'Too Much': Majority Of Voters Want The President Off Twitter

Pedestrian bridges in Abu Dhabi removed as roadwork is completed

Pedestrian bridges in Abu Dhabi removed as roadwork is completed

In recent days however, and with fired FBI Director James Comey's Thursday testimony to the Senate Intelligence Committee set to once again put the spotlight on the Russian Federation investigation, the White House and Trump have declined to give Sessions a vote of confidence.

In the three months since Sessions stepped aside, the intensity of the probe has grown exponentially - culminating in Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein's decision to appoint Robert Mueller as special counsel.

Two days before former FBI Director James Comey is scheduled to testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee, President Donald Trump's world continues to unravel right before our very eyes.

President Donald Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions have had a series of heated exchanges in the last several weeks after Sessions recused himself from the Russian Federation probe, a source close to Sessions told CNN Tuesday.

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The timing could also be aimed at blunting the impact of Comeys testimony before the Senate intelligence committee on Thursday. Wray's background as a Justice Department professional may give him an advantage during confirmation hearings.

The offer wasn't a formal one, and Mr. Sessions, an early and steadfast supporter of Mr. Trump, doesn't want to quit and doesn't believe he should, the people said.

And when reporters caught up with President Trump he gave a surprising response when asked if he had a message for the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director.

The tense relationship between the two men "runs both ways", ABC wrote, adding that Sessions' sentiment prompted his resignation offer. Trump rewarded Sessions after his election with one of the most coveted jobs in any administration, the opportunity to lead the Justice Department.

Just a week after his "covfefe" tweet took the internet by storm, "despite the constant negative press covfefe", White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said Trump's tweets should be taken as official statements.

Iran Holds Saudi Arabia Responsible for Twin Terror Attacks in Tehran
Deputy Interior Minister Mohammad Hossein Zolfaghari told Iran's state TV the apparently male attackers wore women's attire. The Wednesday terrorist attack on the Iranian Parliament and the police siege of the building finished in the afternoon.

"The president is president of the United States", Spicer said, "so they are considered official statements by the president of the United States".

"I have not had that discussion with him", Spicer said.

The Justice Department declined to comment for ABC News' article. On Monday, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) said on Twitter that it might include Trump's tweets about the ban in their Supreme Court argument.

The White House announced Wednesday morning that the President would be "presenting his vision for rebuilding America's infrastructure" during a speech in OH later in the day and trumpeted the $200 billion included in his budget proposal to rebuild the nation's infrastructure.

Rain denies Australia a win against Bangladesh
The Kiwis will now have to beat Bangladesh in their last group A encounter and hope that England beat Australia . Starc destroyed Bangladesh late in the innings with a sensational death bowling display.

But low poll ratings and general disapproval of Trump on Twitter will not keep him off social media.

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