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Macron admits his combative handshake with Trump 'wasn't innocent'

The Associated Press confirmed Macron's remarks to the paper Le Journal du Dimanche . Uncomfortable moments in Brussels at a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit on Thursday when each man appeared to battle for the firmest handshake award set the tone for a potential clash when the two sat down for the more in-depth informal talks in Italy.



Montana's Republican Candidate for Congress Allegedly Body Slammed a Reporter

Gianforte could have appeared in court in Bozeman on Friday to resolve the charge but did not and has a June 7 legal deadline do so. Many Twitter users responded to Trump's claim by continuing to focus on Gianforte's response when Guardian reporter Ben Jacobs was asking him a question on Wednesday.


Fewer insured under GOP bill

Fewer insured under GOP bill

There are many variables - and unforeseen outcomes - that can undermine even the most carefully crafted policy initiative. "Over time, it would become more hard for less healthy people (including people with preexisting medical conditions) in those states to purchase insurance because their premiums would continue to increase rapidly", the CBO said .


Chaffetz doubles down on request for Comey documents after Federal Bureau of Investigation balks

Chaffetz doubles down on request for Comey documents after Federal Bureau of Investigation balks

According to the CNN story, Comey did not consult with Attorney General Loretta Lynch when he decided to make a public announcement that the investigation was over. The FBI had by August concluded that the document was fake, according to the newspaper. A month after Comey's announcement, the Federal Bureau of Investigation informed Lynch about the existence of the document, but assured her that it "didn't have investigative value".


Graham: It's 'stunning' Comey never told Congress about fake email

Graham: It's 'stunning' Comey never told Congress about fake email

His press conference caused a firestorm of controversy and drew criticism from both Democrats and Republicans. "The records being withheld are central to those questions, even more so in light of Comey's decision not to testify before the committee at this time".