Frustrated Trump aims at former FBI head, as new questions swirl

Separately, Comey has declined to testify before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence where he was asked to appear next week as part its attempt to find the circumstances in which he was sacked by Trump. "He's risky because he may be obstructing justice in terms of the investigation. and secondly his credibility has been destroyed ". Other Democrats have said they are convinced that Trump forced Rosenstein to write a memo Tuesday that was later used by the White House to justify ...

Graham calls on Comey to testify, doesn't want 'trial by newspaper'

He then stressed that the students not "let the critics and the naysayers" get in the way of their dreams. But there is, as I say, no need to speculate. In what may be the most material development of the day, moments ago GOP Representative Justin Amash (R-Mich.) said the report that President Trump pressured ousted FBI Director James Comey to end an investigation would merit impeachment if true, becoming the first Republican lawmaker to break from the party and hint at impeachment.

Rosenstein agrees to brief senators Thursday

He also said he has "a hard time believing" Comey would ever have given Trump assurances that he was not being investigated, as Trump has claimed. John Cornyn's last name as Cornryn, and referred to Sen. The White House denied the account. So far 14 people - lawmakers, attorneys and law enforcement officials among them - have emerged as candidates.

Putin offers Congress record of Trump's meeting with Lavrov

He added that "it's up to the American people to judge President Trump's actions, and obviously it can only be done when he's allowed to work at full capacity". On Capitol Hill, there were signs that Republicans, who mostly held the line after Comey's ouster, were growing alarmed by Trump's White House operation and impatient for something to be done about it.

Wary Senate Awaits Republican Health Care Repeal Bill

Wary Senate Awaits Republican Health Care Repeal Bill

Democrats are giddy about what could be severe political consequences for the GOP . Even though the Senate still has to act, Republicans now largely own a measure that would curtail, and in some cases take away completely, benefits Americans have embraced after seven years.