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Gingrich: A president "cannot obstruct justice"

Combining the two definitions, any official who uses the powers of public office for personal gain by compelling law enforcement to drop an investigation could be guilty of obstruction of justice . He encouraged the audience to read Arthur Miller's " The Crucible ", saying "that's the mentality of the left right now". The recent history of impeachment, however, has shown that obstruction of justice has more precedence in American politics than collusion with a foreign government. Read More »

Trump set to row back on Cuban travel and trade

According to reports by one USA official who had seen the president's memorandum on the issue, the rollback will include a tightening of travel restricitons on US citizens travelling to the island and a restriction on USA business dealings with companies tied to Cuba's military. Read More »

Bill Cosby: prosecutor plans new trial as jury scuppers sexual assault case

There has been nothing but a supreme effort on your part", Judge Steven O'Neill said. "Go through your routines, which have probably become very habitualized at this point". "It has been restored", said Andrew Wyatt, his spokesman. Andy Lassner, executive producer of The Ellen Show , wrote " I BELIEVE YOU" to the women accusing Cosby of sexual assault. Read More »

Rod Rosenstein just put out a super unusual statement bashing anonymous sources


Rosenstein appointed Mueller , a former FBI director , in May while facing questions about his role in the firing of FBI Director James Comey. " Rosenstein is keenly aware that he could become a potential witness in the investigation". Others have pointed to news that Mueller interviewed with Trump for the Federal Bureau of Investigation director post after Comey's firing. "Witch Hunt", he tweeted . Read More »

Joe Scarborough: Donald Trump Never Discussed Firing Robert Mueller as Special Counsel


White House press secretary Sean Spicer said Monday that Ruddy did not speak with Trump about firing Mueller as special counsel and other White House aides suggested the Newsmax CEO was only speaking for himself. "You're not the witness who should be behind that table". "If we elect a Republican to follow Trump, the left is going to keep going insane", he continued. Read More »

Close friend of Trump says he's considering firing special prosecutor Bob Mueller


Yet, at least initially, he holstered his Twitter finger and publicly said nothing. The Post reported Wednesday that Mueller is looking into whether President Trump attempted to obstruct justice. "I think he is considering perhaps terminating the special counsel", Ruddy said. Mueller is in charge of investigating Russian interference in the US election and possible collusion with Trump´s campaign. Read More »

Greatest witch hunt in American history': Trump on Russia probe

But he said Tuesday he anticipated the conflict of interest and effectively recused himself on his first day on the job , and was never briefed on the Russian Federation investigation. Mueller broadened the probe with the President now under investigation for obstruction of justice in probe regarding possible collusion by his campaign with the Kremlin. Read More »

Russian Federation scores wild first goal vs. New Zealand at 2017 Confederations Cup


The other two Group A teams include European champions Portugal spearheaded by the global superstar Cristiano Ronaldo and the most decorated CONCACAF team Mexico. Smolov had an effort ruled out for offside before the opening goal arrived just after the half-hour mark. A minute later, the vocal supporters had better cause as Poloz beautifully redirected a pass into the path of Denis Glushakov . Read More »

UK PM May will face leadership challenge if she softens Brexit

May called the election in a bid to increase her majority and strengthen her hand within her party ahead of the Brexit talks. Foster later said it was "right and proper" for the DUP to support May's legislative programme, which is due to be announced next week and will be the first formal test of her ability to govern. Read More »

From US to France and UK, election results ripple

LONDON , June 15 Northern Ireland's largest nationalist party would oppose any deal their main unionist rival strikes to prop up British Prime Minister Theresa May that undermines peace in the province but would welcome the increased funding it may bring. Read More »

Suspect in custody after shooting at Florida hospital


The incident happened about 3 West Marion Community Hospital at 4600 Southwest 46th Court. Troopers took the man to the hospital to be treated. Troopers said a nurse was shot by a patient, who has not been identified, who got a hold of a trooper's gun. The nurse is in stable condition, the FHP said. Read More »

North Korea Has Successful 'Ground-to-sea Cruise Rocket' Launch


It said leader Kim Jong Un observed the launches and that the missiles "accurately detected and hit" floating targets at sea after making "circular flights". In fact, the MDA, in cooperation with the U.S. Air Force 30th Space Wing, conducted a successful test of the GMD system on May 30, when a ground-based interceptor launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California intercepted an ICBM-class target launched from the Reagan Test Site on Kwajalein Atoll in the Republic of the Marshall ... Read More »

Qatar signs $12-bln deal with United States for 36 F-15 jets


The U.S. military announced a similar $21.1 billion deal in November for 72 F-15QA fighter jets for Qatar in the waning days of the Obama administration. Cavusoglu also said he would visit Kuwait later on Wednesday and meet Saudi Arabian King Salman Bin Abdulaziz al-Saud on Friday in Mecca to resolve the Gulf crisis. Read More »

White House mum on possible Comey tapes

The Secret Service, which has handled recording systems for previous presidents, responded back to the Journal's Freedom of Information Act request Monday. While the agency said they did not posses either, that does not preclude the possibility that other individuals or agencies recorded White House conversations secretly. Read More »

Doctors expect Scalise to walk again

Capitol Hill Police officers stand watch outside the House of Representatives on Capitol Hill in Washington , Thursday, June 15, 2017, a day after a gunman opened fire on a lawmakers playing baseball and wounded House Maj. He is the House's No. 3 GOP leader. Sava said that he did not entirely understand reports that the shot in the hip with a high-powered rifle was not particularly serious. Read More »

Trump owes millions to banks lobbying the government


However, he shed his stocks and securities, the report indicates. The disclosure does not reveal when the investments were sold. Trump is facing increasing pressure related to the alleged Russian meddling in the U.S. Another $19.7 million in income came from his Bedminster, New Jersey, golf club. While his initial report showed royalties totaling, at a maximum, just more than $165,000, that maximum total increased to more than $6.16 million in last year's filing and more than $7.06 ... Read More »