Some Democrats, meanwhile, argued that the op-ed and Trump's response to it are proof that he is not fit to serve.
"If they have published an anonymous editorial that says that they are misrepresenting themselves, that they are essentially living a lie within this administration, and trying to frustrate and subvert the agenda of the president was elected to advance, that's an important issue", Pence said.
After the publication of the op-ed earlier this week, Trump questioned whether the New York Times was guilty of treason and called for the paper to turn the source over to the White House.
Vice-president Mike Pence says he is "100% confident" that none of his staff were behind an anonymous article that described Donald Trump as "amoral" and "erratic". I know their character.
"Does the so-called "Senior Administration Official" really exist, or is it just the Failing New York Times with another phony source?"
During a taped "Fox News Sunday" interview, Pence said: "I would agree to take it in a heartbeat and would submit to any review the administration wanted to do".
"I know their dedication and I am absolutely confident that no one on the Vice-President's staff had anything to do with this."
And that person should do the honorable thing, step forward and resign.
When asked if he participated in any of those conversations on Face the Nation, Pence replied: "No, never. President Trump is doing for the people of this country".
The president has condemned the paper for publishing the article, saying: "They don't like Donald Trump and I don't like them".
"What I see is a tough leader, a demanding leader, someone who gets all the options on the table", Mr Pence told Fox News. "But he makes the decisions, and that's why we've made the progress we've made". CBS host Margaret Brennan asked Pence.
He cited national security concerns as grounds for what would amount to an extraordinary criminal probe, should Attorney-General Jeff Sessions decide to pursue one.
Pence also said that he hasn't been asked for an interview by special counsel Robert Mueller as part of the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and added that he was willing to sit down with Mueller if asked.
President Donald Trump met at a summit in Singapore in June, another news agency, Interfax, reported, citing Matvienko. North Korea is in talks with the United States about a step-by-step execution of commitments reached when Kim and U.S.
Ciro Gomes, labor candidate, showed solidarity for his political opponent and repudiated "violence as political language". But Bolsonaro also faces trial before the Supreme Court for speech prosecutors claim incited hate and rape.
Syrian civil defense members search near a burned vehicle in Hass after an airstrike southern Idlib province on September 8, 2018. At a meeting in Tehran on Friday, the presidents of Russia, Iran and Turkey failed to agree on a cease-fire to halt the violence.
Hua said at her briefing that China would continue to adopt "necessary measures" to uphold its sovereignty and national security. China's the Foreign Ministry alleges Albion entered Chinese territorial waters around the Paracel Islands without permission.
That storm, Tropical Storm Ike, produced four to six inches of rain over two-thirds of IL , which led to flash flooding. The additional lift created by the low pressure will aid in more widespread rain and increase the rainfall rates.
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Del Potro was looking at having to become the first man since Pancho Gonales in 1949 to win the U.S. title from two sets down. It will be Djokovic's second back-to-back final after winning the Wimbledon in July after returning from injury.
Police earlier characterized it as an "active shooter/officer involved shooting incident" in a tweet , but did not elaborate. A police officer comforts a woman outside UCMC ER following an active shooter situation in downtown Cincinnati .
The Celtics acknowledged in a statement that they were "aware of the incident" involving Bird and are "taking it very seriously". Boston police say Bird is facing charges including assault and battery, strangulation and kidnapping.
Storm surge and hurricane watches may be issued Tuesday morning for portions of southeastern USA states, the NHC said. He also provided helpful pre- and post-storm tips to keep in mind to help keep you and your family safe.
Sunday's parade came just days after a high-level South Korean delegation had returned from a meeting with Kim in Pyongyang. The parade held in Kim Il-Sung Square focused more on conventional weapons instead, such as tanks and rocket launchers.
Rafael Nadal defeats Dominic Thiem in US Open quarter-final
If ever there was a reminder that fans should appreciate the game's largest figures while they can, Tuesday night at the U.S. The world number one was remarkably bageled in the opening set, but recovered to win 0-6, 6-4, 7-5, 6-7 (4), 7-6 (5).
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