They've repeatedly used the texts to attack Mueller's investigation into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation. Johnson's committee took particular aim at one September 2, 2016, exchange in which Page - on the day the FBI released documents about the then-closed Clinton email investigation - told Strzok that President Barack Obama "wants to know everything we are doing".
The deal has some cuts to offset about $100 billion of the additional spending. White House legislative affairs director Marc Short said the deal would raise spending by "just shy" of $300 billion. The agreement also funds disaster relief, infrastructure and programmes addressing opioid abuse, the Senate leaders said. "Without that commitment from Speaker Ryan, comparable to the commitment from Leader McConnell, this package does not have my support nor does it have the support of a ...
Israeli authorities plan to build thousands of homes for Jewish-only settlements in E1, which would effectively divide the West Bank and make the creation of a contiguous Palestinian state - as envisaged by the two-state solution to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict - nearly impossible.
The officer had responded to a disturbance call Wednesday and found one person who had been shot. Officers, in the meantime, gathered at Medical City Plano, where the officer was taken, according to Fox 4 News . Texas Gov. Greg Abbott tweeted his sympathy, saying "the hearts and soul of Texas mourn" for the fallen officer. "When the officers got out here, we had one victim that was down", Perlich said.
In the last few relations have been largely defined by North Korea's six tests of nuclear weapons, its development of long-range missiles capable of striking targets thousands of miles away, and its continual threats to strike the United States and South Korea with nuclear weapons and conventional forces.
The move by Schmidt, a conservative, effectively allowed the extension in glyphosate use within the European Union, despite opposition from France and from the centre-left Social Democrats (SPD) in Germany's current government coalition. The powerful finance ministry has been handed to the country's main centre-left party, the Social Democrats, in an agreement aimed at ending months of political gridlock.