And Trump repeated his criticism on Sunday, writing: "I believe the James Comey leaks will be far more prevalent than anyone ever thought possible". He did say, under oath, that you told him to let the Flynn - you said you hoped the Flynn investigation he could let -PRESIDENT TRUMP: I didn't say that.
Bharara, in an interview with ABC News' "This Week", said Trump as president-elect called him twice. It was clumsy, naive and smarmy.
"It absolutely is legal for Comey to share his own private reflections that do not consist of closely held national security secrets with the press, whether by passing on the information himself or through a friend", said Heidi Kitrosser, a law professor at the University of Minnesota. In previous testimony, Comey described Russian Federation as the "greatest threat of any country on earth", and he warned Thursday that Russian Federation is "coming after America", regardless of party, "to undermine our credibility in the rest of the world". He stumbled in handling the Hillary Clinton debacle and he stayed in the spotlight with Trump for too long.
When asked if there was enough evidence to being a justice of obstruction case, Bharara said there "absolutely" is. Liberals will have you believe otherwise, but they must be disappointed that their silver bullet seems to be melting. "'Hey, hope this happens but you got to do your job.' That's what he told Comey", Trump Jr. said. PRESIDENT TRUMP: Well, I didn't say that.
Trump tweeted last month that Comey "better hope that there are no "tapes" of our conversations before he starts leaking to the press". Comey noted that he never felt the need to document his conversations with Presidents Bush or Barack Obama, telling Sen. To the usual suspects on the left, that does not matter. Trump denied saying that to Comey about Flynn, who resigned in February after it emerged that he misled Vice President Mike Pence about calls he made to Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak. No investigation, not from the FBI or any congressional committee has established otherwise. Admiral Rogers testified that the President never "directed [him] to do anything. illegal, immoral, unethical or inappropriate" and never "pressured [him] to do so".
The only collusion revealed from last year's campaign was the shocker that former Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch had done some wordsmithing for the Clinton campaign.
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Comey's carefully crafted memos are laden with contemporaneously recorded details and verbatim quotes that could easily lay down a path for investigators, and already have been turned over to Mueller. So far, they don't have legislation to go through. A special counsel continues the probe into Russia's meddling in the United States presidential election. Any experienced prosecutor would see these facts as establishing a prima facie case of obstruction of justice. Good luck with that. Comey admitted he was confident that zero. zilch. nada. votes cast in the 2016 Elections were altered by Russians.
Trump's aides have dodged questions from reporters for months about whether conversations relevant to the Russian Federation investigation have been recorded, and so did the president in a series of teases. He is lucky to have not squandered that advantage.
Trump says Romania has been a great ally to the US and he's honored to host Iohannis for what the White House has said is a working visit.
After almost five months of living apart, President Donald Trump's wife, Melania, announced Sunday that she and the couple's young son have finally moved into the executive mansion at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. It will not be pleasant, but it won't be deadly. They should quiet down, get back to work, and let the Democrats aimlessly flail around Washington.
- Rogers is a political consultant and a veteran of the Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush White Houses and several national campaigns.