Pirro asked about this because Trump could keep taking blowback over James Comey's firing if the president didn't resolve the questions about Russian Federation more quickly.
Friday in a preview clip of an interview set to air Saturday night on Fox News Channel's "Justice", President Donald Trump said he was considering canceling the daily White House press briefings and replacing them with press conferences he does every two weeks.
Trump said he was fine with the investigations being held in the House of Representatives and the Senate, because they are being held by "very ethical, very smart" people.
"There is no right time" to dismiss Comey, Trump told Jeanine Pirro on Fox News in a White House interview.
Pressed by Pirro about launching an independent commission to investigate the issue, Trump suggested the current investigations taking place in Congress will suffice.
In the wide-ranging interview, the President also defended the timing of his firing of FBI Director James Comey earlier this week, saying, "There's really no right time to do it".
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"Let's say I did it on January 20. that would have been the big story as opposed to the inauguration".
Trump has drawn heavy Democratic ire for dismissing Comey on Tuesday, particularly from Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer of NY, though Trump has retorted that Democrats wanted Comey gone past year after speaking publicly about the Hillary Clinton email investigation. Trump said he would make up his mind whether to scrap the briefings "over the next couple weeks". "I was thinking about it then". I think loyalty to the country, loyalty to the U.S., is important.
"He's telling me, 'Just keep doing what you're doing because we're having a great impact, '" Trump said. "They're asked 100 questions, or 50 questions, or 20 questions - if they get one out of 50, just a little bit off, 5 percent, 10 percent, 20 percent, it's - the next day, it's a front page story in every newspaper".
Although Mr. Trump admitted the Democrats' reaction to Comey's firing could be boiled down to "look, it's politics", he said the Democrats said "we get some political points, we'll go against Trump".
"We don't have press conferences", Trump told Pirro. "Number two, I don't know how that got there, because I didn't ask that question".
"First of all, you have a level of hostility that's incredible and it's very unfair", Trump said in the interview that aired Saturday.