President Trump's statement on Justice Department official Bruce Ohr came as more than a dozen former senior U.S. intelligence officials signed a letter sharply criticizing Trump for what they call his “ill-considered” decision to revoke former CIA director John Brennan’s security clearance.
In morning tweets, the president, without evidence, said the city had unreasonably inflated the price.
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The former first couple, Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter, walk with Secret Service after dinner at a friend's home in Plains, Ga.
The former first couple, Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter, walk with Secret Service after dinner at a friend's home in Plains, Ga.
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Wilbur Ross’s failure to divest created potential for violation and undermined public confidence, Office of Government Ethics says.
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Next month, the reclusive country will celebrate the 70th anniversary of the founding of the country, officially known as the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.
“It’s very sad what they’ve done” to him," President Trump said as jurors began their second day of deliberating whether Paul Manafort is guilty of tax- and bank-fraud crimes.
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