Republicans urge Trump on tapes; Sessions to testify Tues
WASHINGTON (AP) — Fellow Republicans pressed President Donald Trump on Sunday to come clean about whether he has tapes of private conversations with former FBI Director James Comey and provide them to Congress if he does — or possibly face a subpoena, as a Senate investigation into collusion with Russia or obstruction of justice extended to a Trump Cabinet member.
12 May, 2017 Sean Spicer refuses to deny that Trump is taping White House visitors White House press secretary Sean Spicer repeatedly refused on Friday to deny that Donald Trump is secretly taping visitors. At the daily White House press briefing, Spicer did not answer repeated questions about Trump’s tweet threatening former FBI director James Comey. The […]
9 June, 2017 What we learned from Comey's testimony Former FBI director James Comey rocked Washington Thursday in testimony before Congress on alleged efforts by President Donald Trump to influence the investigation into Russia's meddling in the 2016 election. The key issue before the Senate Intelligen...