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Sessions: DOJ regulations mandated my recusal from Trump-Russia probe

WASHINGTON – Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Department of Justice regulations designed to prevent the appearance of a conflict of interest mandated his recusal from the Department’s Trump-Russia probe. “I recused myself not because of any assertive wrongdoing or any belief that I […]

Sessions: DOJ regulations mandated my recusal from Trump-Russia probe

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WASHINGTON – Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Department of Justice regulations designed to prevent the appearance of a conflict of interest mandated his recusal from the Department’s Trump-Russia probe. “I recused myself not because of any assertive wrongdoing or any belief that I […]

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Sessions: Reports of third Kislyak meeting are false

WASHINGTON- Attorney General Jeff Sessions said reports suggesting he had a third meeting with Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak are false. “I did not have any private meetings nor do I recall

Ryan to President Trump: ‘Let Robert Mueller do his job’

WASHINGTON- House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) said President Donald Trump should not interfere with Independent Counsel Robert Mueller’s Trump-Russia probe. “I think the best case for the President is to

Sessions will testify openly before Senate Intel Committee on Tuesday

Update: Attorney General Sessions will testify in open session before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence tomorrow at 2:30 p.m., according to a joint statement released late-Monday morning by Chairman Richard Burr (R-N.C.)

Kushner expected to be interviewed by Senate Intelligence Committee staff

WASHINGTON- President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and close confidante Jared Kushner within the next month is expected to speak with Senate Select Committee on Intelligence staff members, according to sources

Comey: Flynn was in legal jeopardy when asked by Trump to close probe

WASHINGTON- Fired FBI Director James Comey said former White House National Security Adviser Michael Flynn was in legal jeopardy at the time President Donald Trump asked him to halt

Pelosi takes issue with Nunes’ involvement with Russia probe

WASHINGTON- House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) has not fully recused himself from the committee’s Russia probe. “If he (Nunes) recused

House Intelligence Committee issues 7 subpoenas in Russia probe

WASHINGTON- The House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence has issued seven subpoenas whose recipients include former White House National Security Adviser Michael Flynn and President Donald Trump’s personal business

Clinton blames Comey, Russia, WikiLeaks, media, DNC for election loss

WASHINGTON- Former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said she is not the reason she lost the White House to President Donald Trump, but instead put the blame on nearly

Flynn will provide some subpoenaed records to Senate Intel Committee

WASHINGTON- Former White House National Security Adviser Michael Flynn has agreed to hand over some of the subpoenaed records requested by the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence pursuant to

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