When Donald Trump ran for president, many voters admitted to concerns about his lack of knowledge and experience, but justified their vote in his favor by saying that his decisions would be enhanced, or if necessary restrained, by the more seasoned people he would gather around him.
Ryan said during the interview Monday that the facts “will vindicate themselves”.
“(Otherwise), people are going to lose health insurance.
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“There is just an abject frustration within the White House and the president himself on this unrelenting press coverage of this whole Russian thing, much of it based on leaks that are coming out of various departments”, Rep. Chris Collins (R-N.Y.), an early Trump supporter, told The Hill the morning after The Times interview was published. I can’t wait until Mueller sets this country free of all this chaos, and we get back to making this country great again like it’s always been since the last six months has not. “I think that’s a violation”, Trump told Times reporters.
“I am disappointed in the attorney general”, Trump said during a Tuesday news conference.
Both Mr. Brennan and Mr. Clapper told Wolf Blitzer they have “total confidence” in the appointment of Mr. Mueller to head the Russian-election hacking probe, even going as far to call the pick “an inspired choice”.
“You buy the insurance you want to buy”, he said. But that’s the point: Trump and his aides sound as if they’re looking for any excuse to get rid of Mueller.
“We want to spend our time focusing on solving people’s problems”.
I know how disheartening it is for senior leadership and beyond in the Justice Department and Federal Bureau of Investigation to wake up every morning to read the latest vicious attacks on their integrity by the man they ostensibly serve.
Collins, who has opposed the Republican proposals so far because of deep cuts to Medicaid and care for vulnerable citizens, said it isn’t even clear what the Senate will consider on Tuesday. “There are not near the kinds of differences of opinion on this issue like there are on other prominent issues”, he said. He compared Canada’s rate of 15 percent, to the presiding rate in Wisconsin, which he said was between 35 and 45 percent. Gousha asked Ryan if there was any urgency to those investigations.
Coming on the heels of previous revelations about a meeting involving Donald Trump Jr., son-in-law/adviser Jared Kushner, former campaign chair Paul Manafort and Russian-connected officials (first one, then two, then three and then four Russians, according to mutating versions of the story), these latest Trump-presidency travails suggest a commander-in-chief who is so fully on the defensive about his personal entanglements that he has lost the ability and will to govern.
“I don’t think that’s in the president’s interest whatsoever”, Ryan said. The president’s agenda would likely stall in Congress, for one thing, and a constitutional crisis could ensue.
Minutes after Ryan’s comments, Sen.
What an ethical president might say: “You know, I don’t think I should say anything about what Mueller should or shouldn’t do, because his independence is paramount”.