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Trump has expressed frustrations with Sessions, one of the president's earliest high-profile backers. Mr. Trump, Ruddy said, "was looking at him potentially to become the next Federal Bureau of Investigation director". Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, an informal Trump adviser, tweeted Monday, "Republicans are delusional if they think the special counsel is going to be fair".
  • Four lines of possible questions for Attorney General Sessions

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    Lankford is on the intelligence committee, the forum for last week's riveting Comey testimony and Tuesday's hearing. US Attorney General Jeff Sessions will testify publicly to a Senate panel, the committee's chairman said, setting up another potentially dramatic congressional hearing on possible ties between President Donald Trump's campaign and Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential race.
  • Mayor of London again calls on Trump to cancel state visit

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    Meanwhile, US President Donald Trump instead used Twitter to rip into London's mayor Sadiq Khan . After copping criticism from both sides of the Atlantic for a political attack on a fellow leader in the aftermath of a terror attack, President Trump only doubled down.
  • Golden State Warriors beat Cleveland Cavaliers to win NBA title

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    But a 21-2 run by the Warriors in the second quarter ignited a 38-point period and Golden State held a double digit lead at halftime. He punctuated that season with his famed "Baby Hook" to win Game 4 of the NBA Finals in Boston, giving the Lakers a 3-1 lead before they finished off their rivals two games later.
  • President Rips James Comey On Twitter, Calls Him A 'Leaker'

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    News said Trump lawyer Marc Kasowitz will file a complaint with the Justice Department and the Senate Judiciary Committee. During more than two hours of testimony , Comey told the Senate Intelligence Committee he believed Trump had directed him to drop an FBI probe into the Republican president's former national security adviser Michael Flynn as part of the broader Russian Federation investigation.
  • Jeff Sessions to appear before Senate Intelligence committee

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    Sessions had been scheduled to appear Tuesday before the Senate Appropriations Committee to review funding for the Justice Department, which he heads. After the meeting, Comey told Sessions that he did not want to be alone anymore with Trump and "it can't happen that you get kicked out of the room and the president talks to me".
  • Trump cheerleaders turn on special counsel Mueller

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    Senior administration officials batted down the notion that Trump was considering firing Mueller after Christopher Ruddy , the CEO of Newsmax Media and a friend of the president's , alleged that he was during an appearance on " PBS Newshour " Monday.
  • Trump says James Comey's testimony showed 'no collusion, no obstruction'

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    Under oath on Thursday, Comey told the Senate Intelligence Committee that he consciously decided to make the memo detailing Trump's request unclassified. Dianne Feinstein of California asked, " Why didn't you stop and say, 'Mr". But he left aside scathing testimony by Comey, whom he fired in early May, that Trump had tried to derail a probe into onetime national security advisor Michael Flynn - at best, a political miscalculation by a tradition-shredding president, and at worst, a ...
  • Oath Keeper At Anti-Muslim Protest Says Civil War Is 'Guaranteed'

    Oath Keeper At Anti-Muslim Protest Says Civil War Is 'Guaranteed'

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    The Republican based a large part of his campaign on anti-Islamic and anti-immigrant rhetoric, which saw him draw large crowds and votes across the nation. She has reportedly stated in 2007 that a devout Muslim "cannot be a loyal citizen to the United States of America" and said that Muslims should not be allowed to hold public office.
  • I'm calling it what it is: Trump on 'travel ban'

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    Conway said the outcome at the high court "is what actually matters". Mr Trump also found himself in hot water over his tough-talking tweets defending his ban on travellers from several Muslim countries, which is now stalled in the federal courts.
  • Oklahoma jail escape: 4 on the run, including murder suspect

    Oklahoma jail escape: 4 on the run, including murder suspect

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    Moody and Baker had escaped from the same jail in March, according to the nearby Pottawatomie County Sheriff's Office. "They get up on top of that and they're able to jump over an air vent". Investigators believe the inmates escaped Lincoln County Jail between 1 and 4 a.m. through the facility's ventilation system, KFOR reported . They are considered extremely risky, Dougherty said.
  • Trump Appears Unlikely to Hinder Comey's Testimony About Russia Inquiry

    Trump Appears Unlikely to Hinder Comey's Testimony About Russia Inquiry

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    If questioned again in Congress next week about whether the President tried to obstruct the investigation of Trump campaign operative Gen. Michael Flynn, it will be impossible for Comey to walk away from his previous and oft repeated refusals to comment on specific individuals under investigation without shattering what remains of his own reputation for integrity.