The president has fired or threatened nearly a dozen current and former officials connected to the investigation he labels a “rigged witch hunt.” This week he stripped former CIA director John Brennan of his security clearance and announced others were under review.
The head of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops also plans to seek a wider Vatican investigation of abuse allegations against Theodore McCarrick, a former Washington archbishop, who resigned from the College of Cardinals last month amid allegations that he abused seminarians and minors.
Jurors began deliberations Thursday in the trial of President Trump’s onetime campaign chairman Paul Manafort, who faces 18 counts of bank fraud and lying — and the prospect of spending the rest of his life in prison. The jury will resume deliberations Friday.
The scarcity of the emergency medicines, which prevent people with serious allergies from going into anaphylactic shock, means families will have to go from pharmacy to pharmacy hoping to get lucky, or rely on expired doses.
Campaign aide Lara Trump, the president’s daughter-in-law, can be heard discussing salary and other aspects of a campaign job with Manigault Newman and makes clear that she expects her to be positive about the president.
Advocates of the changes hope to eliminate the most vicious head-on collisions by forcing blockers to turn and run alongside defenders, and encouraging the use of faster players, who tend to be smaller.
The revocation of former CIA director John Brennan’s security clearance Wednesday and the threats to do the same for nine other current and former officials who have run afoul of the president, effectively more than doubled his enemies list.