Trump Claims "Getting Information" From Russians in 2016 "Totally Legal"

On Sunday, President Donald Trump tweeted about the fateful 2016 meeting his "wonderful son" Donald Trump Jr. had in Trump Tower, a gathering which also controversially featured several Russian nationals.

 "This was a meeting to get information on an opponent, totally legal and done all the time in politics--and it went nowhere," the president wrote, presumably referring to Hillary Clinton. "I did not know about it!"

 The tweet caused an uproar and accusations of collusion, although late Sunday, Trump lawyer Jay Sekulow told ABC News' This Week, "The question is: How would it be illegal?" and said no laws were broken. Still, special counsel Robert Mueller is continuing to examine the meeting as part of his probe into Russian election interference.