There are recordings that were released after he left the presidency, by Lyndon Johnson, who wrote his political thoughts in the Oval Office often pronounced in words and mundane expressions. It is a glimpse of the true emotion of being President, which Directors-General usually try to protect from the public eye.
Not so President Trump. On Thursday morning, he called Fox News "Fox and Friends" for a lengthy and sometimes furious interview that covered a number of topics. Nothing brought Trump more obvious frustration than questions about investigating possible coordination between his campaign and Russian actors during the 2016 election.
"They have this witch hunt, with people in the Ministry of Justice who should not. When they are there, they have one Witch hunt against the President of the United States, "said Trump," I have taken the position – and I do not have to take this position and maybe I will change – that I will not be involved in the Ministry of Justice, I'll wait for that to pass It's all – it's all lies and it's a terrible thing that's going on. "
He specifically proposed the team of Special Adviser Robert S. Mueller III.
"The problem is that it is so – if you look at it, you are so conflictual," he said. "The people doing the investigation have 13 people who are Democrats, you have Hillary Clinton people, you have people who worked on Hillary Clinton's Foundation, they are all – I do not mean democrats, I mean like the real one Business. "
As we have already mentioned, there are connections between lawyers working for Mueller and Democratic candidates, including Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. But the decision-makers in the investigation – Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein and Mueller himself – are Republicans, and Rosenstein himself was appointed by Trump.
What's interesting about the conversation between Trump and Fox is Fox News a poll on Wednesday showed that most Americans side with Mueller – but this data was never presented to Trump to challenge his argument.
For example, Fox pollster asked if Americans thought Trump was treated fairly by Müller and his team. A fifth of Americans said that they were extremely confident that he was; 64 percent said they were at least somewhat convinced that Trump was being treated fairly.
Unsurprisingly, there was a sharp division of the partisans, with one-third of Democrats expressing utter reliance on Mueller and 45 percent of Republicans
Trump's frequent claims that the investigation was unnecessary are not viewed by shared by most Americans. Two-thirds of Americans said it was at least important that the investigation continue. More than half of the Democrats said this was extremely important, while more than half of Republicans said it was not important at all.
The most notable finding from Fox's survey is that more than half of Americans saw it as likely that Mueller would provide evidence of criminal or unreasonable crime. Most Republicans said it was not likely at all – but even 22 percent of that group said it was at least likely.
(Mind you, "unreasonable offenses" can mean almost anything.)
Trump hear tell it (over and over), he's already been relieved.
"The Intelligence Committee and everyone else has not colluded – there are no collusion with me and the Russians," he said, referring to an investigation by the Intelligence Committee Englisch: www.mjfriendship.de/en/index.php?op…=view&id=167. Several months ago, he was circumcised by key figures such as former security adviser Michael Flynn and Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort.  There was a collusion  By the way, the only collusion is with the Democrats and the Russians, "Trump argued," look at what's going on there. "