The Latest on President Donald Trump and the probe into Russian interference in the 2016 election (all times local):
President Donald Trump says he wants to know "what is taking so long" with an internal Justice Department probe expected to criticize the FBI and its handling of the case involving Democrat Hillary Clinton's private email server. Trump tweets that he hopes any findings aren't being watered down because "there are so many horrible things to tell."
The upcoming report from the Justice Department's internal watchdog is expected to criticize senior FBI leaders for not moving quickly enough to review a trove of Clinton emails discovered late in the 2016 campaign.
Trump tweeted: "What is taking so long with the Inspector General's Report on Crooked Hillary and Slippery James Comey. Numerous delays. Hope Report is not being changed and made weaker! There are so many horrible things to tell, the public has the right to know. Transparency!"
Trump has repeatedly criticized the FBI's handling of the Russia probe and said the focus should be on the Clinton email case.
The former chairman of President Donald Trump's presidential campaign is facing accusations of trying to tamper with witnesses in his ongoing criminal cases.
Paul Manafort has been accused in an indictment of acting as an unregistered foreign agent by lobbying in the U.S. on behalf of Ukrainian interests.
Prosecutors working for special counsel Robert Mueller allege in a court filing Monday that Manafort and one of his associates "repeatedly" contacted two witnesses in an effort to influence their testimony. Prosecutors say the contacts occurred earlier this year while Manafort was confined to his home.
In the filing, the government asks a federal judge to consider jailing Manafort while he awaits trial. A spokesman for Manafort says his client and his lawyers are reviewing the filing.
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