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JAMES CLAPPER: Comey was 'uneasy' about having dinner with Trump

JAMES CLAPPER: Comey was 'uneasy' about having dinner with Trump

Comey was sacked last week as the FBI was investigating whether Trump's presidential campaign associates had colluded with Russian Federation to influence the outcome in his behalf. In a bombshell interview on Thursday night with NBC's Lester Holt, Trump claimed he had received three separate assurances from the now-ousted Comey that he was not personally under investigation for collusion with the Russian government.


It'll Be Matt Murray

It'll Be Matt Murray

The victory evens the series 2-2, as the reigning champs keep willing their way to wins in a postseason run when they seem to lose a player each game to injury. Defensively, the Ottawa Senators are allowing 2.6 goals per game and are killing 79.7 percent of their opponents power plays. He nearly completely shut down the Blue Jackets' attack in three of five contests, he absolutely flustered the Capitals' offense, stealing at least two games in the second round, and, heading into Wednesday, ...


Emmanuel Macron builds a cabinet to reform EU

Emmanuel Macron builds a cabinet to reform EU

Bruno Le Maire, named French economy minister, is a reform-minded conservative whose expertise on Europe and staunch defence of the Franco-German relationship will prove valuable as Macron pushes for closer European Union integration. One Republican accused the new president of "blowing up" the political landscape. "This shows Europe is the priority", a French diplomatic source said of the rare inclusion of Europe in the foreign ministry portfolio, although also sounding a warning note on ...



What Is the New Silk Road? China's New $1 Trillion Trade Initiative

On the other hand, the Financial Times in London also ran an article titled "One Belt, One Road - and many questions", which called into question whether the strategy itself is really meant to enhance global economic co-operation as Beijing claims , or is in fact aimed at serving its hidden political agenda, which is to establish China's regional hegemony.



Comey set to testify publicly about why Trump fired him

Comey, however, turned down an invitation to testify publicly before the Senate Judiciary Committee as well, which left chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, and Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., "extremely disappointed", the lawmakers said in a statement Friday evening.



Comey agrees to testify in open hearing before Senate Intelligence Committee

Mueller's appointment was not expected to affect the FBI or congressional investigations. What sounds like the inside of a fledgling business in the final weeks ahead of a Chapter 11 "restructuring" is actually President Donald Trump's White House, as several staffers and aides scramble to save their own reputations under a besieged administration, according to a Washington Post report published Wednesday night.