The Pentagon directed questions on President Trump's promise to aim "nice and new and "smart" missiles at Syrian President Bashar Assad's forces back to the White House, refusing to comment on potential future actions.Trump started his day with a salvo of tweets directed at Russian Federation after reports emerged from the country that The Kremlin would order all missiles fired by the U.S.at Syrian government forces to be shot down.In his Twitter barrage, Trump said, "Get ready Russian Federation, because (missiles) will be coming, nice and new and 'smart!'"When asked about the president's statement, a Pentagon spokeswoman demurred."The department does not comment on potential future military actions".
The White House said on Tuesday that the decision to cancel his visit became necessary because of the situation in Syria.
Trump did not take questions on these issues Wednesday as he signed an anti-online sex trafficking bill into law. The raid of his office was overseen by the USA attorney's office in Manhattan and based in part on a referral from Mueller.
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Britain's Parliament is in recess until Monday, though it could be recalled for an emergency debate. The DUP has backed Prime Minister Theresa May's decision to authorise air strikes in Syria.
She defended that Trump's tweet didn't give any plans away, adding that the president is still deciding on a timetable and repeating that he's leaving a number of options on the table.
Huckabee Sanders said that she didn't know if Cowan continues to represent trump.
On Capitol Hill, a bipartisan group of four senators moved to protect Mueller's job.
Meanwhile, Axios' Jonathan Swan reports that several people around Trump have described him as being at a "breaking point" in regard to the Mueller investigation, who the people worry Trump will fire. Feels great to have Bolton & Larry K on board.
Nevada Sheriff: Radio Show Host Art Bell Dead at 72
Bell expired at his Pahrump, Nev., dwelling, Nye County Sheriff Sharon Wehrly announced in a Facebook place into the city. Bell is an inductee of both the Nevada Broadcaster's Association Hall of Fame and National Radio Hall of Fame.
U.S. President, Donald Trump, has canceled his first official trip to Southern America, scheduled for later this week.
Meanwhile, the West Wing was rocked by another resignation of a senior Trump aide - Homeland Security Adviser Tom Bossert. Bossert had overseen the administration's response to the 2017 hurricane season and was credited by his colleagues for leading the administration's efforts to bolster cybersecurity resiliency across government and private industry.
"The President has made clear that he believes that this has gone too far", said Sanders journalists, speaking about the scope and direction of investigation Muller. More senior-level departures are expected in the coming weeks, said two people familiar with the dynamic but not authorized to discuss it publicly.
As Trump referenced in other tweets, his administration is also dealing with proposed tariffs on Chinese exports, as well as threats of counter-tariffs on American goods by the Chinese.
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Mourinho may look to bring in another quality left-back as he is keen to have two players capable of playing in every position.
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