Veselnitskaya says she had gone to the Trump Tower meeting to lobby against it. Veselnitskaya also told Bloomberg that she would be happy to travel to the U.S.to be interviewed by the Senate Judiciary Committee, but only if her answers are made public-a condition the Senate hasn't agreed to yet.
The House Intelligence Committee Monday night released a 243-page transcript of his lengthy appearance behind closed doors with its Russian Federation probe. "It was an idea", Page said, adding that it would have been similar to then-candidate Barack Obama's speech in Germany in 2008. That Page's recommendation for Trump to go to Russia came in addition to the efforts by George Papadopoulos, another foreign policy adviser, to secure a Trump-Russia meeting was merely a coincidence, Page told ...
Our essential brief on culture, the news, and more. Chris Adcock , the chief finance officer of the Queen's estate, told the BBC that it was unaware of some of the companies in which the money was invested, adding, "Our investment strategy is based on advice and recommendation from our investment consultants and appropriate asset allocation".
Delgado. In its wake, the U.S. granted Nicaraguans and Hondurans a Temporary Protected Status (TPS), meaning they were sheltered from deportation and allowed to get things like jobs and insurance. They are still here because the people who willingly accepted our temporary offer, their advocates, and their governments have abused our generosity and managed to get the program extended far beyond any reasonable definition of temporary.
As soon as she found out about the affair the woman created a ruckus and the couple who were travelling to Bali for a family vacation with their child were deplaned at Chennai . The woman, who was allegedly inebriated, got into a heated altercation with her husband. The pilot diverted the flight to Chennai , where the family was de-boarded.
The head of the London-based media foundation that employed Zaghari-Ratcliffe welcomed Johnson's actions and urged him to meet with her in jail. The Iranian judiciary cited Johnson's remarks as evidence that she had lied about what she was doing in the country, the newspaper said.