US newspapers including the New York Times and Washington Post had carried stories suggesting that those involved in the special counsel’s probe were unhappy attorney general William Bar had chosen not to release sections of the full report they believe could implicate Mr Trump over obstruction of justice allegations. But the president appeared to dismiss the reports, even making the apparently baseless suggestion that the New York Times had “no legitimate sources”. “The New York Times had no legitimate sources, which would be totally illegal, concerning the Mueller Report,” he wrote on Twitter. He continued: “In fact, they probably had no sources at all! They are a Fake Newspaper who have already been forced to apologise for their incorrect and very bad reporting on me!” “The New York Times had no legitimate sources, which would be totally illegal, concerning the Mueller Report,” he wrote on Twitter. He continued: “In fact, they probably had no sources at all! They are a Fake Newspaper who have already been forced to apologise for their incorrect and very bad reporting on me!”

It is not clear what laws Mr Trump believes the New York Times could have violated in their reporting, or if he has any idea who the sources from the Mueller investigation were. It is also unclear how he would know that the reporters “had no sources at all” in reference to the story.]]>

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