"The investigation the F.B.I. opened into Mr. Trump also had a criminal aspect, which has always been publicly known: whether his firing of Mr. Comey constituted obstruction of justice".
President Trump will not answer any more questions from special counsel Robert Mueller, Reuters reported recently. Giuliani told The Hill that the Trump legal team should be able to correct the Mueller report if there are any mistakes. Earlier on Friday, Giuliani sounded a little less confident, requesting that the Trump administration get the opportunity to "correct" the final Mueller report: "As a matter of fairness, they should show it to you - so we can correct it if they're wrong. They could be wrong", he told The Hill.
The Times reported that USA counterintelligence investigators were concerned that the president's actions were a possible threat to national security. The FBI's counterintelligence division handles national security matters. In an interview with Reuters, Giuliani said Mueller raised the possibility of follow-up questions but that the president's outside legal team told the special counsel before Christmas that Trump would not respond. But the president's activities before and after Comey's firing in May 2017, particularly twoinstances in which Trump tied the Comey dismissal to the Russian Federation investigation, helped prompt the counterintelligence aspect of the inquiry, the people said. While a potential obstruction of justice charge has already been reported, the detail of Trump as a target of counterintelligence is being made public for the first time.
Court documents submitted by Paul Manafort's lawyers accidentally revealed that, while serving as Trump campaign chairman, Manafort handed over internal campaign polling data to Konstantin V. Kilimnik, a Russian businessman linked to the GRU intelligence agency GRU.
"The question is, was this in return for a promise of something from the Russians, and did the candidate, now the president, know about it?" he asked, before adding that it "would be "a conspiracy" even if the Trump campaign never received anything of value from the Russians. "Campaigns leak polling data all the time", Giuliani said, before decrying the focus on the investigation as a "joke" and "total mockery" that "only happens because 75 percent of the press hates Trump".
Another was wheeled on a gurney in obvious distress, wailing loudly enough to be heard on an overpass above. Ottawa Hospital's trauma center said it had received nine patients "in critical condition" from the crash.
Sadly, the mac and cheese tub is sold out online at the moment, but as soon as Costco re-stocks you can buy one for your bunker. I have made it a couple of different ways . "Honestly, I was expecting something that tasted terrible ".
La dirigeante a mis en garde dimanche sur la BBC contre les conséquences imprévisibles que pourrait avoir un rejet de l'accord. Les députés britanniques voteront le 15 janvier sur l'accord de Brexit , a déclaré mardi un porte-parole de Downing Street.
The skiers encountered trouble this week 7,200 feet above seal level, in the Pass of Anterne as snow conditions worsened. The video shows the pilot balancing the helicopter with the blades still turning to allow a rescuer to climb out.
As per the tweet by Elon Must, 'Starship test vehicle under assembly will look similar to this illustration when finished. SpaceX is on the verge of launching a prototype of the spacecraft that could one day carry humans to the moon and Mars.
He said donors will be given a choice to either receive a refund or have their contributions transferred to the new organization. - GoFundMe will refund more than $20 million in donations in an online effort to build President Donald Trump's border wall.
Speculation about her future took on renewed fervor this week after she missed oral arguments for the first time in 25 years. The Supreme Court said at the time she underwent a "pulmonary lobectomy" resulting in the removal of two malignant nodules.
Democrats say the wall project, which carries a total price tag of more than $20 billion, is expensive, ineffective and immoral. We want to encourage talented and highly skilled people to pursue career options in the U.S", he tweeted.
World Bank begins selection process for new president
Developing nations also have been increasing the pressure on the institutions to name a leader from an emerging market country. The directors also set the deadline for the submission of nominations starting from "February 7 by 9 A.M.
Retailers slash iPhone prices after Apple sales warning
Apart from the camera and a faster processor, we are likely going to see Apple debut some AR features with the devices as well. But in a recent interview with CNBC , Apple CEO Tim Cook disagrees with the idea that the iPhone XR has been a flop.