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The plan is to prevent borrowers from taking out too many federal loans to the point where the debt becomes unmanageable, which the government argues will reduce college tuition rates. What A Shot! Sound off on the message board. Outline Index Category Portal. The fighting began with skirmishes between rival militias in and lasted until January , when the last Portuguese garrisons and naval units surrendered or left the country. The goal is to force migrant parents to choose between splitting from their children or remaining together indefinitely in detention while awaiting court proceedings.
Nielsen told Trump that federal court orders prohibited the Department of Homeland Security from reinstating the policy. Trump reportedly wanted families separated even if they came through a legal port of entry and were legal asylum seekers. Trump also wanted families separated if they were apprehended within the U. McAleenan has not ruled out family separation as an option. Separately, Trump was reportedly "ranting and raving, saying border security was his issue" two weeks ago.
Nielsen proposed an alternative plan that would slow down entries at legal ports, to which Trump responded: The preliminary injunction is nationwide and will go into effect on April 12th. Migrants named in the lawsuit will be allowed into the U.
Nielsen ordered that the policy be expanded last week. Five days ago, Trump said he "could not be happier with Secret Service" following an incident at Mar-a-Lago, where a Chinese woman illegally entered the club carrying Chinese passports and a flash drive containing malware.
The malware found on Yujing Zhang's thumb drive began to install onto an agent's computer, who described it as "very out of the ordinary" when conducting a criminal analysis. Prosecutors urged the judge to keep her in custody, saying she's a flight risk with no ties to the U. Under the new proposal, the release of tax information would only happen after efforts to obtain federal tax information through the Treasury Department had failed.
The move comes as the Trump administration has signaled that it will resist the House Ways and Means Committee request to turn over six years of Trump's federal business and personal tax returns by April 10th. Mick Mulvaney, meanwhile, promised that Democrats will "never" see Trump's tax returns.
Trump designated Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps a foreign terrorist organization in an effort to increase economic and political pressure on the Islamic regime in Tehran. It's the first time the U. A New York man threatened to kill Rep. Ilhan Omar because of her Muslim faith. Patrick Carlineo Jr. I'll put a bullet in her expletive skull.
Trump mocked Omar hours after police charged a man for threatening to assault and murder her. Speaking to the Republican Jewish Coalition, Trump ran through a list of Republican lawmakers supportive of Israel, adding: Oh, I forgot.
She doesn't like Israel.
I forgot. I'm so sorry. Nunes did not reveal who he is planning to refer, but he did say that five of the referrals are related to lying to Congress, misleading Congress, and leaking classified information.
Nunes said the remaining three referrals are related to allegations of lying to the court that approves surveillance warrants, manipulating intelligence, and a "global leak referral," which is not aimed at any single person. Administration officials suggested that the Obama-era decision, which deemed Cuba's baseball league to be separate from the Cuban government, would subject the players to "human trafficking" by the Cuban government, making them "pawns of the Cuba dictatorship.
White House aides reportedly insisted that the confirmation of Michael Desmond was more important than the tax cuts and the nomination of William Barr as attorney general. Trump told McConnell on February 5th that he was worried Desmond would withdraw his nomination if the Senate didn't act soon. Desmond was confirmed two weeks later. Cohen is asking that they persuade the Southern District of New York to reduce or delay his 3-year prison sentence to allow him to review the files he was "only recently able to access" on a hard drive.
A page memo by Cohen's legal team outlines evidence they describe as "Trump's involvement in a conspiracy to collude with Russian government intervention in his favor during the presidential campaign" and "other felony crimes committed by Trump before and after he became president. Three weeks later, Barr met the officials for lunch and was then nominated to serve as Trump's attorney general about six months later. Barr concluded there was "not sufficient" evidence in Mueller's report to establish that Trump had committed obstruction of justice after consulting with Engel and Rod Rosenstein.
The Guardian. Trump withdrew his nominee to lead ICE, saying he wants to go in a "tougher direction. Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson said the shared information led to targeted investigations of guests with Latino-sounding names.
A third federal judge ruled against the Trump administration's addition of a citizenship question to the Census. The ruling, like two earlier ones, will likely be appealed to the Supreme Court. New Mexico became the 14th state to pledge its electoral votes to the winner of the popular vote in future presidential elections.
The states, however, will not adopt the new vote allocations until their combined electoral votes equal Members of the special counsel team told associates they believe their findings are potentially more damaging for Trump than Barr explained, and are frustrated that Barr did not adequately portray their work. The team had also prepared summaries for different sections of their page report, which Barr did not use. Lawyers and FBI agents on Mueller's team reportedly could not reach an agreement about whether Trump's conduct amounted to obstruction of justice, but Barr, after consulting with Rod Rosenstein, went ahead and cleared Trump.
The bill now heads to Trump, who is expected to veto it — his second veto as president — and Congress lacks the votes to override him. The White House claimed the resolution raises "serious constitutional concerns. The National Rifle Association opposed the bill and said it'd be "scoring" how lawmakers vote on the bill to measure future ratings and endorsements in elections.
Trump backed down from his threat to close the southern border. Instead, he gave Mexico a "one-year warning" and threatened to impose car tariffs before closing the border "if the drugs don't stop. Jared Kushner was among one of the 25 White House officials whose security clearance was initially denied but later overturned. A whistleblower in the White House's personnel security office said she and another career employee determined that Kushner had too many "significant disqualifying factors" to receive a clearance.
Washington Post. Cain ran for the GOP president nomination, but dropped out after sexual harassment allegations. Cain also co-founded a pro-Trump super-political action committee, America Fighting Back PAC, which claims that "America is under attack" and "we must protect Donald Trump and his agenda from impeachment. Trump's nominee to lead the Interior Department continued lobbying clients for several months after vowing to end his lobbying activities.
In November , David Bernhardt filed a legal notice formally ending his status as a lobbyist, but continued his work until as late as April After the New Zealand mosque massacre last month, Trump said he didn't consider white nationalism to be a rising global threat. In a letter to the IRS, the chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee cited a little known provision in the IRS tax code that grants tax-writing committees in Congress the power to request tax information on any individual.
Chairman Richard Neal requested Trump's personal tax returns from to , giving the agency until April 10 to comply. Trump claimed his returns are being audited by the IRS and that he would "not be inclined to" turn anything over to Congress. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin previously told the Ways and Means committee that he would protect Trump's privacy if members of Congress requested his tax returns.
Elijah Cummings said Mazars USA "told us that they will provide the information pretty much when they have a subpoena. And we'll get them a subpoena. Chairman Jerry Nadler said he would not immediately issue the subpoena, but will first negotiate with Attorney General William Barr for the full report and documents.
Barr promised to give Congress a redacted version of Mueller's findings by mid-April.
Democrats, however, have said that redactions are unacceptable, "because it is our job, not the Attorney General's, to determine whether or not President Trump has abused his office. Adam Schiff suggested that it is "inevitable" that Mueller will testify before Congress.
The House Intelligence chairman added that his committee has "a statutory requirement that the Intelligence Community, FBI, brief us on any significant counterintelligence or intelligence activity.
And it's hard to imagine something that rises more to that level than this investigation. More than half of the House Judiciary Committee's 81 targets in its obstruction of justice and corruption investigation have declined to produce documents.
The deadline to produce documents was March 18th. Trump went on to single out congressional Democrats who are trying to obtain Mueller's report, tweeting that "There is no amount of testimony or document production that can satisfy Jerry Nadler or Shifty Adam Schiff.
It is now time to focus exclusively on properly running our great Country! Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, a former adviser to Melania Trump, served as a producer and a vendor for the inauguration. In February, federal prosecutors issued a subpoena to the inaugural committee for documents about donors, finances and activities.
Prosecutors have been investigating whether foreigners illegally funneled donations through Trump's inaugural committee and a pro-Trump super PAC in hopes of buying influence over American policy.
Trump's inauguration committee overpaid to use event spaces at the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D. Tax law prohibits nonprofits from paying inflated prices to entities that are owned by people who also control the nonprofit. The firm was created in December — 45 days before the inauguration. At least 14 major contributors to Trump's inaugural committee were later nominated to become ambassadors despite not having diplomatic experience.
In a non-binding resolution that passed to , the House called the Justice Department's advocacy for abolishing the ACA "an unacceptable assault" on Americans' health care. Mitch McConnell triggered the "nuclear option" to unilaterally reduce debate time on most of Trump's nominees. Under the new rule, debate time on the Senate floor for lower-level administration nominees will be cut to two hours from 30 hours.
Democrats charged McConnell with hypocrisy, citing his refusal to hold a hearing for Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland and the numerous other lower court nominees he blocked in the final two years of Obama's presidency.
Wilbur Ross declined a second invitation to testify about Trump's budget request , claiming his scheduled appearance before a House Appropriations subcommittee would be a distraction from the budget discussion. Separately, Democrats on the House Oversight Committee voted to subpoena documents related to Ross' decision to add a citizenship question to the Census. A group of states are suing the Trump administration over changes it made to school lunch nutrition standards , arguing that the changes go against nutrition requirements put in place by Congress.
ABC News. Trump claimed that "the noise" from windmills "causes cancer. Some might be wondering why I'm not covering Joe Biden's attempt at addressing allegations by four women that he touched them in inappropriate ways, and his claim that he will be "more mindful and respectful of people's personal space. However, this story falls outside the scope and mandate of this publication, which is to log the daily shock and awe of the current administration.
I generally only cover the people and events outside of that charge when they intersect with the administration in some substantial way Trump, for example, making fun of Biden for the allegations does not meet the definition of "substantial," FYI.
In a string of morning tweets, Trump promised that the "vote will be taken right after" the election "when Republicans hold the Senate and win back the House. He called the unwritten Republican proposal "truly great HealthCare that will work for America," while promising to unveil the plan "at the appropriate time. Mitch McConnell, meanwhile, said he had "a good conversation" with Trump and "made it clear to him we were not going to be doing [health care] in the Senate.
Senators took test votes on two competing measures: Republicans rejected a recovery bill passed by the House, citing Trump's opposition to the bill's Puerto Rico funding. Trump has been pressuring Democrats to support a disaster relief measure that does not include the money they want for Puerto Rico.
The House Oversight and Reform Committee voted to subpoena the former White House personnel security director accused of overturning security clearances after a whistleblower complained that the Trump administration ignored national security concerns to approve clearances for 25 individuals whose applications were initially denied. Carl Kline will now be forced testify before the panel about his role in approving security clearances. The House Oversight Committee also voted to subpoena Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross for records related to the Commerce Department's decision to add a citizenship question to the census.
Ross testified before the committee in March, denying the citizenship question was intended to influence the allocation of congressional seats across the country. A Chinese woman was charged with making false statements to the Secret Service after entering Mar-a-Lago with a thumb drive that contained "malicious software.
Zhang told a receptionist she was there to attend an event which did not exist , presenting documentation written in Chinese she claimed was her invitation to the event. After Secret Service agents were notified, Zhang claimed she was there to "go to the pool. The Department of Homeland Security quietly disbanded its domestic terrorism unit last year , saying that the threat of "homegrown violent extremism and domestic terrorism," including the threat from white supremacists, has been "significantly reduced.
Daily Beast. Trump claimed for the third time that his father was born in Germany. Not Germany. Tricia Newbold, a whistleblower working in the White House Personnel Security Office, told the House Oversight and Reform Committee that she warned her superiors that clearances "were not always adjudicated in the best interest of national security.
Newbold claims she was retaliated against for declining to issue security clearances, including being suspended without pay for 14 days. Attorney General William Barr pledged to release a redacted version of the report by mid-April. Chairman Jerry Nadler, however, wants the "full and complete report," which spans nearly pages, as well as underlying evidence. The Supreme Court is expected to rule on whether Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross' decision to add the citizenship question violated federal law by June.
Democrats called the move "short-sighted and flawed," "reckless," and "counterproductive" to reducing the flow of migrants to the U. Trump repeated his threat to close the U.
Nearly half of all imported U. American would run out of avocados in three weeks if imports from Mexico were stopped. Mother Jones. Barrett's past academic writings suggest an openness to overturning Roe v. Senate Republicans were caught off guard last week by Trump's declaration that the Republican Party "will soon be known as the party of health care.
White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney guaranteed that Americans would not lose their health insurance coverage if the Affordable Care Act was declared unconstitutional. Mulvaney promised that a replacement plan for the ACA would include protections more than 60 million Americans with pre-existing conditions. USA Today. More than , people would likely lose their food stamps under a new proposal by the Trump administration to encourage able-bodied adults to get a job. The administration wants to stop food stamps after three months for able-bodied adults without dependents who don't work, volunteer or get job training for at least 20 hours a week.
A federal judge declared that Trump's order to open oil and gas drilling in the Arctic and Atlantic oceans is illegal. The decision puts million acres of federal waters off limits to energy exploration.
A Connecticut woman accused Joe Biden of inappropriately touching her at a political fundraiser in The accusation comes three days after a former Nevada state lawmaker accused Biden of an "awkward kiss" at a campaign rally when she was the state's Democratic nominee for lieutenant governor in A group of Senate Democrats will introduce a constitutional amendment to abolish the Electoral College this week.
Trump has made at least 9, false or misleading claims since taking office. In a letter to the chairmen of the House and Senate judiciary committees, Barr noted that the report is "nearly pages long" and the Justice Department needs to redact sensitive portions of it, including secret grand jury testimony, classified materials and information about other ongoing federal investigations.
Barr added that the White House would not see the report before he sent it to Congress. Barr offered to testify after the report is released, suggesting May 1 for the Senate committee and May 2 for the House committee. Trump held his first campaign rally since Mueller wrapped up his investigation into Russian interference into the election , which he claimed to be his "complete and total exoneration.
The media bosses. Bad people. The crowd responded with chants of "Lock them up! According to the CIA assessment of Khashoggi's murder, Khalid bin Salman encouraged Khashoggi to visit the embassy to retrieve required documents for his marriage. Mitch McConnell and Senate Republicans are planning to change Senate rules in order to speed up the confirmation of most of Trump's nominees.
A Senate resolution, approved by the Senate Rules Committee in February, would cut the time allotted for floor debate on from 30 hours to two hours for all nominations except for Cabinet choices, nominees for the Supreme Court and appellate courts and some independent boards.
A Trump appointee directed millions of dollars in government contracts to Republican communications consultants during her time as administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
Some of the deals Seema Verma managed were approved over the objections of agency staffers, who were concerned that she was spending federal funding on GOP consultants to amplify coverage of her own work.
Trump's nominee to serve as third in command at the Justice Department has withdrawn herself from consideration , following opposition from conservative senators who had concerns that U. Attorney Jessie Liu would not be strong enough in opposing abortion rights. Barr reportedly got into a "shouting match" with Utah Republican Sen.
Mike Lee, a key leader opposing Liu's bid. Trump claimed he had "overridden" proposed cuts and "authorized a funding of the Special Olympics" after Betsy DeVos spent three days defending her plan to eliminate funding for the program. The White House can make budget recommendations to Congress, but can't actually implement cuts.
Democrats have demanded that Barr make the full report and "all of the underlying evidence" public. Nancy Pelosi called Barr's summary "condescending" and "arrogant. Democrats are expected to subpoena the Justice Department for the full report if Barr misses the deadline.
Barr also suggested that it will likely take weeks to redact the report. House Judiciary Committee chairman, Jerry Nadler, said Barr "wouldn't commit" to releasing the report to Congress without redactions, but did agree to testify to the committee "reasonably soon. Trump accused Schiff of having "spent two years knowingly and unlawfully lying and leaking" and should therefore "be forced to resign from Congress!
Trump accused two former FBI employees of having "committed treason" for investigating possible Russian links to his campaign during the campaign.
Peter Strzok was fired from the FBI after officials discovered he had been sharing anti-Trump texts with Lisa Page, an FBI lawyer and former member of the Mueller investigation, who he was having an affair with.
Trump also promised to release the FISA warrants and related documents used by the FBI to investigate his campaign in full and unredacted in order to "get to the bottom" of how the Russia collusion narrative began. Many of the memos have been released publicly, but some parts remain redacted. Earlier this month, the Justice Department argued that release of other information in the Comey memos could hurt the then-ongoing Mueller investigation.
Jared Kushner met privately with the Senate Intelligence Committee , which wanted to re-interview witnesses central to the Russia investigation.
Russian agent Maria Butina will be sentenced on April Butina pleaded guilty last year to conspiracy to act as a Russian agent without registering with the Justice Department. She faces a maximum of five years in prison but could receive zero to six months because of a plea deal.
Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen will also propose holding families seeking asylum in detention until their cases are decided and allow immigrants to apply for asylum from their home countries.
Pew Research Center. The Supreme Court declined to block the Trump administration from enforcing its ban on bump stocks , which enable semi-automatic weapons to fire like machine guns. The regulation went into effect on Tuesday and bans the sale or possession of the devices. The National Rifle Association is opposing an expansion of the Violence Against Women Act , which seeks to block people who have committed domestic abuse from obtaining firearms.
Puerto Rico's governor called Trump a "bully" over the White House's efforts to limit disaster relief aid needed to repair the damages brought by Hurricane Maria in late Trump, meanwhile, claimed that no other "living human being" has taken better care of Puerto Rico than him. The Trump administration approved six secret authorizations to sell nuclear power technology and assistance to Saudi Arabia.
The White House has been pursuing a deal that involves sharing U. Russia, South Korea, the United States, and other countries are all competing on the deal, and Saudi Arabia is expected to announce the winners later this week.
Trump says the FBI and Department of Justice will review the "outrageous" decision by prosecutors in Chicago to drop all charges against actor Jussie Smollett , calling the decision "an embarrassment to our Nation!
Stephen Moore referred questions about the tax debt to his wife Bloomberg. Trump is expected to pick a Fox News contributor to be the new State Department spokesperson. The ACA insurance exchanges and Medicaid expansion provide health care coverage from more than 20 million people.
McCarthy reportedly told Trump that the decision made no sense without a plan in place to replace the ACA heading in the elections.
Republican officials are privately blaming Mick Mulvaney, domestic policy chief Joe Grogan, and acting director of the Office of Management and Budget Russ Vought for engineering Trump's new position. It was the third year in a row that DeVos called for eliminating funding for Special Olympic events at schools. Devos blamed the media and some members of Congress for "falsehoods and fully misrepresenting the facts. The chairman of the Senate Appropriations subcommittee that determines Department of Education funding levels rejected DeVos' proposed cuts to the Special Olympics.
Roy Blunt said "Our Department of Education appropriations bill will not cut funding for the program. Trump's last five trips to Mar-a-Lago would cover the proposed Special Olympics cuts. Robert Mueller's grand jury is "continuing robustly" despite the end of his investigation , indicating that the ongoing cases Mueller handed off could still result in further indictments. Two former federal prosecutors said the grand jury activity may indicate that the office is pursuing matters spun off from the Mueller probe.
Mitch McConnell blocked a second resolution in the Senate calling for Mueller's report to be made public. Senate Judiciary Chair Diane Feinstein attempted to get unanimous consent to pass a Senate version of a non-binding resolution that passed in the House with a vote of House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff doubled down on his claims that he has seen evidence that Trump colluded with Russia.
We will continue to investigate the counterintelligence issues. That is, is the president or people around him compromised in any way by a hostile foreign power? It doesn't appear that was any part of Mueller's report.
The House Judiciary Committee unanimously approved legislation directing the Justice Department to give Congress all records on FBI obstruction of justice or counterintelligence probes against Trump. The full House now has the opportunity to vote on the measure. Approval would give Barr 14 days to comply with the demand for all records and communications, as well any discussions within the Justice Department about recording Trump or seeking to replace him by invoking the 25th Amendment to the U.
The House Oversight and Reform Committee requested 10 years of Trump's financial records from an accounting firm that prepared several years of financial statements for Trump. The request comes after testimony from Michael Cohen, who raised questions about whether Trump inflated or deflated the value of his financial assets during the course of past business transactions.
Seven former senior Trump aides may have violated federal law by failing to disclose their future employment on financial reports. High-level staffers are required to disclose their future employment to identify potential conflicts of interest between their White House positions and new employers.
In a reversal, the Justice Department now says it agrees with the ruling of a federal judge in Texas that declared the ACA unconstitutional on the basis of a change in federal tax law that eliminated the penalty on uninsured people.
Previously, the administration had pushed to remove the protections for people with pre-existing conditions. More than 20 million Americans are covered through the ACA's Medicaid expansion and its insurance exchanges. House Democrats needed roughly 50 Republican defections to override the veto with two-thirds of the House.
Fourteen Republicans crossed party lines. Lawmakers say Barr's summary of the report "is not sufficient for Congress," calling on Barr to turn over the underlying evidence and documents by the same day.
Democrats said that providing the report "in complete and unredacted form" would be consistent with DOJ policies and precedent. The FBI opened a counterintelligence investigation into Trump, but Barr's summary report of Mueller's findings didn't include any information about whether or not investigators found that Trump or anyone around him might be compromised or influenced by Russia.
Officials expect the FBI to brief leaders from the House and Senate, as well as the chairs and ranking members of the intelligence committees in a closed session.
Mike Pence talked Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats out of resigning at the end of last year over his frustrations with Trump.
Pence stepped in after Trump's decision to withdraw all U. Trump has also pushed Coats to find evidence that Obama wiretapped him, demanded that Coats publicly criticize the U. Trump's nominee to lead the Interior Department blocked a report on the effect of pesticides on endangered species. The report found that two pesticides, malathion and chlorpyrifos, were so toxic that they "jeopardize the continued existence" of more than 1, endangered birds, fish and other animals and plants.
At the time, David Bernhardt, a former lobbyist and oil-industry lawyer, was the deputy secretary of the interior. He is now Trump's nominee to lead the Interior Department. George Papadopoulos has formally applied for a pardon from Trump. The former Trump campaign adviser served a day prison sentence after being charged by Mueller for lying to the FBI. Trump asked his top aides for ways to limit federal funding for Puerto Rico.
Trump has also privately suggested that he will not approve any additional help for Puerto Rico beyond the food-stamp money. Barr submitted a four-page summary of Mueller's key findings to Congress for review, noting that Mueller didn't find conspiracy "despite multiple offers from Russia-affiliated individuals to assist the Trump campaign.
Attorney General William Barr's summary of the Mueller report. The question unanswered by Mueller's report: Why did Putin risk interfering in the election as he did. The Atlantic. The six unanswered questions from Barr's summary of the Mueller report.
The attorney general offered his "principal conclusions," but left some questions abut the special counsel's investigation unresolved. What to make of Bill Barr's letter: Mueller did not find that Trump obstructed his investigation, but he also made a point of not reaching the conclusion that Trump didn't obstruct the investigation.
Legal experts question Barr's rationale for exonerating Trump. Barr noted that Mueller didn't conclude that Trump committed obstruction of justice but that Mueller also said that he wasn't exonerating Trump either.
Why Trump isn't being charged with obstruction of justice. Mueller laid out the facts of Trump's actions with regard to the investigation and Barr and Rosenstein used those facts to draw a conclusion about whether Trump would meet the requirements to be charged with obstruction.
Impeachment just became less likely. The key findings of the Mueller report. Trump's pick for attorney general criticized Mueller's obstruction of justice investigation in an unsolicited memo he sent to the Justice Department in June. William Barr said "Mueller's obstruction theory is fatally misconceived," claiming that Trump's interactions with James Comey would not constitute obstruction of justice, because Trump was using his "complete authority to start or stop a law enforcement proceeding.
In Barr's summary to Congress, he concluded that the Justice Department couldn't make a prosecutable case against Trump for obstruction. Mueller's report, however, "did not draw a conclusion — one way or another — as to whether the examined conduct constituted obstruction. Mueller's office deliberated with Justice Department officials about issuing a subpoena for Trump to be interviewed , but ultimately decided that a subpoena could not be pursued based on the evidence and merits of the issues.
Current department policy also dictates that a sitting president cannot be indicted. The White House rejected a request from Congressional Democrats for documents related to Trump's phone calls and meetings with Putin.
Investigators argue that Trump has attempted to "conceal the details of his communications with President Putin," which are a threat to national security and present concerns because Trump may have been manipulated by Russia. He did not name his critics, but said he's "been looking at them for a long time," adding: Jay Sekulow called such a move "very inappropriate," adding that "as a lawyer, you don't waive privileges and you don't waive investigative detail absent either a court order or an agreement between the parties.
The resolution was passed unanimously in the House, but McConnel cited national security concerns for his decision to block the resolution in the Senate. Dmitri Peskov, Putin's spokesman, called Barr's summary "recognition that there wasn't any collusion. The Supreme Court will not hear an appeal from an unidentified foreign government-owned company resisting a Mueller subpoena. The justices left intact a federal appeals court ruling that said the company had to comply with the subpoena.
The former lawyer for Stormy Daniels was also charged in a separate federal case of embezzling a client's money "in order to pay his own expense and debts," and of "defrauding a bank in Mississippi. Trump signed a proclamation formally recognizing Israel's authority over the long-disputed Golan Heights. Earlier in the day, Hamas, the armed group that rules Gaza, fired a rocket that destroyed a house in a village north of Tel Aviv.
The State and Treasury departments sanctioned 14 individuals and 17 entities linked to Iran's organization for defense, innovation and research. Senior administration officials suggested that SPND could provide cover for them to continue missile-related activity. Mitch McConnell will put the Green New Deal to a vote , forcing Democrats on the record to paint them as socialists who are out of touch with American values.
The Justice Department notified Congress that it had received Mueller's report, but did not describe its contents. William Barr is expected to summarize the findings for lawmakers in the coming days, deciding how much of the report to share with Congress. White House lawyers are prepared to argue some material is protected by executive privilege, especially if the report discusses whether Trump's interactions with his aides or legal advisers are evidence of obstruction of justice.
Mueller's work has led to criminal charges against 34 people, including six former Trump associates and advisers. Roger Stone was indicted in January and accused of lying to Congress, but has pleaded not guilty. More than 24 people charged by Mueller are Russians. No Americans charged by Mueller have been accused of conspiring with Russia to interfere in the election. No further indictments are expected. That means part of Mueller's probe as it relates to Trump may not be revealed any time soon.
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