White House Chief of Staff John Kelly reportedly rebuked Fox News analyst Jeanine Pirro for encouraging President Donald Trump to force a justice department investigation into Hillary Clinton and the Uranium One deal.
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Lock her up? "Until the White House provided her the same guidance they had given others who started before she did, Ms. Trump sometimes used her personal account," a spokesman for her attorney said.
Michael Hayden sprang to the defense of retired Navy SEAL Admiral William McRaven, who Trump attacked on Sunday.
Conway's sardonic stance against Clinton's hypothetical 2020 run was not the first time she had been critical of the veteran politician.
Before going to the Department of Justice, Matt Whitaker ran the Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust, which set its sights on investigating several Democrats, including Hillary Clinton.
Conservatives were quick to criticize Clinton for the remark.
Sayoc was charged with five felony counts, including interstate transportation and illegal mailing of explosives, threatening a former president, making threatening interstate communications and assaulting federal officers.
"I'm hoping that maybe this is a turning point," former CIA Director John Brennan said.
Trump supporters chanted "lock her up" hours after it was reported that former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton had been sent a "potential explosive device."
The likes of Ann Coulter, Dinesh D'Souza and Rush Limbaugh have promoted the idea that Democrats sent mail bombs to key Democratic figures.
There has been no information that the series of bomb threats have any link to President Trump.
A Secret Service spokesman told Newsweek Wednesday that the agency intercepted explosive devices that were sent to the homes of the Clintons in New York and the Obamas in Washington, D.C.
"Forget intern, a president with anyone is a power imbalance," The Daily Show host said.
The former Democratic congressman is being rewarded for good behavior after serving 18 months.
"I mean, really, yes, it deserves a lot of laughter," Hillary Clinton said Tuesday.
The former secretary of state interviews for a secretarial position in the first episode of the show's return to television.
The 2016 presidential candidate is charging top dollar for a steakhouse campaign dinner supporting a senator in his re-election effort.
The former secretary of state was asked about due process over allegations.
The former secretary of state warned Rachel Maddow that the president will plunge the White House into deeper chaos after the midterm elections.
"He could win again. I operate as if he is a two-term Trump. I have to. If you think any other way you are guaranteeing that whoever is going to run against him will lose."
"Our task was to simplify. We tried to make it as objective as possible."
Starr said he decided not to go ahead only because it would have been too hard to prove Clinton was lying.