Giuliani also said the president's legal team planned to challenge any potential subpoena from Mueller's office as harassment or as unnecessary because the White House has turned over more than a million documents and several witnesses.
One of the demonstrators, Eleanor Crossey Malone, said she took action "in defiance of the extremely outdated, medieval, anti-choice laws that exist in Northern Ireland". It comes as the DUP warned Theresa May, Britain's prime minister, not to "endanger" its confidence-and-supply arrangement over the issue. Ms Crossey Malone added: "Women every day in Northern Ireland are using these pills - as long as we don't talk about it, as long as we act like it is a secret, politicians are not under ...
At the talks in Beijing this weekend, "the two sides had good exchanges of views on implementing the consensus reached in Washington, particularly in the areas of agriculture and energy", Xinhua reported. The Trump administration may soon fine ZTE as much as $1.7 billion as it looks to punish and tighten control over the firm before allowing it back into business, people familiar with the matter told Reuters .
Mr Mattis said Beijing was intimidating and coercing others in the region by putting weapons systems on manmade islands. The comments came on the heels of a string of events that highlight tension between the world's two biggest economies over the South China Sea's disputed waters .
On the verge of tears, the premier said that the Liberals wouldn't be able to form the government after the election and that she wasn't going to pretend it wasn't hard. Because, as I've said many times before - it's not about me. The tough political leader, who has held power since 2013, struggled successfully to control her emotions, saying she is "okay" with losing power.
A cellphone video shows the auto driving around the infield before taking off into leftfield. Onlookers screamed at the driver to stop, but instead she plowed through a gate and hit a 68-year-old man in the parking lot. "During these interviews, Parkhurst admitted to consuming alcohol prior to driving through the City of Fulton on October 31, 1968", read a statement from the Fulton Police Department, quoted by Oswego County Today .