Syrian-Americans living in Houston are closely watching to see whether President Donald Trump's war of words with Russia over an alleged chemical attack in Syria will turn into a U.S. missile strike against the war-torn country.
"I have agreed with the historically cooperative, disciplined approach that we have engaged in with Robert Mueller (Unlike the Clintons!)". Prepare yourself Russia, because they'll be coming, nice and new and 'clever!
Trump hunkered down at the White House, cancelling a first trip to Latin America that was due to start Friday and stewing on a move that could throw America into a constitutional crisis.
Five people familiar with the president's views say the raid of attorney Michael Cohen's records left the president more angry than advisers had seen him in weeks.
Prior to her reported employment at Tesla, Veitch served as the VP of Government Relations for CSRA Inc.
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Sanders stressed that despite the president's tweets Wednesday morning, he has not yet laid out his plan, or final decision.
The Russian Reconciliation Center for Syria on Sunday categorically refuted the reports of a chemical weapons attack in Duma.
The House speaker has a good excuse, Jordan Klepper deadpanned on The Opposition.
"To Iran and Russia I ask, what kind of nation wants to be associated with the mass murder of innocent men, women and children?"
By "Gas Killing Animal", Trump was referring to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. He says it is "Very calm and calculated". Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, allegedly had an affair with the president around the time his youngest son, Barron Trump, was born. According to Veitch's LinkedIn profile, she "managed the President's relationships with nearly 100 Members of Congress - both Democrats and Republicans, members of leadership, and Chairs and Ranking Members of committees - and represented his interests to legislative leaders". I can't see the future, as nice as that might be.
Sanders said that Russia needed to "make some changes to their behavior".
Trump is reacting to Comey's new book, which compares the president to an unethical mob boss who demands loyalty and twists facts to serve his purpose.