COMEY: “Not to my understanding, no.”
COMEY: “Yes, sir. He qactually went further than that. He said. and if some of my satellites did something wrong, it’d be good to find that out.”
RUBIO: As you perceived it, while he was a request that you hoped you would do away with it, you perceived it as an order? Given his position and the setting and alike and some of the circumstances.
Sen. Marco Rubio (R., Fla.) on Thursday asked former FBI Director James Comey why he thought “the only thing” that has not been leaked during the federal Russia investigation is that President Donald Trump was not personally being investigated.
“The key aspect here is if this seems to be something the president is trying to get you to drop it, this seems like a pretty light touch to drop it, to bring it up at that moment, the day after he had just fired Flynn,” Lankford said. “To come back in and say, ‘I hope we can let this go,’ but then it never reappears again.”
Former FBI Director James Comey revealed Thursday that he provided excerpts of his memos to a friend with the understanding that they would be given to reporters.
Authorities say a Utah woman pulled two of her son’s teeth in a Walmart restroom.
Curtis Duff claims he suffered the loss of his wife’s companionship and consortium.
“With you, with you personally, I have a much closer relationship than with Mr. Flynn. We met yesterday evening. Today we worked all day together, we are meeting again right now.”
“We recognize and appreciate that, in addition to this pledge, ETF (Eric Trump Foundation) contributions and fundraising efforts prior to the $20,000,000 pledge have helped to raise collectively over $16.3 million dollars for the children of St. Jude over the last ten years,” Shadyac Jr. said.
In journalism, anonymous sources are notoriously unreliable. Any journalist or reporter who says otherwise is seriously lacking in credibility. If they don’t provide documented proof, or physical evidence, they should not be considered solid sources. It has always been that way with real journalism. Modern major media has abandoned this basic journalistic standard in favor of grade school rumors. Unfortunately, people’s confirmation bias steers them to believe unsubstantiated hearsay.
Kikkert, 59, who is pursuing a bachelor’s degree at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, said she wanted to study the classics. When the professor of her Advanced Creative Writing Poetry course selected works other than those of Robert Frost, Edgar Allan Poe and others of interest to Kikkert, she said she asked faculty to reconsider the assignments to round out the studies.
An Indiana high school student who graduated early, completed his training to become a U.S. Marine Corps, and flew back for graduation this week was banned by school officials from walking across the stage to receive his diploma.
The New York Times, The Washington Post, CBS News, Los Angeles Times, and Time Magazine all reported Tuesday that eight-year-old Mili Hernandez was kicked off her soccer team because she had short hair and looked like a boy.
Risch: You may have taken it as a direction, but that’s not what he said.
“Okay, so again,” Risch said. “So the American people can understand this, that report by the New York Times was not true, is that a fair statement?”