Trump Told Russians He Fired 'Nut Job' Comey To Ease Investigation

Trump Told Russians He Fired 'Nut Job' Comey To Ease Investigation

The NY Times cited a document read to the paper by an American official. It says the President then told Russia's foreign minister and ambassador that he "faced great pressure because of Russian Federation". "The investigation would have always continued, and obviously, the termination of Comey would not have ended it". Contacted by the Times , White House press secretary Sean Spice did not deny Trump had made the statements, saying Comey's "grandstanding and politicizing" of the ...

Melania Trump doesn't follow local custom

But escaping Washington for the gold-plated embrace of the Saudi royal family - a decor not so unlike Trump's own Manhattan home - appeared to give the president a boost. Also, U.S. business leaders at an economic forum taking place simultaneously in Saudi Arabia signed deals potentially worth more than $200 billion over the next 10 years.

GOP chairman: Trump's Comey tweet 'inappropriate'

Among those also expected on Saturday were acting Federal Bureau of Investigation director Andrew McCabe, Michael J Garcia, an associate judge on New York's highest court, and Senator John Cornyn of Texas, the number two Senate leader and a former state attorney general.

Iran's Hassan Rouhani sweeps to second term

He had campaigned as a reformist and challenged Iran's powerful security force, IRGC. They had thrown their support behind Raisi to safeguard their interests. But he did not congratulate President Rouhani. Rouhani's reinvention as an ardent reformist on the campaign trail helped stir the passion of young, urban voters yearning for change.

Pentagon: Syria airstrikes targeted Iran-backed convoy

The unnamed official's comments were carried by Syrian state TV a day after the strike. "The Coalition struck Syrian pro-regime forces advancing in a deconfliction zone near At Tanf posing a threat to United States partner forces", the US-led Coalition wrote in a tweet.

Labour's vote is actually increasing under Jeremy Corbyn's leadership

The Labour leader officially unveiled the party's plans if it is elected in Bradford on Tuesday - one week after a version of it was leaked to the press. People like me are always optimistic. things can happen. Labour also pledge to introduce a pay levy to sway companies from paying excessive salaries to staff.