The Washington Post reported last week that Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who is running the federal investigation into the Trump campaign's potential Russian Federation ties, was now focusing on Trump himself for obstruction of justice over the firing of FBI Director James Comey. Meanwhile, the Congressional committees handling the Russian Federation probe have asked the administration to show any evidence and Comey himself as said he hopes there are tapes. "It's that simple. The president is not under investigation".
Gingrich said he had lost confidence in Mueller because he is a friend of Comey, and said too many members of Mueller's investigative team have ties to Democrats.
"I think the president is going to address that in the week ahead", Sekulow explained.
A lawyer for President Donald Trump said he is not under investigation, even though the president himself said he was. "How stunning is that to you, that the president of the United States disputes the evidence of 17 intelligence agencies in this country?"
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Now, the council has come up with another major decision of allowing students above 25 years of age to apply for NEET 2018 . However, Supreme Court had passed a judgment that students above 25 would be allowed to appear for this examination.
If there is an obstruction case against the President, one of the chief claims would be that Rosenstein's memo was a ruse orchestrated to shift attention away from the real reason for the Comey firing: the president's opposition to the FBI's investigation of whether Trump campaign aides colluded with the Russians to influence the presidential election campaign.
Rosenstein, in an appearance before Congress on Tuesday, declined to answer a question about his memo recommending Comey's firing by saying it could be part of the special counsel's investigation.
During an interview with Fox News host Chris Wallace, Sekulow defended Trump's decision to fire FBI Director James Comey. He said Trump's statement on Twitter Friday was specifically in response to a story in The Washington Post about the expanding probe into Russia's election meddling.
The feds "never formally advise someone they're under investigation", Simon said, adding: "It usually becomes apparent when they start issuing subpoenas".
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He expressed surprise that the party which won 67 out of 70 seats was unable to get a space for an office. When asked why he held meeting sitting on the ground, Vishwas said, "I have always sat on the ground".
The president suggested on Twitter that he may have taped conversations.
The Senate intelligence committee is in the early stages of its probe and is looking at whether anyone involved in the campaign shared information with the Russians, said Senator Angus King of ME, an independent who caucuses with Democrats. King said the "collusion, the cooperation aspect of the investigation is not over".
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Curry hopped and shouted as he gave high-fives to the crowd after getting off a double-decker bus during the Thursday parade. It will start at 10 a.m.at Broadway and 11th Street, wind through downtown streets and end with a procession to the Henry J.