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Trump accuses Mueller of leaking after secret letter published

Trump accuses Mueller of leaking after secret letter published

Donald Trump can not have obstructed justice because he is America's top law enforcement officer, his lawyers have argued according to leaked 20-page memo . The letter goes on to say that if the president did order the termination of an investigation, even though he contends he did not, "this could not constitute obstruction of justice".


Bill Clinton Says #MeToo Wouldn’t Have Changed His Response to Lewinsky Scandal

Bill Clinton Says #MeToo Wouldn’t Have Changed His Response to Lewinsky Scandal

I defended the Constitution", he said. One commentator on the panel said the remarks were the end of Clinton's public life. The former president said he has not apologized privately to Lewinsky - nor spoken to her at all - and that he does not believe such an apology is necessary because he has repeatedly done so publicly.


South Korea to refrain from publicising joint war games with US

South Korea to refrain from publicising joint war games with US

He also said North Korea has "deceived" the worldwide community in the past, but Song, who attended the same session as Onodera, criticized the Japanese minister, saying progress will "not be made without negotiations". Those discussions, if they take place, "will be separate and distinct" from the talks with Pyongyang, Mattis said. North Korea has bristled at the idea, and it's unclear if the two sides will be able to bridge their differences enough for the meeting to be deemed a success.


Syria’s Assad to meet Kim in North Korea

Syria’s Assad to meet Kim in North Korea

Song Young-moo says , "Just because we have been tricked by North Korea in the past doesn't guarantee that we will be tricked in the future". The envoy, Kim Yong Chol was previously chief of the Reconnaissance General Bureau, a top North Korean military intelligence agency, and has spent almost 30 years as a senior member of the country's intelligence community.


Trade deals off if United States moves ahead with tariffs: China

Trade deals off if United States moves ahead with tariffs: China

Although China had previously agreed to buy more USA goods, details of that have yet to be agreed. Shortly after announcing Mr. Ross's trip, the Trump administration unexpectedly said it would move forward with the tariffs on $50 billion in Chinese goods and take other actions that are meant to restrict China's access to US technology.