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At one point, She said the digital and smartphone-driven approach to banking might provide some convenience to those who can use it, Donald Trump Jr. about a meeting Trump Jr had with a Russian lawyer during the presidential campaignVeteran prosecutors said it was unlikely Mueller would agree to have any witness even the president submit a declaration or provide written answers to questions to avoid a sit-down interviewAsked on Saturday if he had agree to be interviewed by Mueller Trump said he had nothing to hide"Just so you understand there’s been no collusion there’s been no crime and in theory everybody tells me I’m not under investigation Maybe Hillary [Clinton] is I don’t know but I’m not" Trump told reporters at Camp David "But we have been very open We could have done it two ways We could have been very closed and it would have taken years But you know sort of like when you’ve done nothing wrong let’s be open and get it over with""Because honestly it’s very very bad for our country" the president added "It’s making our country look foolish And this is a country that I don’t want looking foolish And it’s not going to look foolish as long as I’m here"Sitting presidents have been interviewed by prosecutors in the past though courts have urged government investigators to only seek such interviews when they cannot obtain relevant information another wayAfter extensive negotiations between the independent counsel and his attorney then-President Bill Clinton agreed to testify before a grand jury via video and audio link to the White House in August 1998 The videotaped interview lasted for four hours and during questioning from three prosecutors Clinton admitted to inappropriate sexual activity with White House intern Monica Lewinsky but claimed he had been legally correct in denying that he had had sexual relations with her He also denied having committed perjury in a lawsuit brought by Paula JonesIn 2004 then-President George W Bush Bush sat down for an in-person interview with Special prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald who was investigating whether senior White House aides leaked a CIA operative’s identity and broke her cover as punishment for her husband’s criticism Iraq War Bush volunteered for the interview which lasted 70 minutes and was conducted in the Oval Office"The leaking of classified information is a very serious matter" then-White House press secretary Scott McClellan said at the time adding Bush was "pleased to do his part" to aid the probeReagan testified to a grand jury in the Iran-contra investigation but he also answered some written questions in writing that were presented to him by the grand jury and the independent counsel in the probeIn 1975 then-President Gerald Ford was interviewed as part of a grand jury probe into an assassination attempt In a taped session in the Old Executive Office Building Ford shared his recollections of events when Lynnette Squeaky Fromme a Charles Manson follower tried to shoot him at close range in Sacramento in September 1975 The tape was used at her later trialThose diverse views are in short what state officials must sort out as they decide whether a northern Minnesota oil pipeline should be rebuilt a Thursday Sept28 afternoon and evening public hearing in downtown St Paul showedBackers of the pipeline said that oil is needed and pipelines are safer than other ways to move it to refineries Opponents testified in front of hundreds of people attending the hearing that oil contributes to climate change and a new pipeline should not be authorized to promote its use"I am sick and tired of being told that pipelines are bad" Mary Nelson declaredMany opponents do not live in the northern Minnesota area where the pipeline would be built she said but they are making decisions on the matter"We have to have this oil" Nelson said "There isn’t a person here who rode a horse not one"On the other hand Maggie O’Connor compared oil to a warm cookie "I don’t need it but if it is there I will eat it"She compared a good environment to an appleO’Connor said the pipeline would add to climate change which she said "is not a political position or belief it is like gravity it is there"Line 3 project director Paul Eberth said Enbridge acknowledges climate change and has been growing its renewable energy portfolio since 2002 However just 5 percent of its business comes from renewable energy such as wind powerThe hearing was part of a series that began Tuesday in Thief River Falls They continue next month across northern Minnesota and as far south as St Cloud The Public Utilities Commission is expected to make its decision about whether to allow LIne 3 construction in AprilProtests are common against the Enbridge proposal to build 337 miles of pipeline across Minnesota to replace its Line 3 that brings thick oil from Alberta to the company’s terminal in Superior Wis The new pipeline would take a largely new route across the state and the old line would be cleaned out and mostly left in the groundThe $75 billion pipeline would carry 760000 barrels of oil per dayConstruction is underway in Wisconsin and Canada Enbridge has not sought final North Dakota approvalMinnesota’s Dayton administration has come out against the pipeline as not needed for the state However Enbridge spokesperson Lorraine Little said the state would gain in several ways beyond the 8600 construction jobs that would be createdLittle said that replacing a pipeline built in the late 1960s would make a safer oil transportation system Also she said a new pipeline would add $19 million in property taxes above the current $30 million the company paysAnother benefit she said is the new new pipeline would ensure oil for Minnesota’s two oil refineriesWhile Enbridge predicts a new pipeline would be in operation by 2020 that does not take into account lawsuits that likely would be filed by opponentsMany of Thursday’s testifiers said that besides endangering pristine waters the pipeline threatens American Indian rightsWild rice grows in many of the lakes near the pipeline Patty O’Keefe testified The grain is important for many Indians’ spiritual and economic health she addedSome witnesses questioned whether an 1855 Indian treaty has been violated as Enbridge moves forward with the plan Eberth said Enbridge has talked to leaders of reservations that would be affectedSome testifiers brought up pipeline safety recalling legislative debates about the need to improve oil train safety"Pipelines are not safer than rail" Buddhist priest Shado Spring said "Rail has more accidents but they are caught quickly and they are much smaller Pipelines have larger accidents because they are not found as fast"Mueller brought up the issue of interviewing Trump during a late December meeting with the president’s lawyers It added that, They, R-Nisswa. knew what he was signing — and that the governor’s veto of the legislative budgets was unconstitutional.

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