Trump says he will sign executive order over college free speech

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The special counsel team has been looking into possible crimes committed by the president or his associates, with a particular focus on whether or not they colluded with Russian interests during the presidential election of 2016.

Trump's former attorney and fixer Michael Cohen accused the president this past week of a multitude of misdeeds in a daylong public House committee hearing. But the Democrats didn't want to have come true. As argued in October past year, the newspaper The New York Times, he received from his father, engaged in real estate, at least $413 million for facilitating tax avoidance in the United States.

"We reject oppressive speech codes, censorship, political correctness and every other attempt by the hard left to stop people from challenging ridiculous and unsafe ideas", he said.

President Trump capped a tumultuous week by reveling in the embrace of conservative activists Saturday, deriding investigations of him, repeatedly complaining about coverage of his crowd sizes, and abruptly announcing an executive order to mandate protection of free speech on college campuses.

The committee interviewed Cohen in private on Thursday and will finish the interview this coming Wednesday.

"The Green New Deal, or whatever the hell they call it, I encourage it", Trump said with a note of sarcasm.

The University of California said the attacker, 28-year-old Zachary Greenberg, was arrested on March 1 and released on bail, according to Campus Reform.

Sometimes Trump overstated the value of his properties to make them appear more valuable and himself seem more wealthy, Cohen said.

The committee's jurisdiction touches on all parts of government. He also says Cohen lied to get a lighter sentence in NY.

The President did not offer any more details on the order. "We believe in the American dream - not in the socialist nightmare".

The suspect is then seen getting close to Williams' face and shouting profanities at him. William Barr has since been confirmed as attorney general.

Former Rep. Beto O'Rourke trailed far back in fourth place at 4.5 percent, while a pair of billionaires, former New York Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz were next in line. But for now, Neal is taking it slow.

Yes, Cohen said. When asked who could give the committee more information, he recommended Weisselberg, Lieberman and Calamari. He told the panel about Trump Organization personnel with knowledge of what Cohen alleged are criminal or questionable actions within the business. She said this past week that the bank is cooperating with requests for documents. "I don't think this is the party that wants moderation". Of course, we've all thought that before, throughout this administration, but at the very least being, you know, implicated in any kind of financial scheme, probably not going to bode well for your 2020 reelection chances. She has said Mulvaney may be called to testify.

"We made a lot of progress, " Trump said, noting a "very good meeting" and saying North Korea "has an incredible, brilliant future". "They hate our country", Trump said.

"Somebody would say, 'oh that's bad that he brings that up,"' Trump said.