Jared Kushner's team turned over documents to special counsel in Russian Federation investigation
Nov 03, 2017, 00:26
Mueller's investigators have been interested in Kushner, who is also a White House senior adviser, as part of their probe into Russian meddling in the 2016 election, with particular interest in Comey's firing, according to CNN.
Support for impeachment has flared at the fringes of Democrats in Congress, but Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi have tamped down talk of impeachment proceedings as premature while special counsel Robert Mueller continues his investigation. The focus on the Comey firing goes to a larger question about the involvement in possible obstruction of justice in the Russian Federation investigation.
The president also didn't disagree when longtime adviser Roger Stone also pointed a finger at Kushner.
When the subject of Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump came up, Schweizer was less than impressed. Emails showed that Trump Jr. was promised dirt on soon-to-be Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, though it was unclear if that material ever was provided during that meeting.
Kushner has denied any wrongdoing or improper communications with Russian Federation during the 2016 campaign. Kushner didn't convince him to fire Comey, he was dying to fire Comey. The White House declined to comment.
Still, three advisers, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss internal dynamics, said reports of a shellshocked team had been overstated, although some conceded that word that Sam Clovis, an early aide on Trump's team, had been interviewed by Mueller's team had caught some advisers off guard. White House sources say it was the President alone who made that decision after watching Comey's congressional testimony May 3.
Kushner, whose appointment as a top White House employee prompted criticism owing to his close ties with the Trump family, has been regarded as one of the most influential aides of the POTUS, in fact, he could be more influential than the POTUS himself. Some people close to the White House believe it simply reflected a political neophyte wanting to get rid of a presidential enemy without understanding the ramifications, or a son-in-law trying to please his father-in-law and boss. Bannon has been offering Trump possible strategies for how to push back against Mueller's tireless investigation.
The indictment against deputy campaign manager Rick Gates, left, came as no surprise to the administration, Trump said. Both pleaded not guilty.
Trump said there was no mention of him in the charges against former campaign manager Paul Manafort, pictured leaving a federal court in Washington on Monday.
The report revealed that other witnesses have been questioned about Kushner specifically, sources told CNN.
Trump, meanwhile, has reacted to the deteriorating situation by lashing out on Twitter and venting in private to friends.
The acknowledgment came as Tesla reported third-quarter revenue of $2.98 billion, up 29.9% from a year earlier. On average, analysts anticipate that Tesla will post ($6.70) earnings per share for the current fiscal year.
The article even suggests Marvel TV is no longer able to sell to outside companies, but Marvel TV is said to deny that. When Marvel realized this, they asked for the series back, as they meant to premiere it next year.
With plenty of points to be won and lost, the title race is still very much on and Arsenal will be confident of bridging the gap. Defensively, Arsenal have improved since Shkodran Mustafi joined the club in the summer but there is still room for improvement.
His denial hasn't deterred Bellamar. "I've known Jeremy Piven for a very long time", Krupa told reporters. "Truth is truth. A rep for Piven issued a stern denial on behalf of the Entourage star late Tuesday in response to Bellamar's allegations.
Heavyweight Rio Tinto Ltd closed at an over six-year high, while its rival, BHP Billiton Ltd closed at a 7-week high. As transactions move to digital channels - and this is driven by our customers - we will need fewer people.
Dave Grohl was the guest host of Jimmy Kimmel Live this Tuesday (October 31), and took to the Halloween theme with aplomb. In the same episode, Grohl also interviewed fellow rocker Alice Cooper - appropriate, given that it was Halloween.
Governor on every issue, Chief Justice Misra said that it can only do do on which legislature (Delhi assembly) can enact laws. He added that even when there were differences between the L-G and state government, "the L-G can not be sitting on a file".
Dozens of shoppers and employees dropped to the ground and rushed to escape as police cruisers and ambulances raced to the scene. The Walmart remained closed as of Thursday morning, Thornton Mayor Heidi Williams said. "This is a very heinous act", he said.
Once Samsung starts seeding the beta software to the members of the program, the update should arrive over-the-air to the devices. The community forums on the U.S. website for Samsung have been up at arms about the Note 8 with baseband version N950USQU1AQI5.
Beal-then 19 years old- was working in the bar when Spacey allegedly followed him outside during a cigarette break. And that it was "more common to find Spacey at the bar of his theater, cornering whoever caught his attention".
The apartment is in a residential area along the Odakyu Odawara Line, about 600 meters from Sobudai-mae Station. Police made the grisly find after investigating the disappearance of a 23-year-old woman earlier this month.
But he has said he would not seek asylum and would return to Spain "immediately" if guaranteed a fair judicial process. Should the leaders not respond to this, they can indeed be jailed pending trial and considered a flight risk.
Champions League: Four teams who have disappointed so far
The Spanish outfit sits third in Group E after three games - three points adrift of AS Roma and five back of Chelsea . However, the Champions League may not be so easy to forecast once the tournament gets to the knockout stages.
Saudi-led Air Strike Kills 21 People in Yemen
As many as 29 civilians have been killed and several others injured as Saudi warplanes dropped bombs on Yemen's extreme northwest. An airstrike conducted by the Saudi-led coalition on a hotel in Yemen's northern Saadah province has killed 21 people.
Australia to ban climbing Uluru from 2019
The board can also close the climb if it believes people will continue to visit the sacred site without being able to climb. According to the board, only 16 per cent of visitors to the national park climbed Uluru from 2011 to 2015.