Putin willing to hand over transcript of Russian official's meeting with Trump

The White House on Tuesday defended Trump discussing with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and Ambassador to the U.S. Sergey Kislyak an Islamic State group terror threat related to the use of laptop computers on aircraft. The U.S. also maintains open intelligence-sharing relationships with allies like France, Germany and Japan. "If they want to send something, you know, hats off".

President Trump speaking at Coast Guard Academy

For his team of advisers still gripped by self-doubt, the trip will become a proving ground for their own performance. "This has to go well", one official involved in the planning of the trip said on Tuesday evening. President Trump's sensitivity on the subject of Flynn does give his opponents hope. "That means before rushing to judgment we get all the pertinent information", Ryan said .

Comey row: US Congress demands ex-FBI chief's memos

Last week his friends reported that Trump had invited the FBI director to dinner in January, demanding his loyalty and a reassurance that he, the president, was not a subject of the FBI investigation into Russian interference in the USA election.

Al Green Becomes First Congressman to Call for Trump's Impeachment

He added: "We need to get it resolved and get it behind us". Criminally speaking, obstructing justice applies to a variety of scenarios - like threatening a juror, retaliating against a witness, or impeding a grand jury proceeding - and Trump's alleged request would not fit neatly into any of them, legal experts said .

State Department condemns Turkish security's bloody attack on protesters

State Department condemns Turkish security's bloody attack on protesters

The fight broke out a little before 4:30 p.m. when about two dozen demonstrators turned up outside the embassy to protest Erdogan's meeting with President Trump and clashed with Erdogan supporters. Turkey insists that these YPG militants and their PYD political party are tied to the Kurdish insurgency in Turkey known as the PKK, which the US, the European Union and Turkey all consider a terrorist organization.