NBC Hopes Special Counsel Subpoenas Trump Tax Returns

Last week, Trump stunningly fired FBI Director James Comey, who was overseeing the Russian Federation probe. Fellow Republican Peter King of NY was more leery: "I'm anxious with all special counsels because there's no control over them and they can abuse their power".

Senate Judiciary Committee asks Federal Bureau of Investigation for any Comey memos

Trump has denounced the FBI investigation as a witch hunt and a charade, and said Wednesday that Mueller would find no evidence that his presidential campaign cooperated with Russian intelligence. The committee also asked for White House records of any recordings of Comey from McGahn, since the president suggested in a tweet last week that there might be recordings of his meeting with Comey.

Trump to meet four candidates for Federal Bureau of Investigation director: Spicer

In addition to Lieberman, Trump is also interviewing for the vacant post acting director Andrew McCabe, former Oklahoma Gov. During a briefing on Air Force One en route to Washington , D.C. Coast Guard Academy graduates in CT. Lieberman lost his 2006 Democratic primary bid but won Senate re-election as a third party candidate. MI congressman Justin Amash, a Republican, reportedly said id the memo's content turns out to be true that it would warrant Trump's impeachment.

Top House Democrat Pelosi says independent Russian Federation probe still needed

Right now, everything from the White House needs to remain airtight. Flynn, through his lawyer, had earlier asked for immunity from "unfair prosecution" in exchange for agreeing to cooperate with the committee. Republican Jason Chaffetz of Utah, chairman of the House Oversight Committee, said Mueller was a "great selection". Richard Burr of North Carolina.

SKorea's Moon warns high chance of clashes with North

SKorea's Moon warns high chance of clashes with North

Haley said the worldwide community wants to be able to support North Korea , but as long as it continues trying to grow its nuclear programme with missile tests, North Korea would remain an "island". North Korea has justified its latest long-, medium-range ballistic missile test-firing as "routine work to raise nuclear capability for self-defence", rejecting the UN Security Council's condemnation.