House Democrats want McGahn to testify before Congress, but Mr. Trump has indicated that the White House would try to block the former counsel's appearance, saying McGahn has testified for enough time before the special counsel. Flood's request to McGahn was not the first overture by the administration in pursuit of such a statement, according to The New York Times . Burck also concluded that there was no reason for McGahn as a witness to weigh in.
On Wednesday, the court accused three others of the same crimes. The opposition, led by Mr Guaido, said it doesn't back this decision. Members of the Bolivarian National Guard who joined Venezuelan opposition leader and self-proclaimed acting president Juan Guaido fire into the air to repel forces loyal to President Nicolas Maduro who arrived to disperse a demonstration near La Carlota military base in Caracas on 30 April 2019.
The Norwich City School District posted the video to its Facebook page to pay tribute to Call's reactions as well as warn other students to be more careful. 'Samantha did an outstanding job, ' NCSD Transportation Supervisor William Loomis said in the post. The New York State Legislature has come to an agreement on putting cameras on school bus stop sign arms.
Two people familiar with the subpoena tell The Associated Press that lawmakers want to ask the younger Trump about his 2017 testimony regarding its probe into Russian election interference. Burr's committee had renewed interest in talking to Trump Jr. after Trump's former lawyer, Michael Cohen, testified earlier this year. Because that will be consistent with the Mueller investigation.
And House Armed Services Committee Chairman Adam Smith (D-Wash.) told Shanahan during a panel hearing in March that the Pentagon would likely lose the reprogramming authority if it moved forward with the $1 billion funding transfer. As NBC News reported , Congress was notified of the Pentagon's plan to shift the funds on Friday. Patrick Leahy of Vermont, Dick Durbin of Illinois, Jack Reed of Rhode Island, Brian Schatz of Hawaii, Tom Udall of New Mexico, Patty Murray of Washington, ...
Hong Kong is trying to enact changes to its extradition law, that would allow people accused of a crime, including foreigners, to be extradited from the city to countries without formal extradition agreements, including mainland China. "We laughed at Taiwan's legislature in the past, but Hong Kong's is even worse", she told reporters. Even Hong Kong's normally conservative business community has expressed opposition.