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Investigators are looking into what Russia did to try to tip the 2016 U.S. presidential election in Trump's favor, and whether Trump's campaign colluded with Russian officials in that effort.For example, in what was apparently a rare instance of truth telling, Trump revealed to NBC News's Lester Holt that he had fired FBI Director James Comey because of "this Russia thing".By firing Comey, Trump landed himself in even more serious trouble.When Comey balked, Trump reportedly asked the heads of two other intelligence agencies to announce publicly that there had been no collusion between his campaign and Russia, a move that could provide further legal grounds to charge Trump with engaging in a pattern of obstruction.More recently, a Trump confidante told an interviewer that Trump was considering firing Mueller as well. Trump could also be removed from power by a complicated process, spelled out in the 25th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, in which he's deemed unfit to serve.
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