QUESTION: Does the President still believe - does he draw a distinction, do you know, between a red line on family finances separately from family finances or business finances relating to Russia, as it pertains to this case?
SANDERS: The President believes very strongly there was no collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia. We're going to continue to cooperate with the Special Counsel, and for questions specific to the Trump Organization, I would refer you to them. Catherine?
QUESTION: Do you believe that the timing - what does this show about the timing and the speed and drawn out process of this investigation. The President's attorneys have repeatedly said this will be over by Thanksgiving, Christmas, end of the year.
Do you believe this has been drawn out too long? Does the President believe it's been drawn out too long? Is he willing to sit back and wait a bit longer?
SANDERS: Look, we've seen just this week the House Intelligence Committee come out and say they thought there was no collusion. We're going to continue to cooperate with the Special Counsel, and we look forward to them concluding soon.
QUESTION: Only some Republicans on the committee. It was not the entire committee, it was some Republicans on the committee. In fact, two Republicans on the committee said that it didn't show that at all.
SANDERS: Individuals that have spent a great deal looking at this. Again, we're going to continue to cooperate with the Office of Special Counsel, and we look forward to them coming to the same conclusion.