Published: Fri, May 19, 2017
Worldwide | By Gretchen Simon

Trump claims unearned exoneration on Russian Federation

Trump claims unearned exoneration on Russian Federation

He misstated the record on jobs and a violent national gang as well as on the matter that prompted the Justice Department a day earlier to appoint a special counsel with wide-ranging powers to investigate the Trump campaign and Russian Federation.

"If the US administration finds it possible, we are ready to provide a recording of the conversation between Lavrov and Trump to the US Congress and Senate", Mr Putin said during a press conference.

"This is about what I believe".

Rep. Justin Amash, R-Mich, took it further Wednesday and said it would be grounds for impeachment if the reports are true that Trump attempted to stop an FBI investigation into Michael Flynn, his former national security adviser.

Afterwards, Republican senator Lindsey Graham told reporters that "everything he said was that you need to treat this investigation as if it may be a criminal investigation". He said he already knew Comey would be fired before he wrote a controversial memo that the White House initially used as its justification for the dismissal. "We're going to have a director that's going to be outstanding". That's according to a senior U.S. official not authorised to discuss sensitive intelligence matters and speaking on condition of anonymity. "We've got to unite around these principles", Davis said.

Because of Mueller's wide scope in the Russian probe, Rosenstein referred several of the senators' questions to the new special counsel, frustrating numerous senators who wanted to learn more.

Rosenstein received strong support from the Senate a month ago when he was confirmed by a vote of 94 to 6 to be the Justice Department's second-highest-ranking official.

USA stocks recovered ground on Thursday as upbeat economic data emboldened investors to return to the market, a day after Wall Street saw the biggest selloff in eight months on worries the political turmoil could undermine Trump initiatives such as tax cuts that investors see as favouring economic growth.

McClintock said he also wants investigations into several actions taken during the Obama administration - but it is Trump and Russian Federation that's roiling Congress. He will still be required to notify Attorney General Jeff Sessions ahead of any "significant actions" that he may undertake. The Washington Post had reported on contacts he had with the Russian ambassador that he had not disclosed when asked about it during his Senate confirmation hearing.

Congress asks Pakistan to comply with ICJ order
India can then go to the Security Council, which may then decide upon measures to be taken to give effect to the judgment. In its interim order on Thursday, the United Nations court agreed that Pakistan had violated the Vienna Convention.

In the Senate meeting, Rosenstein told the senators that, in fact, Trump had chose to fire Comey the day before he wrote his memo.

Why Rosenstein felt compelled to write the memo remains unknown. Sen.

Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington Executive Director Noah Bookbinder called Mueller "the right man for the job" in a release, adding, "It is our honest hope that he is able to get to the bottom of this situation - not just the truth about Russia's interference with the 2016 election and any coordination it may have had with the Trump campaign, but also the truth about the president's apparent obstruction of the FBI's Russian Federation investigation".

While Trump's absence from Washington may give Republicans a breather from the controversies that have consumed the White House, Trump is entering an equally perilous zone.

The gang actually began in Los Angeles, according to a fact sheet from Trump's own Justice Department, and "spread quickly across the country". Trump was not pleased with the news.

'Director Comey was very unpopular with most people.

He was referencing a letter by deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein strongly criticizing Comey's decision in the Clinton investigation. He called "this" the "greatest witch hunt of a politician in American political history".

Comey's dismissal last week set off a series of jarring developments that culminated on Wednesday in the Justice Department's appointment of a special counsel to probe possible ties between Russian Federation and Trump's 2016 presidential campaign.

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