In this May 10, 2018 photo, Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, R-Wis., meets with reporters during his weekly news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington.
Ryan's comment was the most recent from Democratic and Republican politicians warning the president not to halt or stifle the Mueller investigation. "This is about Russian Federation and what they did and making sure they don't do it again", Ryan, R-Wis., told reporters, in comments excoriating federal law enforcement agencies for not being more forthcoming with documents that lawmakers had requested until Ryan personally intervened. He went on to concede that although he does not know the "technical" answer to the question of whether a president can self-pardon, Trump "obviously" shouldn't do so. Branding the effort "spygate" on Twitter, Trump said it was "starting to look like one of the biggest political scandals in USA history".
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On May 24, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and FBI Director Christopher Wray led a team which disclosed documents and delivered a briefing concerning what has come to be known as "Spygate" to House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-CA) and House Oversight and Government Reform Chairman Trey Gowdy (R-SC). On Tuesday, Democratic members of the Gang of Eight sent a letter to the top officials at the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Justice Department seeking assurances that neither the president nor any members of his staff or legal team had or would be briefed on the classified information pertaining to the FBI's confidential informant, "outside of an appropriate judicial proceeding". "The briefing is expected on Monday or Tuesday, depending on members' schedules", the Justice official said.
Dobbs then launched into a tirade against Ryan, asking why Republicans don't say, "Mr".
No court has ruled on whether a president can pardon himself, though the Department of Justice wrote in a 1974 opinion, days before former President Richard Nixon resigned in disgrace, that the president "cannot pardon himself". That echoed a House intelligence committee report released earlier this year.
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Democrats made similar comments immediately after the briefing. "The Department and Federal Bureau of Investigation take congressional inquiries seriously and believe that the documents provided next week will be valuable to the Gang of Eight".
Gaetz expressed frustration over Ryan's comments earlier Wednesday that he agreed with Rep. Nevertheless, Ryan made clear that he doesn't believe Trump should pardon himself. A source briefed on the meeting said the materials were brought to last month's briefing but were left on the table untouched. Yes", Giuliani said. "Is he going to do it? No. "We are not going to budge". We're waiting for some more document requests.
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Rashford now wants England to head to Russian Federation with the belief that they can spring a surprise during the World Cup . Henderson, meanwhile, told media on Friday he was happy to play in a more advanced role, if that's what Southgate wished.