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The nature of the men, Donald Trump and James Comey

Mr Comey recalled that Mr Trump and the White House gave shifting explanations for why he was dismissed, first saying it was over his handling of the Hillary Clinton email probe a year ago, then saying it was the Russian Federation investigation, and finally declaring Mr Comey was a poor leader disliked by the FBI staff.


British shock: PM May's election gamble appears to backfire

British shock: PM May's election gamble appears to backfire

Sky News reported that Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) would back her, allowing the Conservatives to reach the 326 seats needed for a parliamentary majority. Corbyn called for May to quit, saying, "The Prime Minister called the election because she wanted a mandate". "The mandate she's got is lost Conservative seats, lost votes, lost support and lost confidence", he said.


Pro-Trump Group's Ad Attacks Ossoff in Georgia Race

Pro-Trump Group's Ad Attacks Ossoff in Georgia Race

Department of Health and Human Services. Democrat Jon Ossoff is a political novice in a district where he would normally have no business seriously challenging Republican candidate and former Secretary of State Karen Handel . One topic Ossoff diligently avoided: Trump. Handel, meanwhile, repeatedly attempted to latch Ossoff to House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi , D-California.


Why James Comey leaked information to press

Why James Comey leaked information to press

Comey said that he asked a friend to share with a reporter the contents from a memo in which he documented a conversation he had with President Donald Trump . He chose to provide the Flynn memo to a reporter through a third party instead of directly, he said, because "I was anxious it would be like feeding seagulls at the beach".



EU fears Brexit delay, uncertainty after shock UK vote

Having called the snap election in order to obtain a greater mandate to push through a tougher deal with the European Union on departing the bloc, May now faces the prospect of having a majority of just a single seat in the new parliament as a result of a deal struck with Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party.