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Armed Man Arrested at Trump Hotel in DC - Secret Service

Armed Man Arrested at Trump Hotel in DC - Secret Service

Moles was charged with carrying a firearm without a permit, which is illegal in D.C. Moles was in possession of two illegal guns: a Glock 23 pistol and a Bushmaster assault-style rifle. Bryan Moles while he was inside his Trump hotel room. "An individual was subsequently located at the Trump International Hotel in Washington , DC".



House Intel Committee Issues Subpoenas in Russia Investigation

Trump attorney Michael Cohen had refused to voluntarily comply with an earlier informal request, but had said he'd comply with and formal subpoenas. According to a statement from the committee, they're requesting " testimony, personal documents and business records".


Spicer refers Russian Federation investigation questions to Trump's outside attorney

Spicer refers Russian Federation investigation questions to Trump's outside attorney

Kushner reportedly talked with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak in September about establishing a private communications channel between Moscow and Trump's transition team. His last day has not yet been determined. White House chief of staff Reince Priebus thanked Dubke in a statement and said Dubke had "offered to remain onboard until a transition is concluded".


Trump's First Foreign Trip A Show of

Trump's First Foreign Trip A Show of "American Strength"

Boy, those shoes". "The money is pouring in", said Trump , arguing the influx would not have happened " had I not been elected ". Trump also touted the $110 billion arms deal he inked with Saudi Arabia as enabling the kingdom to shoulder more of its security needs.


White House seeks to wall off Russian Federation questions

White House seeks to wall off Russian Federation questions

Spicer's response? Citing a tweet by a BBC reporter that erroneously reported that the President was not wearing an earpiece to hear the translation of remarks made by Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni. Reince Priebus, his chief of staff, has too little power and must read constantly that his job is in jeopardy. He also replaced Dee Dee Myers, his first press secretary, who had by then started to lose credibility with the press, with Mike McCurry, who earned some of it back.



Gov. Brown to Visit China Seeking Climate Change Support

He added that when he was a lawmaker, he "generally didn't comment on bills before I read them". Mike Tadeo, a spokesman for the American Petroleum Institute, said "While API has not taken a position on the agreement, we have always said that Paris was a missed opportunity to talk about how the United States is leading the world in the production and refining of oil and natural gas, and leading the world in reducing carbon emissions".