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'I Don't Think It's Inappropriate' To Ask FBI Director To Pledge Loyalty

But Trump has said nothing at all on the topic beyond his tweet, leaving it anything but clear as to whether such a recording system is in use. Blumenthal would not go as far as to say whether he believed the FBI's investigation into Russian inference in the 2016 election was a motive behind Trump's decision to fire Comey.


Forget the Derby! Classic Empire healthy for Preakness run

Forget the Derby! Classic Empire healthy for Preakness run

That hasn't always been the case for the dark bay colt who figures to be heavily favored in Saturday's Preakness. "Things can possibly work out a little fairer for a horse that lacks experience", trainer Chad Brown said. "He's ready to run another race". "I'm so happy", Sano said. "The Derby victor is going to be hard to beat, but we're just going to take our chance, and hopefully he gets a good trip and likes the surface at Pimlico".



Trump intel sharing risks damaging USA alliances

The pattern continued this week, with national security advisers giving one account of what Trump told Russian officials in the Oval Office only to have the president himself revise it. However, the Washington Post article did claim that President Trump revealed the name of the city where the partner nation got the information about the aviation threat.



Democratic Alabama Congresswoman wants 'full account' of Comey's meeting with President Trump

John McCain, who often criticizes the Trump administration despite voting with its legislation, reportedly compared the allegations to Watergate at a dinner Tuesday night. The expectation is that the memos will be subpoenaed, according to a source familiar with the matter. "But if there's no tapes, the president would not have created this credibility dispute".


Donald Trump recorded phone conversations, claim former employees

Donald Trump recorded phone conversations, claim former employees

Mr Trump's firing of Mr Comey already has left him with the dubious distinction of being the first president since Nixon to fire a law enforcement official overseeing an investigation tied to the White House. Spicer, in fact, began on a wrong note in his very first press briefing when he termed Donald Trump's inauguration as the most watched of all US Presidential inaugurations so far.