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Author: 0 Trump Hits Clinton In New Tweets

Trump doesn't seem to be referring here to Mueller, though, but to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. Special counsel Robert Mueller . Once Comey was sacked, the Department of Justice appointed Mueller as special counsel to act as an independent investigator.

Author: 0 Deputy AG Rosenstein set for budget hearing Tuesday

On Monday night, Chris Ruddy , a friend of President Trump's, told "PBS NewsHour" host Judy Woodruff that the president was "considering perhaps terminating the special counsel " appointed to oversee the Russian Federation investigation, Robert Mueller .

Author: 0 May earmarks relief money for London fire victims; death toll at 30

More than 70 people reportedly remain unaccounted for, and many of those protesting Friday were demanding the return of their loved ones' remains. "We saw the people screaming", she said. Conservative former cabinet minister Michael Portillo said May should have been prepared to face residents' anger. Residents in other blocks with the same exterior cladding as Grenfell Tower were concerned, he wrote .

Global Media Over 100000 Civilians Still Trapped in ISIS-Held Mosul
Author: 0 Over 100000 Civilians Still Trapped in ISIS-Held Mosul

Some 800,000 civilians have fled their homes in Mosul, and Iraqi coalition forces backed by USA airpower took control of the city's eastern district and most of the west. A total of 195,000 civilians have also returned, mainly to the liberated areas of eastern Mosul. Many are living in precarious conditions, particularly those in unfinished or abandoned buildings, Geddo said.

Author: 0 Golden State Warriors' NBA Finals Win Takes Social Media By Storm

The decision would be in direct contrast with the team's 2015 win, after which they proudly posed alongside then-President Obama. Some of us need to remove ourselves from the moment and remember there are some pretty wonderful stories that have already been told .

Author: 0 UK's Hammond says economy should be priority in Brexit talks

May has said Britain will leave both the single market and the customs union. Speaking as he arrived for a meeting of European Union finance ministers in Luxembourg, he said: "As we go into that negotiation, my clear view - and I believe the view of the majority of people in Britain - is that we should prioritise protecting jobs, protecting economic growth and protecting prosperity as we enter those negotiations and take them forward".

Global Media Many Cuban exiles embrace Trump policy but want more
Author: 0 Many Cuban exiles embrace Trump policy but want more

He clamped down on some commerce and travel, but left intact many new avenues his predecessor Barack Obama had opened. The US decried the "hostile rhetoric that recalls the time of open confrontation", and "return to the coercive methods of the past".

Author: 0 Southern Baptists Pass Resolution Condemning Alt-Right

Cecil Cunigan, a messenger to the Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting in Phoenix , holds up his ballot to vote for a new resolution condemning the racism of the alt-right movement on June 14, 2017 . "There's hope for the Southern Baptist Convention ", he emphasized. The 15.2 million-member denomination, the nation's largest Protestant group, has been working to overcome its founding in the 19th century in defense of slaveholders.

Author: 0 'Scalise took a bullet for all of us'

He died after officers in Scalise's security detail and local police fired at him. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File). For the game, which began in 1909, members of the Senate and House of Representatives donned uniforms representing teams from their constituencies, and many topped them with hats from Louisiana State University, Scalise's alma mater, as a tribute.

Author: 0 Trump Denounces Reports Of Widening Russia Probe

Probing the president for possible crimes is a complicated affair, even if convincing evidence of a crime is found . The president did not directly address allegations that he is being probed for possibly obstructing justice - a potentially impeachable offense.

Author: 0 Scalise remains in critical condition after shooting

Because the bullet shattered, there may be hundreds of fragments in Mr Scalise's body and doctors do not intend to try to remove them all, Dr Sava said. The hospital says Scalise will remain hospitalized for some time. Scalise's Chief of Staff shared a message from the congressman's family at a Friday press conference.

Author: 0 U.S. to dispatch 4000 more troops to war-torn Afghanistan

FMLs were effectively caps set by the White House on the number of troops that could be deployed to each country. USA military leaders there are asking Trump to send more. However, the Pentagon cautioned that no final decision had been made. Asked about what transpired, Trump made comments in a Fox News interview that were nearly hard to believe.

Author: 0 National Basketball Association champion Warriors undecided on potential White House visit

Two clutch threes by J.R. Smith before the end of the second quarter kept the Cavaliers in the game. His 15 free throw attempts prove that Curry was locked in and ready to have his best #Nba Finals. The group that recruited Durant in the Hamptons that day last summer has the same philosophy about winning more championships. I'd be honored to welcome the team to the U.S.

Author: 0 Britain says Brexit talks to start Monday

The UK government's Brexit Secretary David Davis and the EU's chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier, agreed on Thursday that official divorce talks will begin Monday, June 19. European Parliament Brexit negotiator Guy Verhofstadt said Wednesday the door would remain open but on worse terms than Britain has now. "We know each other and we understand each other", she said.

Author: 0 DUP head arrives for talks with United Kingdom leader May

The DUP's policies on social issues such as gay marriage and abortion have come under increased scrutiny since the election result, with the party's 10 MPs offering the prime minister a chance to prop up her minority government. "It is clear that our country faces some of the greatest challenges of our time ", she told parliament. "I can't negotiate by myself", he added.

Global Media Rosenstein Says He Won't Fire Special Counsel Unless There's Good Cause
Author: 0 Rosenstein Says He Won't Fire Special Counsel Unless There's Good Cause

Even if Mueller's probe finds evidence Trump tried to obstruct justice, the Justice Department - which oversees the FBI and the special counsel investigation - is highly unlikely to indict a sitting president. Trump said he fired Comey for poor performance, though he ealso reportedly told a group of Russian officials that the Comey dismissal would help get the Russia probe behind him.

Author: 0 White House torn over Mueller's role as pressure grows

Ruddy said in an interview Monday with Judy Woodruff of PBS, "I think he's weighing that option". Ruddy was at the White House Monday to meet with White House aides, but did not speak with the president, Press Secretary Sean Spicer said. And leading Republican legislators on Tuesday waved off the idea of firing Mueller, with House Speaker Paul Ryan saying that his advice was to "let Robert Mueller do his job" and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell voicing confidence in the special counsel.

Author: 0 UK leader holding alliance talks with NIreland party chief

Sinn Fein has also claimed that a Tory-DUP alliance could damage powersharing talks in Northern Ireland , which has been without an executive since March and without a first and deputy first minister since January. Until she does, she and her ministers are on borrowed time . It follows warnings - including from former prime minister John Major - that the British Government will compromise its stated impartiality in the province if it enters a confidence and supply deal with the DUP at ...

Author: 0 Putin offers political asylum to Comey

Take the globe, spin it around, poke with a finger in any place, there would be the United States interests and there would definitely be their interference. As reported yesterday, the Senate voted to punish Moscow for interfering in the 2016 election by approving a wide-ranging package of sanctions that target key sectors of Russia's economy and individuals who carried out cyberattacks.