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White House circulates timeline of Comey Firing

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The White House Press Office offered the press a timeline on the events leading up to the firing of FBI Director James Comey. We’ll print it as presented to avoid the insinuation of filtering or bias. The President, over the last several months, lost confidence in Director Comey. After watching Director Comeys testimony last Wednesday, the President was strongly inclined ...

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Rosenstein Memo makes case to fire Comey [Full Text]

Democrats have spoken publicly of their inability to understand the reasoning behind the firing of FBI Director James Comey. But the case for Comey’s dismissal is clearly made in a memo from Deputy Director Rod Rosenstein. Director Comey’s decision to publicly release details of a criminal probe are at the center of Rosenstein’s critical memo. “I cannot defend the Director’s ...

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Press Briefing 05/10/17 with Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Sanders [Video and Transcript]

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Sarah Huckabee Sanders will brief the media on the issues and events of the day. The briefing is scheduled for 1:30 pm eastern time but often starts 10-20 minutes late. The likely topics of discussion are: Firing of FBI Director James Comey South Korean President Moon Jae-in The President’s meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov Troops deployment to Afghanistan Michael ...

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Trust lost: Trump Fires FBI Director James Comey

James Comey testifies before Senate Judiciary Committee 05-03-17

President Trump fired FBI Director James Comey, press secretary Sean Spicer announced in a statement Tuesday evening. “Today, President Donald J. Trump informed FBI Director James Comey that he has been terminated and removed from office,” Spicer said in the statement. “President Trump acted based on the clear recommendations of both Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and Attorney General Jeff ...

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President Donald Trump’s schedule today – May 10th, 2017

White House South Portico

President Donald Trump’s schedule is becoming less transparent by the day. Wednesday’s schedule contained one publicly-available agenda item at publication. Additional items were added as information was received. The president will meet the Russian Foreign Affairs Minister and former in the morning. President Trump’s schedule for Wednesday, 5/10/17 10:30 AM Meet with the Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov – Oval Office ...

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Did Trump just create a new Twitter feature?

Tweets are fleeting things unless you’re President Donald Trump. The president found a new way to sort of pin a tweet. He took a tweet about former Director Clapper and the Russian collusion store and quoted over a picture of his administration and then made that his profile picture. The original tweet was posted at 6:41 pm Monday. Director Clapper ...

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The Latest: What’s Bill O’Reilly Up To Now?

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After being let go by Fox News in April, Bill O’Reilly is using the internet and a series of live shows to stay relevant. But Fox isn’t making it easy on him. Bill O’Reilly has released “No Spin News” podcasts almost daily on his subscription-only website BillOReilly.com. CLICK: Keep up with the latest Bill O’Reilly News HERE Mr. O’Reilly has also ...

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Watch: Press Briefing 5/09/17 with Press Secretary Sean Spicer [Video and Transcript]

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White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer briefs the media on events and issues of the day. The briefing is scheduled to start at 1:30 pm eastern time, but the secretary is often 10-20 minutes late. Topics likely to be discussed: Sally Yates testimony from yesterday Fourth Circuit hearing on travel order North Korea Live Stream of the White House Press ...

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President Donald Trump’s Schedule Today – May 9th, 2017

Tuesday’s schedule is the lightest weekday schedule we’ve seen for the president. This will likely lead to multiple additions throughout the day tomorrow so check back often. President Trump will meet with his national security advisor. He will then take his daily presidential briefing provided by the intelligence community. The president’s entire late morning to end of day schedule is ...

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Full Hearing: Sally Yates testifies before Senate subcommittee investigating Russia ties to the election

Sally Yates Senate Hearing 5-08-17

The highly anticipated hearing — it is Yates’s first appearance on Capitol Hill since her firing in January — is expected to fill in key details in the chain of events that led to the ouster of Michael Flynn, President Donald Trump’s first national security adviser, in the early weeks of the administration.

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Appeals court to review Trump’s revised travel order

Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals

President Trump’s revised executive order, commonly referred to as the travel ban, will be reviewed by a federal appeals court on Monday afternoon. The case, International Refugee Assistance v Trump, is centered on a battle between presidential authority and the rights of foreigners to travel to the United States. The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals in Virginia will decide if ...

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Former Obama Appointee to Testify Monday on Russia and Flynn

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Sally Yates will testify Monday in front of a Senate committee. The former Obama deputy attorney general will be grilled on her understanding of Russian interference in the 2016 election and her knowledge of Michael Flynn’s interactions with Russian officials. Yates and Director of National Intelligence James Clapper will both testify in Monday’s hearing. WATCH: Sally Yates testifies before Senate ...

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