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Trump made major waves last month when he suggested there were tapes of his private conversations with then-FBI Director James Comey before he fired Comey. Comey, for his part, said Thursday: "Lordy, I hope there are tapes". The president has said Comey's testimony vindicates his assertion that Trump himself wasn't personally under investigation.
  • Gujarat schoolchildren distributed bags with Akhilesh Yadav's photo

    Gujarat schoolchildren distributed bags with Akhilesh Yadav's photo

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    This year too, over 12,000 bags were distributed in Chhota Udepur with a sticker carrying logo Jilla Shikshan Shakha (District Education Department), Chhota Udepur, 2017-18. These had been procured by the district panchayat through an e-tender from a Surat-based company, said District Primary Education Officer (DPEO) Mahesh Prajapati.
  • Top Dem Repeatedly Cuts Off Sessions During Hearing

    Top Dem Repeatedly Cuts Off Sessions During Hearing

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    Rosenstein said he would agree to dismiss Mueller only if there were a legitimate basis to do so, and an order from the president would not necessarily qualify. He does not acknowledge the unanimous conclusions of the US intelligence community that Russian Federation massively intervened in our election. Sessions declined to comment on those reports, stating only that he had "confidence" in Mueller and that it would not be appropriate for him to fire the special counsel.
  • Rod Rosenstein: There's No Reason To Fire Special Counsel Mueller

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    Rod Rosenstein told lawmakers of a Senate appropriations subcommittee that he has seen no good cause to remove special counsel Robert Mueller from the probe. If questions arise about what matters Sessions should stay away from, he said, a career official in Rosenstein's office is consulted. Ahead of the hearing there had been suggestions that Sessions might have had a third, unreported, encounter with Kislyak in April 2016, at Washington's Mayflower Hotel, where candidate Trump was ...
  • Comey friend says he is 'turning over relevant' documents to Federal Bureau of Investigation

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    Comey's testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee painted a damning portrait of Trump's character, and the president waited until Friday morning to break his silence - first in a 6:10 a.m. This could be bad news for former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey , who clearly hopes there are tapes of his interactions with Donald Trump: the Secret Service now says it doesn't have any recordings or documentation of conversations within the White House walls, ...
  • Paul Ryan Says Trump Should Let Mueller 'Do His Job'

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    High-profile supporters of President Donald Trump have started to turn on Mueller as he builds his legal team, raising questions about the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director's impartiality and suggesting he can not be trusted to lead the probe.
  • Dennis Rodman Makes Trip Back to North Korea

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    Dennis Rodman has made several trips to the mysterious country as he claims the tyrannical leader is a "good kid" - but what else is he famous for? Rodman's trip to North Korea is at least his fifth time to the reclusive nation. On the same trip, he suggested that an American missionary was at fault for his own imprisonment in North Korea, remarks for which he later apologized.
  • Jailed US student released in North Korea

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    Tillerson made no mention of Rodman's visit, and said the department would have no further comment on Warmbier and his condition, citing privacy concerns. In a video released by North Korea of a press conference shortly after Mr. Warmbier's arrest, he is seen distraught and crying, admitting to some of the crimes.
  • Macron calls for quick start to Brexit talks

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    May has confirmed that Brexit talks will start next week and that the schedule for the matter remains on course, reports the Guardian. British officials had suggested that they wouldn't be able to formally start Brexit negotiations next week as planned.
  • Dennis Rodman says 'trying to open door' in North Korea

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    Dennis Rodman's trip to North Korea has some, including The Washington Post , wondering whether President Donald Trump tapped the five-time National Basketball Association champion to return to the hot-button pariah nation. In particular, Kim Jong Un is said to have an interest in the Chicago Bulls team that Rodman played on in the late 1990's. Rodman, a member of the NBA Hall of Fame, previously traveled to North Korea in January 2014.
  • Jeff Sessions to publicly testify on James Comey's firing

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    Though the Justice Department maintains that it has fully disclosed the extent of Sessions' foreign contacts past year, lawmakers have continued to press him for answers about an April 2016 event at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington , where both Sessions and Kislyak attended a foreign policy speech by Trump .
  • Most important takeaway from Comey: What he didn't say

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    The House intelligence committee has asked White House counsel Don McGahn whether any tape recordings or memos of Mr Comey's conversations with the president exist now or had existed. "Mr. Comey's memoranda are relevant to the Judiciary Committee's ongoing investigative efforts". WILLIAM BRANGHAM: He did tell President Trump several times that he wasn't specifically under investigation.