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President Trump spares turkey in second pardon of administration
President Donald Trump on Tuesday made his first pardons since wiping Sheriff Joe Arpaio ’s contempt of court conviction in August. One pardonee, referred to as "Drumstick" by the White House, is a heavy-set, white male with a wingspan of about five feet. A gorgeous gobbler of the species Meleagris
Trump has 'crossed the line a number of times': Preet Bharara
Former U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara, former Whitewater Independent Counsel Ken Starr, and ABC News' Chief Legal Analyst Dan Abrams discuss the latest developments in the Mueller Russia investigation.
Top House Intelligence member ‘can’t comment’ if Trump under investigation in Russia probe
The House Intelligence Committee's top Democratic member said he "can't answer" whether President Donald Trump is under investigation in special counsel Robert Mueller 's Russia probe. "I can't answer that one way or the other," Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff of California told ABC News Chief Anchor
Attorney General Jeff Sessions says he has not been interviewed by special counsel in Russia probe
Attorney General Jeff Sessions told the Senate Judiciary Committee Wednesday that he has not be interviewed by Special Counsel Robert Mueller in relation to the ongoing investigation into Russian interference into last year's presidential election. Sessions hesitated when pressed by Sen. Patrick
Attorney general questioned about Trump's pardon of Sheriff Joe Arpaio
Jeff Sessions said, "This pardon, I think, was well within the power of the president to do."
The Note: With Trump, the dream might be over for DACA recipients
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW TODAY President Trump heads back to Texas a second time Saturday to be “out with the families” impacted by Hurricane Harvey , Vice President Mike Pence told ABC News’ Jonathan Karl – right after the vice president did just that on Thursday. In the balance: The White House said
ANALYSIS: Post-Harvey, Trump eschews typical presidential optics for Trumpism
Squint and it almost seemed like a traditional president doing what’s typically done after disaster strikes. President Trump was meeting with those grappling with a storm’s impact, praising the efforts and coordination of local officials, and promising quick rebuilding for the people of the
The Note: Will Trump's tax push be on the money?
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW TODAY Back to business : President Trump travels to Missouri to jump-start his legislative agenda, with a "tax reform event" at a manufacturing facility. " This is the way to do it." In his first trip to Texas since the storm, Trump thanked first responders and remained
Freedom Caucus chair: Border funding can wait to avoid shutdown
The chair of the influential House Freedom Caucus said that he and many of his group's members want to avert a government shutdown this fall, even if no money is included for a proposed U.S.-Mexico border wall -- a position seemingly at odds with that of President Donald Trump. "In talking to a
President Trump, first lady prepare to visit Texas
President Trump and Melania Trump will survey the massive relief effort for Harvey as federal disaster assistance continues to flow to Texas.