President Donald Trump regrets choosing Jeff Sessions as his attorney general, he told The New York Times on Wednesday. Trump said. "If he would have recused himself before the job, I would have said, 'Thanks, Jeff, but I'm not going to take you.' It's extremely unfair - and that's a mild word - to the president".
Asked at a press conference if he plans to resign, Sessions replied: "I have the honor of serving as attorney general".
The panel has been investigating one of the participants at the Trump Jr. meeting, Russian-American lobbyist and former Soviet military officer Rinat Akhmetshin, as part of its probe into the law.
If Trump doesn't want the special prosecutor to look at his family's finances, my advice to the special prosecutor is you probably need to go ahead and look at the Trump family finances.
As a senator from Alabama, Sessions was an early supporter of Trump's campaign and was influential in the development of the campaign's aggressive immigration policies. Trump said he did not see why that would be the case.
Earlier in the segment, Behar condemned the president over his previous statements about Sen. The filing asks the panel to determine the responsibility of the U.S. for human rights violations against foreign workers in Hawaii's longline fishing fleet.
"Did you actually have a one-on-one with Comey then?"
At his swearing-in as attorney general, Jeff Sessions probably didn't know the president would soon tell the New York Times he was furious at him for doing his job.
Also, a lawyer for Trump's powerful son-in-law and adviser said Jared Kushner will speak to the Senate intelligence committee Monday. Something is going to be found from this investigation folks.
The two-step operation was "psychological warfare", said Nicolas Christin, a darknet expert at Carnegie Mellon University. "The extent of Trump's ties to the Russian mafia-and the degree to which he relied on them for his entire business model-is striking", says Eric Bates, editor of the New Republic. He's become the tangerine who cried HOAX!
Still, it seems improbable that the White House lunch will change the calculus in the Senate, where McConnell has failed repeatedly to come up with a bill that can satisfy both conservatives and moderates in his party.
Trump has called the Russia investigation a "witch hunt". About a third of that sum went to Trump in the form of a licensing fee, according to Forbes magazine. "And what we've seen in the past is initially there is quite a bit of turmoil for like a week or two weeks and then things cool down and people move to other marketplaces that haven't been taken down". This charge has been disputed by legal experts, who say that the information Comey exposed was not classified and he was a private citizen when he revealed it.
Democrats have seized on Trump's relationship with the bank.
"I don't think we're under investigation", Trump said.
Rosenstein said the 2015 policy had a chilling effect on seizures by local law enforcement.
"I am ready to clarify the situation behind the mass hysteria, but only through lawyers or testifying in the Senate", Veselnitskaya said in an interview broadcast Wednesday on Kremlin-funded RT television.