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White House refuses to say if conversations are being taped

Trump said in a string of Twitter posts . A New York Times report - one that may have inspired Friday's tweet - said Comey declined to make such a pledge. McCabe also pointed out the remarkable nature of Trump's version of his conversations with Comey. McCabe told a Senate panel it was not "standard practice" to tell an individual whether they are or are not under investigation.



Russia Investigation is 'Adequately Resourced,' Deputy FBI Director Says

In an interview with Fox News' Jeanine Pirro on Friday, the president complained about hostility and unfair treatment at the hands of the media. But White House deputy press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders reiterated Trump's claim to ABC News' chief anchor George Stephanopoulos on "Good Morning America" this morning.



Appalachia's approach to drugs at odds with AG policy

Sessions' memo "ignores a rare bipartisan political consensus that has formed around sentencing reform efforts", Holder replied in a statement on Friday, adding that it was an "absurd reversal" motivated by individuals who "until now have been relegated to the fringes of this debate".



OH police chief, 2 nursing home workers killed by gunman

DiSario was found outside the building by sheriff's office deputies, who pulled him to safety Friday morning, Thorp said. Dozens of law enforcement officers were dispatched to Pine Kirk Care Center in Kirkersville after panicked 911 calls.



Trump to Comey: Better hope there are no 'tapes' of their talks

He refused to comment on what Comey did or didn't say, but when asked whether it would be common for an FBI director to notify someone they were not the target of an investigation, said "I'm not aware of that being a standard practice". White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer released a statement saying Mr Trump had chose to fire Mr Comey only after Attorney-General Jeff Sessions and Deputy Attorney General Rod J.


Reporter arrested while questioning Trump official

Reporter arrested while questioning Trump official

However, he begs to differ. After persisting in his questions for almost a minute, Mr Heyman was pulled to the side by officers of the West Virginia Division of Protective Services, also known as the Capitol Police, handcuffed and charged with a misdemeanour count of willful disruption of governmental processes.