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Trump appears to become own 'leaker' with tweet about Russia probe
19 Junio 2017, 03:44 | Dolorita Barahona
"I'm growing increasingly concerned that the president will attempt to fire not only Robert Mueller, the special counsel investigating possible obstruction of justice, but also Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein who appointedMueller".
"Evidently the White House is considering firing Mueller".
The memo identifies several Trump officials and advisers whose records are of particular interest in the probe.
The President complained the probe was unfair and wondered why his defeated Democratic opponent was not getting the same scrutiny.
Mr Trump is unlikely to face criminal prosecution as a sitting president, but obstruction of justice could be grounds for impeachment.
The U.S. television network ABC, citing unnamed sources, reported that Rosenstein had informed Associate Attorney General Rachel Brand that he may have to recuse himself from the Russian Federation investigations as well, because of his memo to Trump about Comey.
ABC News reported Friday that sources within the Department of Justice said Rosenstein had acknowleged that he could have to recuse himself in a meeting with colleagues.
United States intelligence agencies have concluded that Moscow interfered in last year's presidential campaign to try to tilt the vote in Trump's favour.
But Republicans also worry that Mr. Trump is giving Mueller more material to investigate all the time.
"As you and I have discussed, however, I can not defend the Director's handling of the conclusion of the investigation of Secretary Clinton's emails, and I do not understand his refusal to accept the almost universal judgment that he was mistaken".
Wind howling as final round at Erin Hills gets under way
It had been a tightly packed leaderboard throughout the third day with six or seven players regularly holding that top spot. The course had been softened by rain earlier in the week, and it finally played the way the USGA wanted in the final round.
Russia says Trump is using 'Cold War rhetoric' on Cuba
Trump is leaving in place most of the important elements of Obama's moves to open relations with the island. Indeed, last week, the US Senate voted overwhelmingly to support new sanctions against Russian Federation .
Portugal goal against Mexico annulled after video review
The duo scored goals in the same match three other times - World Cup qualifiers against Hungary , Andorra and the Faroe Islands. Portugal has won six of its last seven games, with the only setback coming in a 3-2 loss against Sweden in a friendly in March.
GOP Shooter Had List of House Republicans' Names
Hodgkinson says her husband prepared for his trip to Washington by selling everything he owned from his home-inspection business. Harlan Hill, a New York-based political consultant and Trump supporter, said no one should blame Sanders personally.
Kane silences Scotland's celebration with late leveller
In the marines, they are life and death situations and we took as much as we could from the game and stood up to be counted. But one lapse of concentration has cost us in the end and instead of getting three points we got one .
Trunk slammers: Top three miss US Open cut
Miller first saw Erin Hills last summer and watched enough coverage this week to detect something he couldn't recall from his era. Open and the first time he has made the cut. "If you're not hitting it well, it's still hard to hit it under par, " Thomas said.
Kite looks back on windy final round at Pebble
The 30-year old Harman fired six birdies and just one bogey, only his second dropped shot of the week in an impressive round. Open but still surrendered the third-round lead to fellow American Brian Harman on a helter-skelter Saturday at Erin Hills.
India Will Definitely Lift The Title, Say BSF Jawans
Only two weeks ago, India and Pakistan met in Birmingham, producing the sort of contest that has now become familiar. Pakistan's run to the final has once again led to many comments about their notorious "unpredictability".