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Trump May Have Broken The Presidential Oath During His Russia Meeting

Trump May Have Broken The Presidential Oath During His Russia Meeting

McMaster said the president did not reveal sources and methods. By doing so, Trump jeopardized cooperation from an ally familiar with the inner workings of the Islamic State group. "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", Republican Senator Bob Corker, Chairman of powerful Foreign Relations Committee, said in a statement.


Senate intel committee asks White House for info on Russian Federation meeting

Senate intel committee asks White House for info on Russian Federation meeting

John McCain, R-Ariz., called the reports "deeply disturbing " and said they could affect the willingness of USA allies and partners to share intelligence with the U.S. More sensitive information can be further put into "subcompartments", for which an even more limited group has access. Addressing reporters a short time later, Trump said it was a "great honor" to welcome Erdogan.


Man holding human head stabs store clerk; mother found dead

Man holding human head stabs store clerk; mother found dead

Around the same time, police responded to a 911 call in the nearby town of Colton, Ore. Investigators determined she died at the Elwood Road home. The dead woman was Webb's mother. "That's all I know". Police did not provide any details on what led to Tina Marie Webb's murder. "You better run", he told Wagner, according to the Oregonian .


'India's objections to China's OBOR forum a show for domestic politics'

'India's objections to China's OBOR forum a show for domestic politics'

Another report in the daily quoted Observer Research Foundation chairman Sudheendra Kulkarni, who attended the BRF, as saying that India should rethink its position on the Belt and Road initiative , and China, Pakistan and India should address disputes and find innovative cooperative solutions.



Iran vice president pulls out of election, backs Rouhani

There are now five candidates running for presidency, including Hassan Rouhani, Eshaq Jahangiri, Ebrahim Raisi, Mostafa Hashemitaba, and Mostafa Aqa-Mirsalim. By contrast, Raisi has promised that, if elected, he will ensure that the nation becomes more self-sufficient and establishes relations with other countries only "when in the interests of Iran".