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Some Republicans express concern over Comey firing, call for special prosecutor
It's been two days since President Donald Trump fired FBI director James Comey, the leading figure in the intelligence community’s investigation into possible ties between the Trump campaign and Russia. In the immediate aftermath, Democrats roundly condemned the firing while Republicans were split
Sally Yates and James Clapper testimony: What you need to know
Former acting AG Sally Yates and former DNI James Clapper testified before the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime and Terrorism about Russian interference in 2016 election.
After Syria strikes, Trump officials seem to send mixed signals on Assad
In the wake of President Trump'a ordering missile strikes against a Syrian air base, senior U.S. officials appear to be sending mixed signals on the administration’s stance toward Syrian President Bashar al-Assad . Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on ABC's "This Week" Sunday that there was "no
Schiff: Trump's calling news 'fake' should set off 'alarm bells'
The top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee said he disagrees with panel chairman Devin Nunes ' characterization of intelligence documents he saw at the White House as pointing to potential “incidental surveillance” of President Trump and his team during the transition. "I can't go into
Kellyanne Conway Defends White House's Credibility: We Have 'High Regard' for Facts
Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway defended the White House's credibility on CNN Tuesday after she came under fire last week for referring to a Bowling Green "massacre” or "attack" that never actually happened. “Let me just say we have a very high respect for the truth and I can only speak
NC Gov. Pat McCrory Would Relegate Caitlyn Jenner to the Men's Room
Caitlyn Jenner will be required to use the men’s room at public facilities in North Carolina if she ever visits the Tar Heel State, Gov. Pat McCrory said. McCrory made the remark Tuesday night when responding to a question at the state’s gubernatorial debate, in which Democratic challenger Roy
Maureen Dowd: Donald Trump’s ‘Ego Arithmetic Hasn’t Changed’
Maureen Dowd has covered Donald Trump for more than a decade as a columnist for The New York Times. She told ABC News that the Republican presidential nominee's “ego arithmetic hasn’t changed," meaning that "he would donate to candidates of both parties and basically it was like what would benefit
Do Moderators Have An Obligation To Call Out Candidates' Lies During A Debate?
A few weeks away from the first presidential debate and is questionable back. How much the moderator is again talents chomping Clinton on the claims they've made on the campaign trapped. Now that goes back a little bit to what we're talking about and in the question is isn't there a jobs as
Sen. John McCain's Primary Challenger Says He's Too Old to Be Re-Elected
John McCain 's primary challenger has once again declared that the Arizona senator -- who turns 80 on Monday -- is too old to be re-elected. "John McCain has fallen down on the job," Dr. Kelli Ward, a former state senator, told MSNBC's Chuck Todd during an interview Thursday. "He's gotten weak.
Roger Ailes Advising Trump on Debates, But No Formal Campaign Role, Sources Say
Former Fox News Chairman Roger Ailes is advising Donald Trump on his debate preparation, but does not have a formal role in the campaign, sources told ABC News. The two men, who are longtime friends, speak on the phone, and sources indicated that Trump goes to Ailes for advice on debates. Campaign