US President Donald Trump denied working for Russia, following a report that FBI would have investigated if he was acting for the Kremlin. [1
He added: "I think it's a shame that you also ask this question because it's all a good hoax."
Trump was asked the same question by a guest of Fox News in a broadcast interview Saturday, and called it "offensive".
The weekend was also reported that Mr. Trump had confiscated his interpreter's notes after a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
According to the Washington Post newspaper, he ordered the translator not to discuss the details of what was said.
ABC News reports that Democratic MPs in the House of Representatives are considering issuing citations in court to interpreters who participated in Mr. Trump with Putin.
On Monday, President Trump did not maintain anything unpleasant during his discussions with Putin.
"It was a very successful meeting," he told reporters "We talked about Israel, we talked about the pipeline that Germany is paying a lot of money.
" We always have those meetings without a big problem. "
- Trump denies to hide the details of Putin's speeches
- The FBI" checked if Trump worked for Russia "
His denial comes amid a survey of the department of justice in which the president or one of his collaborators colludes with an alleged Kremlin plot to influence the 2016 US presidential election in favor of Mr Trump.  Democratic lawmakers, meanwhile, have also warned Mr. Trump not to interfere with their hearings after assaulting his former lawyer Michael Cohen, who will testify before a congressional commission next month.
In a joint statement, Congressmen E Lijah Cummings, Adam Schiff and Jerrold Nadler said that Trump must try to "discourage, intimidate or otherwise exert pressure" on his former personal fixer.
In his appearance Saturday night on Fox News, Trump made an "observation" cryptic action, saying that Mr. Cohen "should give information perhaps to his father-in-law, because that's what people want to watch".
In December, Mr. Cohen admitted to organizing uninterrupted payments to the alleged lovers of Mr. Trump, blaming his former boss for leading him to "choose the path of darkness".
He agreed to appear publicly before the House Supervisory Committee on February 7th.