Mueller's office has also asked the National Security Agency (NSA) for documents related to its interactions with the administration as part of the probe into Russian meddling and possible collusion with Trump campaign officials, The New York Times reported .
When asked what she wanted to say to the families of the injured, she said she "didn't know who was shot". "I never saw him get mad when people were talking good, bad or ugly about any of the political parties", Euille told The Associated Press .
Sanders' 2016 run for the presidency. The FBI is still investigating the case and is looking through Hodgkinson's belongings, including his cellphone, computer and camera. "I think that an excellent recovery is a good possibility", Dr. Jack Sava, director of trauma at MedStar Washington Hospital Center said at a news conference Friday afternoon.
The tweets were clear signs of the president's frustration and anger over the revelation, published on Wednesday evening in The Washington Post , about the investigation by Mueller, who is heading an independent probe into alleged Russian interference in the 2016 election.
Some people had started pelting stones on the security personnel immediately after the security forces laid a cordon around the house, located in densely populated Malik Mohalla of the village. The militants hurled grenades inside the police jeep and opened heavy automatic fire killing the five, including the officer on the spot. Kashmiris clash with Indian forces in Srinagar .
Trump said on Twitter, calling the probe into him a " Witch Hunt ". Tensions are building inside the Justice Department as Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein contemplates whether he will become a witness in the ongoing investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S.
A statement by the ministry said the information is being checked to verify the claims. The group and lone wolves inspired by it have claimed numerous terror attacks from the USA to the Philippines, via Europe and the Middle East. US Navy Captain Jeff Davis, a Pentagon spokesman, said: "We have no information to corroborate those reports". However, Col. Ryan Dillon, a spokesman for the US-led coalition's operation against IS in Syria and Iraq , said he "cannot confirm these reports at ...
Conservative former Prime Minister Sir John, who was crucial in bringing peace to Northern Ireland, raised concerns about the impact of a Tory deal with the DUP . DUP leader Arlene Foster is due to meet May on Tuesday for crunch talks, which could force the delay of the government's presentation of its legislative programme to parliament by Queen Elizabeth II, due on June 19.
THAAD is designed for high-altitude extra-atmospheric interception of short and medium-ranged missiles and can be potentially used against North Korean ballistic missiles. Cruise missile tests do not contravene United Nations regulations, Korea Defence Network analyst Lee Il-Woo said, adding they were "much slower than ballistic missiles and can be shot down by anti-aircraft guns".
Sir John said he was "concerned" about the DUP deal, and said he is "wary" and "dubious" about the deal "both for peace process reasons but also for others reasons as well". "Going overseas and being seen to be the prime minister and talking to the president of France, being seen to be wheeler-dealing on the global stage, is a classic move to shore up authority at home", he said.
It was an unprecedented third consecutive meeting between the clubs in the finals and both appear ready to continue their domination of conference rivals on the way to an annual showdown for the crown. "I heard about how I was hopping on bandwagons, I was letting everybody else do the work, but that was far from the truth", Durant said after the Finals.
Hodgkinson was wounded in an exchange of fire with law enforcement and later died. "Look, I signed up for this but my 3-year-old didn't and our families didn't", Richmond added. "That was humbling in a way". Ryan donned an LSU hat, while Pelosi wore a purple and gold LSU T-shirt. Also wounded was former congressional aide Matt Mika , who now works for Tyson Foods in its Washington office.
Despite a dominant showing to seal back-to-back America's Cup wins over Oracle this morning, Team New Zealand helmsman Peter Burling insists his side can still do better. In the second contest, the victor would earn a one point advantage heading into the America's Cup Match. "Oracle is a multinational team and they're not wearing their heart on their sleeve perhaps as much as the Kiwis and when it gets to those key moments when its all on the line, who is going to be more motivated ...
The documents cover January 2016 through spring 2017. He reported earning between $50,000 and $100,000 in 2016 and is now reporting an income of between $100,000 and $1 million. Instead, on January 17, 2017, three days before his inauguration, Trump transferred his far-flung holdings to a revocable trust managed by his adult sons, Donald Jr and Eric , and Allen Weissberg, chief financial officer of the Trump Organisation.
Mrs May met a group of victims, residents, volunteers and community leaders at St Clement's Church near the scene of the blaze, but she declined to speak to anyone outside the building. One Moroccan woman in the mosque, Habiba, said she was looking for a 16-year-old Moroccan school girl Nur Huda El Wahabi who is missing, who is best friends with her son Abdul.
One Afghan soldier was killed and another was hurt in the attack that occurred around 2 p.m.at Camp Shaheen in Mazar-i-Sharif in Balkh Province, according to a statement from the press office of Operation Resolution Support, the US and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation mission to train and advise Afghn forces.
If Mueller knew he was going to be named special counsel, it is unlikely he divulged that information to Trump. The responsibility for appointing (or theoretically firing) Mueller lies with Rosenstein because his boss, Attorney General Jeff Sessions , recused himself in March from all investigations involving Russian Federation and the 2016 elections.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will try to clinch a deal Wednesday that would allow her minority government to survive, as European Union leaders voice growing impatience to start Brexit negotiations. May, who ahead of the June referendum supported remaining in the European Union, has promised to start the formal Brexit talks next week but opponents of a sharp break with the European Union took her woes as a chance to push back against her strategy.
On Wednesday, the Senate voted 97-2 to codify those sanctions and others into law, and prevent President Trump, who has been alarmingly warm toward the authoritarian regime in Moscow, from undoing them at will. The vote comes after top Republicans held off for months from backing tougher financial penalties in a bid to give the Trump administration space to try to improve the U.S.
Also in Dublin for a meeting with Mr Varadkar, Sinn Fein Stormont leader Michelle O'Neill voiced her optimism that a deal was "doable". While there is expected to be some discussion of Brexit, the impasse on forming a power-sharing executive is expected to dominate the day.