According to the newspaper, the chief White house lawyer was instructed to prevent the disengagement of the public Prosecutor from the investigation
The chief White house lawyer tried to get the attorney General Jeff sessions remained in charge of investigations of possible links close to the President Donald trump with Russia, according to the New York Times.
According to the newspaper, citing two anonymous sources, trump gave the lawyer Donald Makhanu a clear order to prevent disengagement and Roman sessions from the investigation of the Ministry of justice.
Makhanu failed, and the President flew into a rage in front of the numerous White house staff, saying that the public Prosecutor wanted it for protection, writes the New York Times.
According to sources, trump had hoped that the sessions will provide him protection as, in his opinion, did Robert Kennedy for his brother John Kennedy in the 1960-ies.
Order trump can be a key factor in an ongoing investigation of the special Prosecutor Robert Mueller, which is also intended to install, did trump to obstruct justice during the investigation of the Russian case.