James Comey says the "Spygate" conspiracy accusations leveled by President Trump are made up. Chief of Staff John Kelly and lawyer Emmet Flood - attended a portion of the meetings, though the White House later said, in a statement, that Kelly and Flood only made "brief remarks before the meetings started to relay the President's desire for as much openness as possible under the law". The source, Stefan A. Halper, a former University of Cambridge professor and veteran of past GOP administrations, had contact with three advisers to the campaign when Trump was running for president to discuss foreign policy.
"And: "'Trump should be happy that the Federal Bureau of Investigation was SPYING on his campaign'" No, James Clapper, I am not happy.
"Really from the beginning of his presidency, President Trump has not observed the time-honored norm that's been in place at least since Watergate that there should be a real division between the Department of Justice and the White House", said Yates, who was sacked by Trump in January 2017 for refusing to defend the administration's travel ban.
"Clapper has now admitted that there was Spying in my campaign".
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Neymar has not played since suffering an ankle and foot injury, one which saw him miss the end of the Ligue 1 season. Guardiola quit Barcelona in 2012 after steering the club to 14 trophies in four seasons.
"Starting to look like one of the biggest political scandals in USA history", Trump tweeted Thursday.
He said earlier on "The View" that they were "spying" on the Russians' activity, and Trump should be happy about that. "SPYGATE - a bad thing!"
Trump's embattled attorney and fixer - who is under federal investigation for a range of potential crimes, including campaign finance violations related to his Stormy Daniels payout - apparently met with a Kremlin-connected oligarch shortly before the inauguration, the New York Times reported Friday.
The IG is expanding the existing investigation into the Russian Federation collusion probe by examining whether there was improper, politically motivated surveillance of a Republican candidate by the Obama-led Justice Department. They are Greg Andres, Rush Atkinson, Ryan Dickey, Michael Dreeben, Kyle Freeny, Andrew Goldstein, Adam Jed, Elizabeth Prelogar, James Quarles, Jeannie Rhee, Brandon Van Grack, Andrew Weissmann and Aaron Zelinsky.
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They found "42 foil-wrapped packages containing 73 pounds of cocaine and 44 pounds of an unknown powder suspected to be fentanyl". The most potent narcotic known, fentanyl is a man-made opioid and a pain reliever usually used for terminally-ill patients.
"If SpyGate is effectively sold, then half the country will be of the mind that the Mueller report is the product of a flawed investigation, even though that is unsupported by the facts", he said. In the past, Nunes has refused to sit for briefings with Schiff.
An investigation by special prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald into the disclosure of onetime Central Intelligence Agency operative Valerie Plame shook the George W. Bush White House.
Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., vice chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, said the separate briefing "demonstrates that their interest is not in informing Congress, but in undermining an ongoing criminal investigation".
Nunes has been quiet about what exactly he hopes to learn about the informant, saying only that his request is part of an oversight investigation into potential political bias and abuse of power within the Justice Department as it relates to the Russian Federation investigation.
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The Saints' first preseason game is still more than two months away, so there is still time to decide how to handle the issue. To make a demonstration of disrespect on the field is for the protesting player's team to incur a fine from the league.