In December, President Donald Trump told advisers he wanted to fire Robert Mueller after reading news reports that said the special counsel had issued a new round of subpoenas to get information about Trump’s dealings with Deutsche Bank, The New York Times reports. Trump, who reportedly was “furious,” ultimately backed down when his lawyers and advisers learned from Mueller’s office that the reports were inaccurate. On Monday, the feds raided the home and office of Trump’s personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, and were reportedly seeking documents related to payments made to porn actress Stormy Daniels and former Playboy model Karen McDougal. The Times previously reported that Trump tried to fire Mueller in June but backed down when the White House counsel threatened to quit.
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