The Republican and Democratic leaders of the Senate Intelligence Committee on Wednesday invited fired FBI director James Comey to testify and asked the FBI to turn over any memos Comey may have written about communications with the White House about the ongoing investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016 election.
The New York Times reported that Mr Trump had, during one of their conversations, asked Mr Comey to "let it go" when it came to the investigation into alleged ties between Russian Federation and former National Security Advisor Mike Flynn. On Wednesday, Reuters published a story quoting a litany of sources close to Trump and painted a portrait of a president who "doesn't understand" the presidency.
According to the New York Times, Mr Comey had a habit of drafting these memos after any conversations with the president.
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Its losses were centered in Lincolnshire, a former UKIP stronghold where Nuttall is standing for election on June 8, Hampshire and Essex, PA said.
Amash became the first Republican lawmaker to raise the specter of impeachment.
Trump, during an Oval Office meeting with Russian Ambassador to the US Sergey Kislyak and Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, had allegedly disclosed the secret intelligence about an Islamic State terrorist plot, The Washington Post reported Monday.
Republican Chair of the House Oversight Committee Jason Chaffetz said the House needs to see the memos Mr Comey wrote in order to determine if Mr Trump did in fact obstruct justice by calling for the end of the Flynn investigation.
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India, meanwhile, asserted the ruling is binding on Pakistan, calling it "unanimous" and "unambiguous". Jadhav, a former Navy officer, was arrested in March 2016 from Balochistan, Pakistan claimed.
Ryan raised questions about Comey's account of that meeting. A section of opinion makers argues that the President's behaviour constitutes obstruction of justice and he must be impeached. "I'm saying that they raise an allegation, we have an obligation to look into them, but before we form opinions and advocate for action, we need to know what the facts are".
Asked what he thinks of Trump presidency, Putin said it's up to the American people to judge but his performance can only be rated "only when he's allowed to work at full capacity", implying that someone is hampering Trump's efforts.
In a tweet Tuesday, Trump said he had an "absolute right" to share the information, and National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster said he is not concerned that information sharing among allies would stop. "And the acting director just said the other day that no one has tried to impede that investigation", he told reporters at a news conference.
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Organizers prevented reporters from attending the event, saying it was a private function even though it is publicly advertised. The minimum investment requirement is $1 million, unless the project is in a rural area or high-unemployment area.