In other news, Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner's lawyer, Jamie Gorelick, has reportedly dropped out of representing him.
Meanwhile, and in related news, Kushner has been pushing White House staffers to defend him, but no one is taking the bait.
Finally, the director of the State Department's Russian intelligence shop had his private email hacked.
There was a ton of news this week that I didn't get to. Here are more stories I missed:
CNN reports that 8 people attended the now infamous Trump Jr. meeting at Trump tower. That's 3 more than we previously knew about.
A group of 8 members of Congress including leading climate change denier Lamar Smith went on a secret tour of the arctic where they learned about climate change.
The State Department reportedly spent $15,000 at Trump hotels in Vancouver when Trump's children visited for the hotel's grand opening.
Trump's friend Jim from Paris, who he frequently cites when he wants to share a stupid anecdote, doesn't appear to exist.
Three DC area contractors have filed liens against Trump's hotel at the Old Post Office because they haven't been paid.
The Trump regime has canceled a visa program for immigrants who wants to open a tech startup business in America.
An Air Force veteran has been charged for bombing an Air Force recruiting station in Oklahoma on Monday of this week. They say he's not a terrorist.
A judge has tossed out the conviction of the women who laughed out loud Jeff Sessions' confirmation hearing.
Trump's legal team is reportedly struggling to deal with their loud mouth boss.
He won’t follow instructions. After one meeting in which they urged Trump to steer clear of a certain topic, he sent a tweet about that very theme before they arrived back at their office.
He won’t compartmentalize. With aides, advisers and friends breezing in and out of the Oval Office, it is not uncommon for the president to suddenly turn the conversation to Russia — a subject that perpetually gnaws at him — in a meeting about something else entirely.
And he won’t discipline himself. Trump’s legal team, led by Marc E. Kasowitz of New York, is laboring to underscore the potential risk to the president if he engages without a lawyer in discussions with other people under scrutiny in widening Russia inquiries, including Jared Kushner, his son-in-law and senior adviser.
Have a good weekend.