Special Prosecutor and former FBI Director Robert Mueller comes after the Standing Committee on Intelligence over Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, at the Capitol in Washington on June 21, 2017. MICHAEL REYNOLDS EFE

President Donald Trump on Thursday stated it has been “very frustrating” that this special prosecutor in charge of investigating Russian interference in the 2016 elections, Robert Mueller, is “friend” of James Comey, the previous FBI director whom the president terminated.

“He’s very, very warm and friendly to Comey, which happens to be very frustrating,” Trump said in an interview on Thursday and will air on Friday morning’s Fox and Friends television show.

In a small clip from Fox News, Mueller, who was designated in May by the Justice Department to independently check out probable links regarding the Trump campaign and also the Kremlin, ought to be removed from office On account of his friendship with Comey.

Despite being “very frustrating” this friendship, Trump did not get to ask Mueller to retire or be fired from the post, and simply said that “lets see” what goes on.

Trump once again stated that he has not been involved in “obstruction” of the law, possibility that has arisen as a result of Comey’s testimony before the Senate and that, according to media reports, Mueller is investigating.

“There has been no obstructions, there has been absolutely no plot (with Russia). There is a leak (of confidential details) from Comey, but there’s been no plot or obstruction, and practically everybody concurs on that, “Trump explained.

He also complained that “all individuals who hired” Mueller for his research team “were supporters of Hillary Clinton,” his rival in the 2016 presidential election.

Comey, dismissed by Trump on 9 May and formerly in charge of the Russian investigation, testified two weeks ago before the Senate and revealed his version of the “disturbing” talks he had with the president in recent times.

In accordance with Comey, Trump suggested he “let go” of the open investigation on his national security adviser, Michael Flynn, for his connections with Moscow.

Mueller, who had been the director in the FBI before Comey and worked with him in the Justice Department, presently has in his hands to determine if Trump obstructed justice in those or any other contacts.

Trump cleared now one of the great mysteries about his contacts with Comey by ensuring him that he did not and has “no recordings” of those exchanges with the ex-official, a possibility that he himself had suggested on Twitter several weeks ago.

A few figures in Trump’s surroundings, including his friend Chris Ruddy or past House Speaker Newt Gingrich, have suggested the idea that the president could fire Mueller as he did with Comey, even though the White House has stated it has no ” Intention “to do so.

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