United States President Donald Trump has asserted that he would win the re-election in 2020 but never use information stolen by foreign enemies to benefit his 2020 re-election campaign.

Trump’s 2016 campaign had triggered allegations that he received Russian help by way of information usable against his main rival Hillary Clinton.

Speaking at the White House in a public appearance with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, Trump said he would not take any foreign help.

“I don’t need it. All I need is the opponents that I’m looking at. “I’m liking what I see,” Trump said referring to the row of 22 Democrats.

Trump says Mueller report exonerated him

Alluding to the allegations of Russian meddling in his 2016 campaign, Trump said, “As you probably know, that’s what the Mueller report was all about. They said, ‘No collusion.’ ”

It is still not official what Mueller report has stated on the Russian meddling in Trump’s campaign. According to reports, Mueller has not confirmed any official conspiracy between Russia and Trump’s campaign.

But it has taken note of Trump’s campaign expressing interest in exploiting the hacked emails of the rival to embarrass the Democrat candidate.

Trump appealed to Russia in July 2016 at a press conference to look for Hillary Clinton’s missing emails.

“Russia, if you’re listening. I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing,” Trump said.

Pro-Republican lawyers turning against Trump

Even as Democrats are battling President Trump with subpoenas for documents and witnesses with a looming threat to impeach, many pro-Republican lawyers are slamming Trump for “abuses of power” than defending him as a party leader.

John Yoo, the former Justice Department official who justified the torture of detainees under President George W. Bush, warned Trump against crossing the limits of presidential power.

“That's what Nixon did,” Yoo said and added that is what other “presidents who have failed have done.”

Yoo said Trump’s actions warrant impeachment.

“Impeachment is the only solution to Trump’s challenge to the constitutional order,” he added.

Conway in his  article in Washington Post  said: “Presidential attempts to abuse power by putting personal interests above the nation’s can surely be impeachable.”

Meanwhile, hundreds of former federal prosecutors, including Republicans, in a statement declared that the Mueller report showed that Trump needs to be indicted for “obstruction of justice.”