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White House committed to anti-Russian sanctions - spokesperson

White House committed to anti-Russian sanctions - spokesperson

Republican Senators Mike Lee and Rand Paul voted against the amendment . In an alternate universe - one in which someone other than Trump were president - pursuing better relations with Russian Federation might make sense. But the Senate moved forward anyway. The amendment was crafted by Senate Foreign Relations Chairman Bob Corker (R-Tennessee), Ranking Member Ben Cardin (D-Maryland), and Senate Banking Committee Ranking Member Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio).



Rosenstein may need to recuse himself from Russia probe

It was not clear if Trump's comment was based on news reports or if the White House had been given official notice. Things changed shortly after Comey's firing, according to Post's sources. The email reveals the scope of investigations, which have also been reported to include adviser Jared Kushner and Attorney General Jeff Sessions.



The wrong attorney general is testifying today

Trump added: "You are witnessing the single greatest WITCH HUNT in American political history - led by some very bad and conflicted people!" In the simplest terms, Comey represented justice, and Trump obstructed him. Lynch could easily include an investigation into Mr. Comey's handling of the initial inquiry into Hillary Clinton's e-mail practices and his stunning decision not to recommend prosecution - this after he had methodically laid out a series of seemingly illegal acts that ...



Wounded US lawmaker 'in some trouble', Trump says

It was unclear whether he had emerged from surgery as of mid-day Thursday. She noted that she has received numerous threats herself over the years, and is now the target of millions of dollars in negative ads in a House district in Georgia where a hard-fought special election will take place next week.


Why Donald Trump's Attempt to Go After James Comey Could Backfire

Why Donald Trump's Attempt to Go After James Comey Could Backfire

Jim Jordan, of OH, said Friday, referring to Comey's confirmation that he had informed Trump that the president wasn't being personally investigated. "And there would be nothing wrong if I did say it according to everybody that I've read today, but I did not say that", he said. But Republicans chose to ignore those things and focus on the aspects of Comey's testimony on Thursday that were favorable to Trump.