White House Counsel: Congress Has No Right to Russia Probe 'Do-Over'
Wednesday, 15 May 2019 Congress has no right to conduct a "do-over" of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe, the White House said in a letter blasting House Democrats' "sweeping" requests for documents as an effort to harass political opponents.
Hope Hicks, once a close aide to U.S. President Donald Trump, arrived to face questions in Congress on Wednesday, about six instances in which Democrats believe Trump may have broken the law during the..
According to Reuters, President Donald Trump on Tuesday formally launches what may be an uphill battle to persuade voters to give him four more years in office. At an evening rally in Orlando, Florida,..
Reuters reports the White House earlier this year explored the option of stripping Jerome Powell of his Federal Reserve chairmanship and demoting him. White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow declined..
According to Business Insider, The White House reportedly looked into demoting Federal Reserve Chairman Jay Powell in February, a few months after the central bank last hiked interest rates.
In a party-line 229-191 vote, House Democrats on Tuesday passed a civil enforcement resolution that effectively holds Attorney General William Barr and former... FOXNews.com Also reported by •CBS News •USATODAY.com