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President Donald Trump is facing a crisis he can't manage with a tweet or a taunt. The appointment of former FBI Director Robert Mueller as special counsel overseeing the federal government's Russia investigation has dramatically raised the legal and political stakes and put Trump's young presidency in dangerous waters just four months after he was sworn into office.Trump himself may have to answer questions.And even if Trump's campaign is ultimately cleared of wrongdoing, the shadow of an investigation will hang over the White House for months or even years. Last week, Trump stunningly fired FBI Director James Comey, who was overseeing the Russia probe.Undeterred, Comey's associates then revealed that the former FBI chief has a memo of a meeting with Trump in which the president asks for the investigation into ousted national security adviser Michael Flynn to be stopped.Controversy is nothing new for Trump.
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