While Trump himself has demonstrated only anemic commitment to this campaign, the public relations effort continues this week with "Made in America" week, perhaps the most ill-advised and poorly timed of any of the White House's branded weeks thus far.
The White House said Monday that the new lawyer hired to handle the Russian Federation probe did not sign off on President Trump's latest tweet about his son's meeting with a Kremlin-linked lawyer.
The poll also showed that 48 percent of the respondents see the US leadership in the world as weaker since Trump was inaugurated in January, with only 27 percent believing it to be stronger. Kasowitz commutes from his home in New York City and has been unable to give the president the seven-day-a-week commitment he requires as the investigation consumes a greater percentage of his time, aides said.
The president was reported to have met with Cobb on July 3.
Emails sent to Kasowitz and his spokesman were not immediately returned.
President Trump will appear on the White House grounds today in order to kick off his administration's "Made in America" week.
Mr. Trump already has an outside legal team managing Russian Federation issues, led by attorney Marc Kasowitz.
Results of the poll, carried out by U.S. Broadcaster ABC News and newspaper Washington Post, come amid a wider perceptions of a decline in U.S. global influence, a much-delayed Republican agenda, and unfolding stories about alleged Russia's links to the 2016 Trump campaign.
Gorelick, a Democrat who began working with Kushner after advising Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson during his confirmation hearings, denied reports that she was quitting Kushner's team.
Ever since the Justice Department appointed a special counsel for the Russian Federation investigation in May, the administration has endured week after week of revelations about meetings that top officials did not disclose and previous statements that proved partial or misleading. Abigail Klem, who took over as brand president, told The Post that, although the brand is looking for ways to make some goods in the United States, "to do it at a large scale is now not possible".
Former Obama administration officials are talking to the Senate intelligence committee this week amid an investigation into Russia's meddling in last year's election.
Kushner has had to add to his security clearance form twice to note meetings with Russian individuals that went unreported, The Hill is reporting.