At an event at the White House with the North Dakota State championship football team, Trump was asked if he plans to cooperate. Should they fail to do so, the panel will subpoena the documents, Judiciary staff told reporters on a call Monday morning.
She has promised MPs another vote on her deal by 12 March - and if that fails, she says MPs will get a vote on whether the United Kingdom should leave without a deal, and then, by 14 March, a vote on whether Brexit should be postponed for a short period.
South Wales Police were warning of "atrocious conditions" on the Gower on Sunday, while the Severn Bridge was closed westbound due to the high winds. Forecasters predict the storm will hit on Sunday afternoon and be severe enough to risk injuries and danger to life from flying debris and large waves.
Trudeau's longtime friend and former principal secretary Gerald Butts, whom Wilson-Raybould tagged as one of the sources of pressure on her, is scheduled to appear before the justice committee at 10 a.m. Both testified earlier at the committee but that was before Wilson-Raybould fingered Wernick as the person who allegedly issued veiled threats and suggested Drouin was a witness to some of the pressure tactics.
The lottery commission's statement gave no clue as to why the victor took his or her time to come forward. The KC Mart in Simpsonville will receive a US$50,000 prize for selling the claimed lucky ticket, and the state of SC stands to collect US$61 million in income taxes from the victor.
Knowing he has to win over the Hip-Hop community, today the Vermont Senator sat down with The Breakfast Club to talk politics, racism, and of course, Donald Trump . "I do think Elizabeth Warren's been hurt very badly with the Pocahontas trap", Trump said, once again using the same slur he has repeatedly been condemned for using to describe the MA senator over her efforts to prove that she has Native American heritage.