Showing posts with label Donald Trump. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Donald Trump. Show all posts

Thursday, 18 May 2017

Previous FBI boss Robert Mueller designated to test Trump-Russia ties

Washington: The US Department of Justice has designated previous FBI boss as extraordinary advice to administer the examination of charged Russian endeavors to influence the 2016 decision for the US President Donald Trump.

The arrangement was reported by Deputy Attorney General Rod J Rosenstein, who has specialist over the Russia test because of the choice of Attorney General Jeff Sessions` choice to recuse himself as a result of his part in the Trump battle.

"My choice is not a finding that violations have been conferred or that any indictment is justified. I have made no such assurance," Rosenstein said.

"What I have decided is that in view of the exceptional conditions, the general population premium obliges me to place this examination under the specialist of a man who practices a level of autonomy from the ordinary hierarchy of leadership," he said.

Rosenstein is one of only a handful couple of senior figures in the Trump organization to appreciate the certainty of both Republican and Democratic officials.

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Tuesday, 16 May 2017

Donald Trump cautions removed FBI boss not to hole to media, debilitates "tapes"

WASHINGTON: US President Donald Trump cautioned removed FBI Director James Comey on Friday against conversing with the media, proposing there may be tapes of discussions between the two men that could repudiate his record.

The notice seemed to recommend that if Comey gave his adaptation of occasions, the organization may create tapes of discussions to counter that, despite the fact that it was not clear if such tapes exist.

His subtle provocation was probably going to add to the tempest bothering Washington over Trump's unexpected terminating of Comey on Tuesday.

Faultfinders have pounced upon Trump for terminating the FBI boss when the organization is exploring claimed Russian intruding in the 2016 U.S. decision, and conceivable agreement amongst Moscow and the Trump presidential crusade.

Trump said in his concise articulation in regards to terminating Comey on Tuesday that the FBI boss had revealed to him three times that he was not under scrutiny in the Russia test. In a meeting on Thursday with NBC News, the president said Comey gave him this confirmation amid a supper and in two telephone discussions.

Comey has not freely examined any discussions he has had with Trump.

The man who assumed control as acting FBI executive, Andrew McCabe, avoided a question amid a Senate hearing on Thursday on whether he at any point heard Comey reveal to Trump that the president was not the subject of examination.

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Monday, 23 January 2017

alysis: One new presidency gives rise to two divergent grass-roots movements

In his inaugural address, President Trump bragged that he was leading "a historic movement the likes of which the world has never seen before." Turns out he helped spawn two of them.

On Friday, a legion of Americans cheered Trump as a refreshingly pugnacious leader elected with a promise to shake the regular order in a country they say has gotten off on the wrong track. On Saturday, a multitude of Americans demonstrated against the new president for policies and rhetoric they see as misogynist and dangerous.

Elections are by definition divisive, of course, and Trump takes control of the White House at a time politics have become increasingly polarized. But historians struggle to cite a precedent for a new president who is both beneficiary and target of such powerful and rising grass-roots movements.

At stake are clashing visions of America on everything from the role of women and the impact of immigration to how the United States should engage with the world.

"It's hard for anyone to say when we're at a pivotal point, but I think these may be seismic shifts," Timothy Naftali, an historian at New York University and the founding director of the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum, said in an interview. "We thought there was an era of new politics because of the role Trump played in the Republican Party, but the new politics may not just be of the right. We may be seeing a new politics in the center and the left."