Breitbart News: Media Reports on the Latest Media Buzz on Donald Trump and the 2016 Election

Breitbart News has reported that the media has been reporting on the latest developments in the case against Donald Trump.

The story includes the following: The Associated Press (AP) has published a report saying that the FBI has “identified no evidence that Trump engaged in conduct that is a crime, nor has the FBI been able to identify any evidence that he intended to violate the law.”

The Washington Post (WashPost) reported that Trump’s lawyers are suing to suppress a video that they claim is “an authentic recording of a conversation between Trump and a woman who claims to be a Trump employee in which he describes being paid $10,000 for sex.”

ABC News (ABC) has also reported that federal prosecutors are preparing a complaint against Trump for allegedly violating a provision of the Emoluments Clause of the Constitution, which prohibits foreign governments from interfering in the U.S. political system.

CBS News (CBS) reported on Tuesday that the Senate Judiciary Committee is preparing to investigate Trump’s business ties.

The New York Times (NYT) reported Tuesday that Trump has paid a woman $10 million for sex.

The report said that the woman’s name was revealed in a lawsuit against Trump filed in New York state court.

ABCNews.com reported Tuesday night that the New York attorney general’s office has been investigating Trump for violating state law by failing to pay for the sexual services of a foreign government official.

CNN reported Tuesday morning that the White House has released a statement saying that Trump is not a subject of the investigation and that his company is not cooperating.

The statement comes hours after the Whitehouse announced the dismissal of Special Counsel Robert Mueller.