New York, April 11 (AIWA! NO!) The US attorney-general said yesterday that he believed intelligence officials spied on the Trump election campaign and vowed to investigate those behind the surveillance.
William Barr said he wanted to find out about the “genesis and conduct” of the FBI investigation which led to the inquiry by Robert Mueller, the special counsel, into Russian meddling.
President Trump on Saturday suggested that he was speaking sarcastically when he said in the run-up to the 2016 election that he hoped Russia found Hillary Clinton’s deleted emails.
Trump’s remark at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) prompted a chant of “Lock her up” from attendees at the event in National Harbor, Md., just outside Washington.
“The question of the Russian interference and the possibility of collusion by the president and his people has twisted our … More
During an MSNBC panel discussion on Donald Trump’s close relationship with Russia — that also delved into the GOP going along with the president — a former Defense Department official pointed out that Russia is likely unnerved at special counsel Robert Mueller’s success at linking them to the Trump campaign.
Speaking with AM Joy host Joy Reid, former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Russia, Ukraine, and Eurasia Evelyn Farkas said the Kremlin is watching the investigation revelations with great concern.
|TELEGRAPH REPORTERS|AIWA! NO!|Saturday Night Live poked fun at Theresa May’s difficult week, David Cameron and Brexit in a sketch performed by series regular Kate McKinnon and guest star Matt Damon, last night.
The skit, titled “Happy Christmas, Britain!” opens with the Prime Minister demonstrating her famous dance moves, flanked by four dancing policemen, before opening her speech with: “What a dreadful week it’s been. My Brexit deal is falling apart, I almost got voted out and no one in the world likes me at all. But it’s still Christmas so let’s try to have some cheer tonight, shall we?”