Over three days this week, President Donald Trump met with his legal team to discuss his written responses to special counsel Robert Mueller's questions, sources familiar with the matter told ABC News.
It's not just because of Robert Mueller's investigation and reports that Trump's son Donald Trump Jr. could be facing an indictment. "They are screaming and shouting at people, horribly threatening them to come up with the answers they want", Trump wrote on Twitter.
Special counsel Robert Mueller is investigating the Trump campaign for alleged collusion with Russian Federation. The US president branded Mueller as conflicted, adding those involved in the inquiry are a disgrace to the country.
The president later tweeted that Mr Mueller and "his gang of Democrat thugs" were destroying people, and blamed social media tech giants for unfavourable coverage towards his administration and the Republicans.
The comments come just a week after Trump forced the resignation of the USA attorney general over his refusal to oversee Mueller's probe. Check out how biased Facebook, Google and Twitter are in favor of the Democrats.
The White House is reportedly bracing itself for a slew of indictments from the special counsel Robert Mueller in the Russian Federation investigation.
Mueller, a former director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and a Vietnam War veteran, is leading one of the most explosive probes in U.S. political history.
British PM Theresa May: Brexit talks are nearing their endgame
Within the agreement was a "stable" text on the thorny issue of the Northern Irish border, according to broadcaster RTE . Downing Street said ministers would decide on the "next steps" in the crunch meeting scheduled for 2pm.
Republicans, with few exceptions, are rallying around the president.
"I don't know what they're going to charge me with", Corsi told ABC News in an interview Monday about the "horror show" investigation.
Trump's latest cabinet reshuffles and Twitter rants also appeared to reflect a growing concern over the probe.
"(Colbert didn't either.) Another former Trump staffer said there's "a level of insanity I've never seen before" at the White House", and "keep in mind, this White House has seen Kanye", he noted.
Trump and his campaign are alleged to have received help from Russian agents seeking to help defeat his 2016 opponent Hillary Clinton or at least to undermine confidence in USA democracy.
Mueller has won convictions or secured guilty pleas from several Trump campaign figures, who are cooperating with Mueller's investigators while awaiting sentencing.
President Donald Trump with Chief Paul Cell, of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, left, during an announcement of his support for a criminal justice reform bill, called the First Step Act, at the White House in Washington, on November 14.