Fox News Flash top headlines for November 9 are here. Haley told CBS News anchor Norah O'Donnell. "I don't know what you would impeach him on", Haley told CBS in an interview released late Friday. It's of interest to House Democrats leading the inquiry.
"When you look at the transcript, there's nothing in that transcript that warrants the death penalty for the president", she said, referring to a summary of a callPresident Trump had in July with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
Democrats have countered that the president abused his oath of office by seeking to involve foreign nations in United States domestic politics, and point to testimony from several witnesses who have said there was a quid pro quo surrounding Trump's dealings with Ukraine.
President Donald Trump said he will release the transcript of another phone call with the president of Ukraine "probably" on Tuesday. There are still things that are missing from it. According to the news network, Haley also noted she believes the nation's 45th president will not be removed from office.
Donald Trump lawsuit against NY over tax returns is dismissed
Judge Carl Nichols ruled that the case mostly involves NY state law, so his Washington , DC, court isn't the place to consider it. Trump argued that any request made for his state tax returns under the TRUST Act, would violate the First Amendment of the U.S.
The former Trump administration official underscored that the argument for impeachment is weakened by the fact that although the White House asked the Ukrainian government to look into the business dealings of Hunter Biden, son of former Vice President Joe Biden, the inquiry never occurred. "I mean, when you look at those, there's just nothing impeachable there".
"And more than that, I think the biggest thing that bothers me is the American people should decide this", she added. "Why [do] we have a bunch of people in Congress making this decision?" the former governor of SC said.
Congress has been conducting closed-door interviews with several witnesses in order to determine whether Trump initially withheld congressionally approved military aid for Ukraine as a form of leverage to force Zelensky to launch the probe against Biden, who is a Democratic 2020 presidential candidate, and, therefore, Trump's political rival.
Lawmakers believed that veterans of World War II and the Korean Conflict deserved their own day of remembrance. A patriotic musical prelude provided by the Indiana National Guard's 38th Division Band begins at 10:30 a.m.
Sajak clarified that the third letter she asked for was "D", and she initially said it was "B" before clarifying it was a "D". The Post reached out to Wheel of Fortune for comment but didn't get an immediate response.
Jimmy Carter has been hospitalized after the former president experienced bleeding on his brain as a result of his recent falls . Former US President Jimmy Carter , 95, has been admitted to hospital in Atlanta for a procedure to relieve brain pressure.
This explains why both American and Southwest on Friday took the MAX out of their flight schedules until early March. The company completed step one of five toward getting the aircraft back in the skies last week.
Neither doctors nor patients were informed of the initiative, dubbed "Project Nightingale", according to the report . The data is compiled into a complete health history that is connected to a patient's name and date of birth.
Amazon has integrated its service and technology into Whole Foods, the grocery chain it acquired two years ago. Much of its success in that area can be attributed to the proximity of its stores to its customer base.
Bob Bromage says an investigation is ongoing. "Our priority has always been and remains the safety and welfare of our clients. He stated that he found three bags of marijuana in a Cup of tea, but did not understand what it is - a drug.
For example, an account that starts creating white supremacist content can certainly be deemed as "no longer commercially viable". It appears in the "Account Suspension & Termination" section under the "Terminations by YouTube for Service Changes" subheader.
Raheem Sterling out of England qualifier after 'disturbance'
As a result, Gomez has not, been punished, but Sterling will sit out the game on Thursday, despite apologising for the incident. Sterling has become a key player for England in the past year after being criticised for his displays at the 2018 World Cup.
LSU remains 1st in the AP Polls following win over Alabama
Overall, the game drew in an average of 16.636 million viewers, peaking at 20.610 million viewers from 6 p.m.to 6:15 p.m. By Sunday afternoon, they dropped down to No. 9 as a handful of teams, including Minnesota, jumped in front of them.
Knicks president angling for David Fizdale firing
They have not played up to standard or expectation this season, and the shortcomings fall on the roster and its construction. Even though they averted disaster in Dallas, the Knicks are in a full-blown crisis and we're just 10 games into the season.
Woody Allen, Amazon Studios settle breach of contract lawsuit
Woody Allen has reached a settlement with Amazon Studios in his $ 68 million (£53 million) lawsuit over an abandoned film deal. Amazon shelved the liberate of " A Rainy Day in New York " in 2018, after which cancelled a deal for three extra movies.
WeWork reportedly in talks to hire T-Mobile exec as new CEO
SoftBank spent $10 billion to take over WeWork last month and appointed Sprint chairman Marcelo Claure as chairman of WeWork. Both companies agreed to sell parts of each business to Dish , the pay-TV operator, to secure approval for the merger.