Trump tries to spin Justice Department documents outlining Carter Page’s Russian Federation contacts
In a statement , she said: "Despite President Trump's repeated claims , these documents provide clear evidence of "Russia's co-ordination with Carter Page ", a high-ranking Trump campaign official, "to undermine and improperly and illegally influence the 2016 USA presidential election".
Officials are expecting to issue a press release in the coming hours, according to police. Toronto police have confirmed that the shooter is dead and that there are fatalities. There is a heavy police presence at the scene and a large swath of the area has been blocked off as emergency crews respond to the situation. Six victims have been transported to trauma centres, 1 to a pediatric trauma centre and two to local hospitals while an unconfirmed number of people are being treated at the ...
Daniel Coats, The US National Intelligence Director, previously advised President Trump against holding a private meeting with President Putin during the Helsinki summit, and appeared to reveal his concern surrounding a potential official visit by the Russian leader.
CCTV footage of the incident shows Drejka confronting the victim's girlfriend about their vehicle being parked in a handicapped parking spot without a permit. The man who shot McGlockton does not now face any charges, but Gualtieri is referring the case to the State Attorney's Office, so he's not completely off the hook yet.
Reuters reported on Sunday that high-ranking Iranian government officials are concerned that Trump may be contemplating an invasion of their country - a move which National Security Advisor John Bolton has advocated in the past. In a May 21 speech, Pompeo laid out a list of 12 demands from Iran that included a halt to its enrichment activities and an end to its support for armed groups such as the Lebanese Hizballah.
Unlike many other news organizations, we have not put up a paywall. Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats said Thursday he had yet to be briefed on the private session. The U.S. Senate rebuked the president for not outright rejecting the proposal, overwhelmingly passing a non-binding resolution against allowing Russian Federation to question U.S.