Trump asked DNI, NSA to deny evidence of Russia collusion

Here is a rundown of events that could rock Washington this week. With calls for President Trump's impeachment at a fever pitch, Comey's testimony as the Federal Bureau of Investigation director fired by Trump will be a delicate high-wire act.

Congressional Leaders Pledge Thorough Investigation Into Comey Firing

Congressional Leaders Pledge Thorough Investigation Into Comey Firing

The FBI director, whom Trump fired two weeks ago, wrote a memo about the conversation, which included the President's suggestion that Comey should back off the investigation into Flynn, a source familiar with the matter told CNN. "The president feels as if he is hamstrung in his ability to work with Russian Federation to find areas of cooperation because this has been obviously so much in the news", said McMaster, who was present at the meeting.

'Never mentioned' Israel in Russian Federation meeting

Before Trump's visit to the wall on May 22, USA officials reportedly rejected an Israeli request to let Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accompany Trump to the site, describing it as a "private visit". "The gathering in Saudi Arabia was just a show with no practical or political value of any kind", Rouhani said at a press conference. Trump, who is Protestant, is the first U.S.

Trump calls on the worldwide community to fight terrorism

Trump promised to schedule a trip to Egypt soon, and he singled out the Egyptian's choice of footwear, a pair of shiny black shoes. When he wasn't doing that, they claim that he was reading newspapers, leaving him quite exhausted by the time he arrived.

Chelsea Manning Is Free From Prison and Posting On Instagram

Pulse Films announced Wednesday at the Cannes Film Festival in France that Manning would be the focus of a documentary titled " XY Chelsea " and that she had granted filmmakers "unprecedented access". The New York Times reports that Manning was "sentenced to an unprecedented 35-year prison term for disclosing archives of secret files to WikiLeaks ", some of which the newspaper published, but was not criminally charged for doing so.

US president vows to 'do everything' for Mideast peace

The president is in the midst of a five-stop foreign trip that will also take him to the Vatican for an audience with Pope Francis, Brussels and Sicily. The White House struggled to answer the question. On Monday, Mr Trump stressed the strong bonds between the US and Israel. Instead, Trump has pitched himself as a "mediator, an arbitrator or a facilitator" to help both sides to reach a lasting peace settlement and has resisted stating must-have aspects of such a deal.