• Trump's Ex-Campaign Manager Lewandowski Eyes White House Position
Trump's Ex-Campaign Manager Lewandowski Eyes White House Position

Trump, who returned to Washington on Saturday after a nine-day trip to the Middle East and Europe, has been expected to shake up staff to tackle the firestorm over investigations into alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election and communication between Russia and Trump's campaign and transition team.

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  • President Trump's tweets are official statements, White House
President Trump's tweets are official statements, White House

He's also tweeted barbs at former FBI Director James Comey , whom he fired. He did it from his personal Twitter account with the handle @RealDonaldTrump about five hours before a White House press release. "Trump's big charge with his staff is that they don't defend him aggressively". "You have your attack dogs". "I hope you can let this go", Come...

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  • Handel, Ossoff meet in District 6 congressional debate
Handel, Ossoff meet in District 6 congressional debate

Democrats hope a victory in the 6th district will fuel momentum for the 2018 midterm elections. She added that she instead wants "an economy that is robust with low taxes and regulation". Handel would be a disaster for women's health if she were elected to Congress. "More than $7 million in Democratic runoff spending is from the candidate's campa...

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  • Trump wants to 'stay engaged' on climate: Tillerson
Trump wants to 'stay engaged' on climate: Tillerson

Europe , China stands united against Trump's decision to take U.S. out of Paris climate change pact. As well as a world outcry, Trump's decision prompted a domestic backlash, with state governors, city mayors and powerful companies already drawing up plans to meet the Paris pact's greenhouse gas emission targets.

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  • Trump says '100 percent' willing to respond to Comey under oath
Trump says '100 percent' willing to respond to Comey under oath

Trump continued to be coy about the possibility of there being recordings of his conversations with Comey, which he has suggested previously . " He's a leaker , but we want to get back to running our great country". The president heads to his home in Bedminster, New Jersey on Friday. "The administration then chose to defame me and, more impor...

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  • Comey: Lynch directed me to downplay Clinton email probe
Comey: Lynch directed me to downplay Clinton email probe

Though the bulk of his testimony before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence focused on President Trump's decision to suddenly fire him and the Kremlin's alleged influence , conservatives seized on the Lynch comments, interpreting them as Lynch's attempt to interfere with the Clinton probe and "downplay" its importance.

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  • LeBron James: Warriors Have More Firepower Than Any Team I've Ever Faced
LeBron James: Warriors Have More Firepower Than Any Team I've Ever Faced

The difference this time is Draymond Green will not be suspended for Game 5, a hard-fought Cavs win that changed the entire complexion of the series. But Warriors forward Draymond Green thinks James might have hit the wall down the stretch, saying in an NBA TV interview after the game that he thought James exhausted in the second half and the W...

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  • Intel chiefs won't say if Trump asked them to intervene in investigations
Intel chiefs won't say if Trump asked them to intervene in investigations

During the Senate hearing, both Democratic and some Republican lawmakers pressed Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats and National Security Agency chief Mike Rogers about whether Trump had pressured them about the FBI investigation.

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  • NSA chief says was never asked to act illegally
NSA chief says was never asked to act illegally

The members of the Senate Intelligence Committee had one question they asked again and again Wednesday of the country's intelligence chiefs: Did President Trump want you to downplay investigations surrounding Russian Federation? "Is that the rule for the President of the United States as well?" Why are the intelligence directors refusing to...

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  • Trump says travel ban needed for 'certain unsafe countries'
Trump says travel ban needed for 'certain unsafe countries'

Washington DC (U.S.), June 6: U.S. President Donald Trump has insisted the need for a travel ban for certain "dangerous countries". His uncompromising language could complicate matters for administration lawyers charged with defending the travel ban in court.

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  • Intelligence chiefs won't say if Trump asked them to downplay Russia probe
Intelligence chiefs won't say if Trump asked them to downplay Russia probe

He asked the director of national intelligence, Dan Coats , and the head of the National Security Agency, Adm. Mike Rogers , about media reports that Trump asked them to intervene in the Justice Department investigation of former national security adviser Michael Flynn, and the broader inquiry surrounding Russian Federation.

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  • President Trump says he won't stop tweeting
President Trump says he won't stop tweeting

The Republican president took to twitter earlier in the day, claiming "total and complete vindication". The husband of Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway stressed that he still strongly supports Trump. Each time Donald Trump presses the "tweet" button, a new set of 140 characters becomes the most scrutinized statement in the world. "The P...

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  • Democrats furious at evasive answers at hearing
Democrats furious at evasive answers at hearing

Rogers, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, Director of National Intelligence Director Dan Coats , and Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe testified Wednesday before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. Both answered in broad terms. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, the second-ranking official at the Department of Justice who sig...

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  • Spicer: All of Trump's tweets are his official statements
Spicer: All of Trump's tweets are his official statements

Spicer responded that Trump is President, he is the official President and that the tweets are official statements. Christie, who said he was not going to critique every tweet, added that all he cares "about is what's in the best interest of the president because that's what's in the best interest of the country".

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  • Police searching for man missing since London attack recover body from river
Police searching for man missing since London attack recover body from river

Police have previously said eight officers who rushed to scene fired about 50 rounds, killing the three attackers . Butt, 27, was a British citizen born in Pakistan . Youssef Zaghba , 22, the son of an Italian mother and Moroccan father, was reportedly stopped at Italy's Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Airport past year as he was headed to Syria via ...

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  • The UK election fails to produce a victor - here's what happens now
The UK election fails to produce a victor - here's what happens now

In a speech outside 10 Downing Street after securing Queen Elizabeth II's nod to form the next government, Mrs May said: "This government will guide the country through the crucial Brexit talks that begin in just 10 days and to deliver on the will of the British people by taking the United Kingdom out of the European Union ".

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  • Don't fire Jeff Sessions, aides urge Donald Trump
Don't fire Jeff Sessions, aides urge Donald Trump

Kislyak is the same official whose secret phone call with former national security adviser Michael Flynn eventually led to Flynn's resignation . A potential resignation from Jeff Sessions could signal a deeper problem for Donald Trump , as many close to the president have suggested in recent weeks.

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  • Trump Legal Team to File Complaint Over Comey Memos
Trump Legal Team to File Complaint Over Comey Memos

Dan Coats , the director of national intelligence, refused to confirm or deny reports that Trump had asked him to push back on the FBI investigation into his campaign ties to Russian Federation, and NSA director Mike Rogers and deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein also refused to discuss such efforts by the president.

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  • Trump may allow Comey testimony
Trump may allow Comey testimony

On Friday Kellyanne Conway, Mr Trump's senior adviser, said that no decision had been made on barring Mr Comey from appearing. Spokesman Sean Spicer said on Friday that Trump continues to meet with candidates but would not give a timeline for choosing a nominee.

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  • Abby Wambach rips tournament for disqualifying young girl with short hair
Abby Wambach rips tournament for disqualifying young girl with short hair

A family from Nebraska is outraged over how their 8-year-old daughter was treated at a soccer tournament. Apparently, Mili Hernandez's short hair left officials CONVINCED the soccer-loving youngster was a boy trying to play in the girls tournament.

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