Sessions Criticized Comey on Clinton Investigation Today, But Defended Him Last Year

Sessions Criticized Comey on Clinton Investigation Today, But Defended Him Last Year

He called the suggestion that he colluded with Russian Federation during the campaign an "appalling, detestable lie". Sessions is expected to face sharp questions from his former Senate colleagues about his role in FBI Director James Comey's firing, his Russian contacts during the campaign and his decision to step aside from the investigation involving Moscow and the Trump campaign.

Paul Ryan: 'We are united'

Ryan declared in opening the House for its noon session. "We are not one caucus or the other in this House today". President Trump said in a statement that the shooting suspect, James T. Bipartisanship was on full display as Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) sat a seat apart from Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.), two of the most partisan members of their respective parties, on the House floor as Ryan and Pelosi spoke.

Scalise 'Stable' After Shooting

According to Alexandria Chief Michael Brown, five people received medical transport from the scene and a congressional aide told local media that Scalise was in stable condition . "Please keep the member of my staff and all members of the congressional baseball team in your thoughts (and) in your prayers during this extremely hard time", Williams stated via his Tweeter account.

Offense backs Montgomery's gem in series opener with Orioles — Yankees Postgame Notebook

Judge immediately heard "MVP!" chants from the crowd - many of whom were cheering for the Bombers - following his MLB-leading 22nd homer of the year. Chris Tillman provided another shove towards this regrettable conclusion by turning in the absolute worst start of his big league career. Holliday and Judge each had three of New York's 18 hits and scored three times.

Jeff Sessions furiously denies Russian collusion as a 'detestable and appalling lie'

On Tuesday Sessions responded " I don't recall " to many questions that were thrown at him, at one point telling Sen. This was after a February meeting in which Comey said Trump told Sessions and others to leave the room before asking him to drop a probe into National Security Adviser Michael Flynn's contacts with Russian Federation.

US Deputy Attorney General Assures Congress of Special Counsel Independence

Lawmakers were eager to ask Rosenstein about whether the special counsel was safe from being fired by the president after Ruddy made his provocative comments on PBS's "NewsHour" that Trump was "weighing" whether to dismiss Mueller. "I don't think he's really pondering it", Rep. Adam Kinzinger said. Gingrich noted that at least four members of Mueller's team had donated to Democratic presidential campaigns and groups, saying it's " time to rethink" Mueller's role.