Home / News / World (page 30)

World

Twitter latches on to Comey’s ‘lordy’ quote during hearing

WASHINGTON – Twitter users have latched on to former FBI executive James Comey’s use of “lordy” during his Capitol Hill testimony about his communication with President Donald Trump. Comey told senators Thursday morning, “Lordy, we wish there are tapes,” in referring to his meetings with Trump. READ MORE: Ex-FBI trainer …

Read More »

James Comey’s testimony is over. What happens now?

James Comey sat before the Senate Intelligence Committee in Washington Thursday, responding questions from senators on his interactions with U.S. President Donald Trump, and a ongoing Russia investigation. The testimony, that had been a subject of conjecture for weeks, lasted scarcely 3 hours. But what happens now that it’s over? David …

Read More »

James Comey leaked information to press days after Donald Trump tweet

Former FBI Director James Comey pronounced underneath promise Thursday that he orchestrated a trickle per his memos on meetings with President Donald Trump. During his testimony before a Senate Intelligence Committee, Comey suggested that he had asked a friend, identified by Reuters as Columbia law highbrow Daniel C. Richman, to …

Read More »

Trump nominates Christopher Wray as FBI director

President Donald Trump on Wednesday announced on Twitter his collect for FBI executive — a former Justice Department central who served as New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s warn during a George Washington Bridge lane-closing investigation. Trump’s early-morning two-sentence twitter that he intends to commission warn Christopher Wray. Trump’s announcement comes one day …

Read More »

U.S. comprehension chiefs won’t exhibit sum of conversations with Trump

U.S. intelligence chiefs, confronting questions from Congress one day before fired FBI executive James Comey appears before a Senate comprehension committee, declined to report conversations with President Donald Trump though pronounced they had not been destined to do anything they deliberate bootleg or felt pressured to do so. Admiral Michael Rogers, a National …

Read More »