President Donald Trump reacts to James Comey's memos
The president claims vindication after the Department of Justice released former FBI Director James Comey's memos.
The former FBI director told ABC News' George Stephanopoulos he was "struck" that the president never called out the Russian leader as an enemy in public or private.
ABC News' Jonathan Karl reports from Palm Beach where President Trump is preparing to welcome Shinzo Abe at his Mar-a-Lago resort.
Comey tells ABC News' George Stephanopoulos that the president said to him, "I expect loyalty, I need loyalty" during a private, one-on-one dinner at the White House.
Comey tells ABC News' George Stephanopoulos he became uncomfortable when his boss, then Attorney General Loretta Lynch, asked him to describe the Clinton email investigation as a "matter."
Bashar al-Assad told a group of Russian lawmakers that the airstrikes on his country were accompanied by a campaign of "lies and misinformation" against Syria, Russia in the U.N. Security Council.
The airstrikes, targeting and destroying three chemical weapons facilities, were ordered in response to another suspected chemical attack in Syria.
"Today Britain, France and the U.S. have taken a stand against brutality in Syria," Trump said.
President Trump announced the attack, in cooperation with France and the U.K., on multiple targets in Syria.
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