Trump is again reiterating that there was "no collusion" between his 2016 presidential campaign and Russian Federation. If the report provides evidence of criminal activity by top Trump campaign staff or potentially by the president himself - who has denied all wrongdoing - Congress could come under intense pressure to mount a prosecution.
The president's legal team has anticipated that Mueller will request an interview with Trump at some point, a possibility that the special counsel's office and Trump's lawyers have have declined to comment about.
President Donald Trump said again on Wednesday that the investigation into links between his campaign and Russian interference in the 2016 USA elections is nothing more than a witch hunt, as the President tried repeatedly to turn the attention of reporters to his election opponent Hillary Clinton, as Mr. Trump raised the possibility that there was no need for him to speak with investigators - because he did nothing wrong.
The White House originally chalked up Mr Trump's decision to fire Mr Comey to be the result of Mr Comey's handling of an investigation into Hillary Clinton.
Norway Prime MinisterErna Solberg, who appeared with Trump at the joint press conference, seemed to back away from a question about whether she was "laughing at the Russian Federation investigation". "When they have no collusion and nobody's found collusion at any level it seems unlikely that you'd have an interview".