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With Sessions Under Renewed Fire, Trump Claims 'Complete Power to Pardon'

With Sessions Under Renewed Fire, Trump Claims 'Complete Power to Pardon'

During an interview with the New York Times , Trump Jr. said , "Did I meet with people that were Russian?" On Friday, the Washington Post reported Kislyak was overheard by U.S. and Manafort were summoned by the Judiciary Committee to appear July 26 in what was initially going to be an open hearing. " Trump Jr. also released a third statement on the meeting, saying, "[The meeting] occurred before the current Russian fever was in vogue".


LaHood, Davis call for Senate to act on ACA

LaHood, Davis call for Senate to act on ACA

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell , R-Ky., says he wants to hold a vote on the new repeal-only legislation, or replacement legislation if it can be hashed out, next week. McConnell is focused first on getting the votes he needs to clear a critical, procedural hurdle to begin debating any health care legislation. "We can repeal it, but the best is repeal and replace".


Duchess of Cambridge a vision in lacy yellow number

Duchess of Cambridge a vision in lacy yellow number

Prince George is all of four-years-old today and an all new photo has been released by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to mark his birthday. Princess Charlotte falls over as she , Prince George and their parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge , visit Airbus in Hamburg, Germany .


Polish president Duda to veto controversial judiciary reform

Polish president Duda to veto controversial judiciary reform

Polish President Andrzej Duda on Monday vetoed controversial judicial reforms that had prompted huge street protests and threats of unprecedented European Union sanctions. "Hungary's Prime Minster Viktor Orbán has actually said he will defend Poland from criticism from the European Union and is saying you know what, they are allowed to do it".


Sessions talked Trump campaign matters with Russian ambassador

Sessions talked Trump campaign matters with Russian ambassador

WaPo's report begins by stating, "A former official said that the intelligence indicates that Sessions and Kislyak had "substantive" discussions on matters including Trump's positions on Russia-related issues and prospects for U.S. Comey's firing, were also in the president's sights. Huckabee Sanders maintained exactly what the Constitution says about the presidential pardon power.