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Trump must turn over any tapes, lawmakers agree

Trump must turn over any tapes, lawmakers agree

On Thursday, he practically bragged about his authority to do so, presenting Congress and the judicial system with its first true test-pushing the bounds of his authoritarianism into unchartered, and potentially impeachable, territory. Comey instead told Trump he could count on his honesty, the Times said. Spicer: I don't think-that's not a threat. "You know that, I know that, everyone knows that".


Trump reveals classified info to Russian diplomats

Trump reveals classified info to Russian diplomats

If our partners and allies pull back on intelligence sharing, we won't have access to the information we rely on to keep the United States and American citizens living overseas safe. Analysis of the denial by the Post said its report did not say Trump disclosed intelligence sources or methods or publicly known military operations.



Prince Philip is stepping down from his public role

Prince Philip , husband of Queen Elizabeth II, will retire from his royal duties later this year, marking the end of a public life spanning almost seven decades, the Wall Street Journal reports, citing Buckingham Palace. Prime Minister Theresa May thanked him "on behalf of the whole country" for his decades of service to the Crown. Although there's no traditional method of retirement for the royals, Berthelsen said it's normal for members of the Royal Family to gradually reduce the number of ...


The Senate, not the president, should choose the next Federal Bureau of Investigation director

The Senate, not the president, should choose the next Federal Bureau of Investigation director

Earlier Friday, President Trump apparently threatened former FBI Director James Comey, tweeting: "James Comey better hope that there are no "tapes" of our conversations before he starts leaking to the press!" Mr Trump has said that Mr Comey has told him three times that he was not a target of the FBI inquiry, comments that have raised accusations among opponents that the president was interfering in the investigation.