The FBI has started investigating whether American President Donald Trump was working for Russia or not. Significantly, Trump had abruptly suspended the then Federal Chief Justice of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in May 2017, who was investigating the Russian government's alleged intervention in Trump's campaign for the presidential post. The New York Times said in a news release quoting unknown sources that the FBI had started investigating against Trump. Law enforcement agencies wanted to find out whether the US President had deliberately worked for Russia or unknowingly he was caught in Moscow's mob. The newspaper said in a news on Friday that their acts of trump can generate a potential danger for national security. The New York Times said, "There is no evidence of public evidence that Trump secretly approached Russian government officials or took any direction from them."
The White House, however, gave the nod to the news of the New York Times Have given. The White House press secretary said, "This is nonsense. James Comie was suspended for partisan attitude and his deputy Andrew McCabe, who was in charge of the time, knows that he is a liar, who was suspended by the FBI. President Trump has actually been harsh with Russia, unlike former President Barack Obama who allowed Russia and other foreign opponents to influence the US. "The FBI has not made any comments regarding the investigation against Trump.