Firing 'nut job' James Comey took off pressure, says Donald Trump

Firing 'nut job' James Comey took off pressure, says Donald Trump

Trump sent Comey a letter last week abruptly firing him. Speaking to reporters on Air Force One, Priebus said Trump had spent the flight reading newspapers, meeting with national security advisers and other staff, getting briefed about the trip and getting a little sleep.

Richmond, VA, FBI head up for director's stop

Richmond, VA, FBI head up for director's stop

When asked, "Internally, from the president?" The Republican senator said Sunday that Trump should stop publicly commenting on the investigation following the President's firing of former FBI Director James Comey, which he subsequently tweeted about throughout the week.

Comey's dismissal not discussed at meeting with Trump - Lavrov

Two more bombshell reports published Friday afternoon delivered a one-two punch to the Trump White House regarding the investigation into its potential ties to Russian Federation, capping off a week where each day dealt a fresh blockbuster blow to the administration.

Comey agrees to testify in open Senate committee hearing

Rather, White House press secretary Sean Spicer told the Times the pressure Trump was referring to was on his administration's "ability to engage and negotiate with Russian Federation". The controversy that erupted after the meeting refuses to die down. The president has been adamant that the meddling did not alter the outcome of the race, but it has become a political cudgel for his opponents.

Could President Trump be impeached?

Those are very high grounds that would be needed in order for impeachment to actually happen as those are the only reasons that a President can be removed from office. The intensity of the investigation into President Donald Trump's campaign continues to stoke fears of a potential stock market crash in 2017. Given the Republican majorities in both houses of Congress - and the slow-moving nature of the federal government - the president may have some time before any impeachment proceedings ...

Comey Agrees To Testify In Public Before Senate Intelligence Committee

Sen. Marco RubioMarco RubioSunday shows preview: Trump overseas as Russian Federation probe heats up Pence marks Armed Forces Day with vow to rebuild military Senators told of broadening Russian Federation investigation MORE (R-Fla.), who sits on the intelligence panel, will appear on CBS's "Face the Nation" and CNN's "State of the Union" on Sunday, where he's likely to face questions about areas of interest for that hearing.