What can Mueller do if he finds evidence of criminality involving the president?
"Look, the president has been extremely cooperative, as have a number of members of the administration". And we're continuing to be cooperative. Trump's attempt to fire Mueller (which happened last June, but is only now being publicly reported) is, under this line of thinking, the final straw.
"Having the discussion in Congress helps send a very strong message that we do not want Mr. Mueller's investigation interfered with in any way", she said.
Supreme Court not in favour of handing over Kathua case to CBI
The plea was filed by the father of the eight-year-old Asifa who was gang-raped, tortured and killed in Kathua in January. He added, "we are depending on information from social media.We are handicapped". "We are handicapped", he said.
Collins warned the bill has flaws, as "the president is never going to sign the legislation" and it raises "some legitimate constitutional concerns".
Collins, R-Maine, said on ABC's "This Week" that if President Trump fires special counsel Robert Mueller and his boss, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, to end the Russian Federation probe, the Senate won't allow the investigation to stop.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders followed Trump's comments on Mueller by stating the president "certainly believes he has the power" to fire the special counsel, in a comment that appeared to go against the Code of Federal Regulations' guidance that a special counsel can only be dismissed by the attorney general.
Video Shows Police Beating Naked, Black Harvard Student
McGovern said in a press release. "Shortly thereafter, firefighters came and cleaned up the blood with bleach and water". People who were with him told police that Ohene had taken drugs that likely had a hallucinogenic effect.
"The President objects to the government's proposal to use a "taint team" of prosecutors from the very Office that is investigating this matter to conduct the initial privilege review of documents seized from the President's personal attorney, Michael D. Cohen", Hendon writes.
The statement adds, "We served out of a commitment to the founding American principles that our democratic republic depends upon the rule of law, that the law must be applied equally, and no one is above the law".
Bertucci's the latest restaurant chain to declare bankruptcy
The deal is valued at roughly $20 million, the Wall Street Journal reported. The chain intends to sell its assets, it said in a release Monday.