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'Subpoena Pen Ready': GOP's Chaffetz Demands Documents on Trump, Comey

And he adopted a skeptical tone toward the reports that have the White House in chaos and lawmakers scrambling to respond. The intervention came as Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu discussed the incident in a phone call, a spokesman said on Wednesday, as controversy brewed over the USA president's sharing of classified Israeli intelligence with Russian Federation.



President Trump fires Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey

But he wound up creating new headaches for the White House, including with an apparent threat to Comey. Friday, former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper said Comey relayed to him at the time that Trump asked for the dinner - and that it made the FBI director "uneasy", concerned as he was about appearing to compromise the bureau's integrity.


Betsy DeVos Got Loudly Booed And Protested At Her HBCU Keynote Speech

Betsy DeVos Got Loudly Booed And Protested At Her HBCU Keynote Speech

Online petitions managed to collect signatures from about 60,000 people who don't. "I am here to demonstrate in the most direct way possible that I and the administration are fully committed to your success and to the success of every student across this great country", she said .


Louisiana House backs ban on removal of Confederate statues

Louisiana House backs ban on removal of Confederate statues

While Louisiana's Confederate past "is certainly a part of our history, can we say it's the best part?" Bouie said the black caucus had no plans to retaliate legislatively. "With today's vote, hopefully we move forward to assure that the people have a voice in that process and can decide what they will and will not allow to remain in their public spaces", Carmody said Monday.


'It's a really sensitive area': Freeland on Trump's disclosure to Russians

'It's a really sensitive area': Freeland on Trump's disclosure to Russians

President Donald Trump didn't appear to break any law by sharing highly classified information with Russian Federation, but that doesn't make it any less problematic for America's intelligence agencies and their overseas partners. "Obviously, they are in a downward spiral right now and have got to figure out a way to come to grips with all that's happening", Corker said of the Trump administration.