.
Alan Futerfas, an attorney for the Trump Organization, said in a statement that Thursday's report are "old news and our assistance and cooperation with the various investigations remains the same today".
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders declined to comment on the subpoena, reiterating the administration's position that there was "no collusion" between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation and referring further questions to the Trump Organization.
Trump eventually signed a non-binding "letter of intent" for the project to go forward and his lawyer, Michael Cohen, told The New York Times that they had discussed the project three times.
On the campaign trail Trump repeatedly denied ties to Russian Federation.
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Trump attorney Ty Cobb declined a request for comment. Since then, Trump has repeatedly denied the two ever met.
Mueller is investigating Russian attempts to influence the 2016 US election, and potential collusion by Trump aides.
Mueller is also examining whether the president has tried to obstruct the investigation.
The Trump Organization, which Trump ran with his family before he entered the White House, is an umbrella company including global real estate, hotel, and golf-course properties. The lawyers have advised Trump to refuse an interview, but the president has said he wants to do it, as he believes he has done nothing wrong and can easily answer investigators' questions. Last week, Trump spoke with Emmet Flood, a longtime Washington lawyer who represented former President Bill Clinton during the impeachment process, about coming into the White House to deal with the inquiry.
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