Rep. Justin Amash (R-Mich.) said Wednesday that if Trump did indeed ask former FBI Director James Comey to drop the bureau's investigation into former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, then that would constitute grounds for impeachment, according tothe Hill's Cristina Marcos. And he's willing to prove it, purely out of the goodness of his own heart.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has dismissed the ongoing scandal around U.S. President Donald Trump sharing classified intelligence with Russian officials as "political schizophrenia".
"I can not otherwise explain the accusations of the president that he handed Lavrov some sort of secrets", Putin added.
The Russian president told reporters in Sochi, where he was having talks with Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni, that he would be happy to turn over transcripts "if the American administration would like that, of course", to show that no secrets were shared.
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Zamora took to twitter to praise West Ham's performance, singling out their captain Noble for his performance. A second win in their last 11 games secured their top-flight status for another year. "We deserved to win.
"What else will the people generating such drivel and nonsense think of next?" he said.
There is an ongoing investigation in the US into possible ties between members of the Trump team and Russian Federation during the presidential campaign past year.
The episode is the latest woe for Trump, whose administration is engulfed in a series of scandals linked to Russian Federation.
"Just the facts, and it will be the facts that will allow us to go from that point forward should there be a necessity to move in another direction", he said.
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The value of the pound has tumbled since Britons voted to leave the bloc, pushing costs up and driving inflation past wage growth. May rejected suggestions there is a distinctive vision that could be labeled "Mayism". "There is good solid Conservatism".
"I'm not saying the news articles are wrong".
Trump, whose administration has been dogged by allegations that Russia helped him win the White House and that he and his allies are too cosy with Moscow, has defended his decision to discuss intelligence with the Russians after media reports of the meeting alarmed some United States and foreign politicians.
Ushakov said "any contacts" with the US president are "important" but he would not reply to the question whether the classified information that Trump reportedly shared with Lavrov and Kislyak was valuable for Russian Federation. Putin could genuinely want to help Trump, and by releasing a transcript which may contain no secret information, the pressure on Trump will be relieved. No politician in history-and I say this with great surety-has been treated worse or more unfairly. "They are shaking up their internal politics while using anti-Russian slogans".
"They either don't understand that they are harming their country - which makes them just dumb - or they understand, which makes them risky and dirty", Putin said.
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The House leadership's acknowledgment that deeper digging was necessary - though how much and how aggressively remains to be seen - comes after months of turning a blind eye to other questions of inappropriate behavior raised about the Trump administration at the outset of his presidency. "We need to get to the bottom of it and on the broader question people have asked about where does this all lead, I think the we ought to keep our focus on finding out the facts in the first instance and no one ought to, in my view, rush to embrace the most extraordinary remedy that involves the removal of the president from office".
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