On Thursday morning, Trump sent out several tweets, including attacks on Democrats and Hillary Clinton, as well as his opposition to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance (FISA) which he believes led to the release of the now infamous "pee tape" dossier.
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"I think that the premise of your question is completely ridiculous and shows the lack of knowledge that you have on this process", she said. She suggested reporters were the only ones left confused, prompting Trump to issue a second tweet almost two hours later.
The FISA reauthorization vote passed the House Thursday afternoon - absent the privacy protecting amendment Trump appeared to endorse.
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When CNN's Jim Acosta asked Huckabee Sanders whether there was a "cause and effect" between Trump's initial tweet and a Fox & Friends segment featuring the anti-FISA Andrew Napolitano, Huckabee Sanders sniped, "I'm sure you're disappointed he's not watching CNN".
The FISA Amendments Reauthorization Act, which passed the House Thursday morning, will allow the National Security Agency to keep alive a program that permits it to collect the communications of foreigners while they are outside the United States - data collection that also sweeps up the information of U.S. citizens who are communicating with foreigners outside the US.
Dianne Feinstein for releasing the transcript of an interview with the co-founder of a political opposition firm that commissioned a dossier of allegations about Trump's presidential campaign and Russian Federation.
Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California coaxed Trump into conceding that he would sign off on a "clean" DACA bill - a bill with no additional border security measures appended to it - in a stark departure from the official position long espoused by the White House and GOP leadership.
White House staffers have been warned not to bring their personal cell phones, laptops or smart watches into the West Wing, as chief of staff John Kelly has issued a ban on the devices over fears of information leaks.