Trump's offer to testify heightens the drama of his standoff with Comey, who told senators that Trump had demanded his personal loyalty and had pressured him to drop a counterintelligence investigation of former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn. "When [Trump] tells you to do something, guess what, there's no ambiguity in it", Trump Jr. said in an interview with Fox News" Jeanine Pirro.
A Democratic senator said on Sunday he expects tough questions for Mr Sessions about his involvement in the firing of Mr Comey when he testifies on Tuesday. When Comey said that the President "hoped" Flynn would be cleared of the allegations, it was Comey's duty as the director of the FBI to speak up forcefully to educate the President on his duty not to interfere in any way, shape, or form in an ongoing investigation.
He said that he thinks Mr Trump was trying to "cultivate some kind of relationship" with him.
Ronaldo tells Mendes to make Manchester United return happen
During that time , they won the Champions League three times and La Liga twice. Real released a statement, saying they have full confidence in their player.
Mr Reed told Fox News "there's a real question of the propriety" of Mr Sessions' involvement in Mr Comey's dismissal, since Mr Sessions had recused himself from the federal probe into contacts between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign.
A Republican senator is taking President Donald Trump to task for not clearing up a burning question: whether he has tape recordings of his conversations with his then-FBI Director James Comey. When pressed on the issue, the president insisted he wasn't "hinting anything", before adding, "Oh, you're going to be very disappointed when you hear the answer, don't worry".
Leaders of the House Intelligence Committee, which is also investigating suspected Russian election meddling, have written White House counsel Don McGahn asking whether tapes exist and, if so, that they be produced to the committee by June 23. It was a stunning accusation, suggesting that the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director had lied to Congress, while under oath. "Totally illegal? Very 'cowardly!'" Trump said on Twitter. Mr Comey also has said Mr Sessions did not respond when he complained he did not "want to get time alone with the president again".
Bharara says Trump called him twice before the inauguration, to "shoot the breeze". On Friday he said he was "committing the United States to Article 5".
"WOW, Comey is a leaker!" He derisively repeated the "leaker" moniker when he spoke to reporters in the Rose Garden.
German minister sees hope of 'soft' Brexit
Both sides need an agreement to keep trade flowing between the world's biggest trading bloc and the fifth largest global economy. Many in Britain have seen the election result as repudiating May's threats to walk away without a deal.
However, the complaints could simply add to the number of investigations under way, increasing the sense of a White House overshadowed by questions about the Trump election campaign's ties to Russian Federation.
"That's a decision that the president will make in consultation with his chief lawyer, Marc Kasowitz, and that the president said he'll address next week", he said.
Meanwhile, US Attorney General Jeff Sessions has agreed to appear before the US Senate Intelligence committee this week.
There was one other thing Comey said: "Sometimes when you start turning over rocks", you find things not related to the original criminal investigation.
Britain to hold 2-year legislative session
The European Council president will be a key mediator between the other 27 EU leaders for the duration of the negotiations. Her finance minister said at an European Union meeting on Friday that a Brexit deal should put jobs and prosperity first.
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