Sessions admits there's not enough evidence to probe Hillary Clinton
Wednesday, 15 November 2017 [UK], November 15 (ANI): United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions has revealed that there is "lack of basis" available to appoint a special investigation of Hillary Clinton.
Rep. Jim Jordan tells Atty. General Jeff Sessions it "looks like" there's enough evidence to appoint a special counsel to investigate Hillary Clinton. "'Looks like' is not enough basis to appoint a special counsel," Sessions replied.
Hillary Clinton seemed to take aim at President Trump Friday, telling the audience at the DNC Women's Leadership Forum, “We stand for truth, for evidence and facts. What an incredible.. Source: Geo Beats -
Kellyanne Conway on Sunday asked CNN’s Brian Stelter, “Did You Vote For Hillary Clinton Or Donald Trump?’
White House counselor Kellyanne Conway on Sunday asked CNN's Brian Stelter, "Did You.. Source: Geo Beats -
The Democratic Party is looking more female-lead after primary elections. This has many political experts believing huge changes are coming. They believe there will be a record number of female.. Source: Wochit News -
President Donald Trump's lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, says there's nothing illegal about Trump campaign advisers meeting with a Russian lawyer to get dirt on former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary.. Source: Wochit -
2,500 pages of testimony about the infamous Trump Tower meeting have been released A Republican-led panel unveiled the documents, which detail testimony given by several people who were at the meeting.. Source: NYDN Wibbitz -
President Trump on Monday again tweeted about the "Russia Witch Hunt."
President Trump on Monday again targeted special counsel investigators working on the probe into Russia's interference in US.. Source: Geo Beats -
Rudy Giuliani joined President Donald Trump's legal team last month, and in a whirlwind few days, he has made a series of eye-opening statements about a hush money payment to Stormy Daniels.
After an.. Source: Wochit -
Russia ran an information warfare campaign to disrupt the 2016 U.S. presidential election, but there is no evidence that President Donald Trump's campaign colluded with Moscow, Republicans on a.. Source: News Video Online -