The US President has declined to commit to an interview with special counsel Robert Mueller who is leading an investigation into the alleged collusion between Trump and Russian Federation, a probe the current occupant of the White House has repeatedly called a "witch hunt".
The comment marks a departure from what Trump said last June, which is that he would be "100 percent" open to testifying in the Russian Federation investigation.
Later in the press conference, Trump told reporters he thought it was "better to work with Russia" on matters of global import - like North Korea - but said that his actions on energy development, as well as rebuilding the US military, weren't policies that would earn him any praise from the Kremlin.
"Certainly I'll see what happens", Trump told reporters Wednesday in the White House when asked if he is open to meeting Mueller.
Trump insisted that there was "no collusion" between his campaign and the Russians who interfered in the 2016 election.
The material was not classified and Feinstein on Wednesday said that she did not do anything illegal. Almost half, 45 percent, said Democrats would take control of the House, compared to just 38 percent who said that outcome was not too likely or not likely at all.
When or even if an interview would occur was not immediately clear, nor were the terms for the interview or whether Trump's lawyers would seek to narrow the range of questions or topics that prosecutors would cover. Trump denied that, and said he'd be "100 percent" willing tell his version of events under oath.
Watch Trump make those comments below, via Fox News. The president called the move "a disgrace", but the information wasn't classified and Feinstein didn't need authorization to release it. Her staff helped conduct the interview with Simpson, who had also asked for the interview to be released.
Cramer: There was no malice in Warren Buffett's dire prediction for bitcoin
Also on the show, Buffett's right-hand man, Charlie Munger, also blasted frothiness in bitcoin - and in venture capital funding. For years, Buffett has said Berkshire had identified several internal CEO candidates who could replace him.
Ibuprofen and Infertility in Men Linked by Study
The widely-used over-the-counter painkiller ibuprofen may pose a threat to male fertility , suggests a small new study . They tracked how ibruprofen affected them, noting that the painkiller can affect your body's hormone levels.
"Nvidia announces 65" 120Hz displays with 4k resolution, HDR and g-sync
While people are getting more and more interested in playing games on the big screen using a TV might not be the ideal solution. The screen will feature G-Sync so that there is no tearing and the experience is as immersive as it can get.
Trump has derided the dossier as a politically motivated hit job.
"I will say this, there is collusion but it's really with the Democrats and the Russians, far more than it is with the Republicans and the Russians", Trump said.
Q&A Who is running the Trump-Russia investigations?
"I'll see what happens".
Feinstein faces a primary from California state Senate leader Kevin de Leon.
"My positions are going to be what people in this room come up with", he said.
Once again on Wednesday Trump did not criticise Russia's President Vladimir Putin directly, but he did contend that he is not pursuing policies calculated to please the Kremlin. Richard Burr. Neither senator would comment on the meeting's goal.