U.S. President Donald Trump declared Tuesday "collusion is not a crime", as he continued his attacks on special counselRobert Mueller's investigation into links between between his 2016 campaign and Russian Federation.
"Collusion is not a crime, but that doesn't matter because there was No Collusion (except by Crooked Hillary and the Democrats)!", Trumpsaid on Twitter.
Trump's attorney later said on the Fox News program "Outnumbered" that the president did not collude with the Russians but "even if he did it, it's not a crime".
CNNreported last Thursday that Mr Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen is prepared to tell federal investigators that Mr Trump knew and approved of the Trump Tower meeting where a Russian lawyer with links to the Kremlin was expected to deliver damaging information about Hillary Clinton. You start analyzing the crime - hacking is the crime...
"The president didn't hack", Giuliani said. "He didn't pay them for hacking".
"Collusion is basically a partnership in crime, which is conspiracy", said Randall Eliason, a former federal prosecutor and a law professor at George Washington University.
Giuliani added that the Russian Federation probe "has been continued as an illegitimate investigation".
Giuliani called the disgraced former Trump Organization attorney one of the "biggest liars in America".
Both approaches were rubbished by Giuliani on Monday.
Manafort was charged with conspiracy and other offenses related to the millions of dollars he allegedly made working for the Ukrainian government many years before he worked for the Trump campaign.
Of course, whether or not Trump was there is not the question.
While the main areas of Mueller's investigation are Russia's actions during the 2016 presidential election and any attempts by Trump to obstruct justice, none of those topics are expected to come up in Manafort's trial.
"He erased them, sure", he said, adding that the Trump legal team has "experts going through it". Camerota asked Giuliani about a "contentious business relationship" that Trump claims to have had with Mueller-possibly over a membership dispute the two reportedly had regarding one of Trump's golf properties.
But the U.S. lawyer snapped back in sarcasm and said: "Oh yeah, you scared me away".
Bledsoe said he did not know his home was in danger when he left his wife and great grandchildren to run an errand on Thursday. Crews across California are battling 17 large blazes totaling more than 200,000 acres, a National Park Service official said.
In a statement to The New Yorker , Moonves acknowledged that he "may have made some women uncomfortable by making advances. I don't know who does know ". "I don't know what's going to happen, but I do believe in accountability", Colbert said.
With imports increasingly only by 0.5 per cent, net trade added 1.06 percentage points to the second quarter's GDP growth figure. Due to declines in birth rates, workers will be joining the economy at a slower pace and this hurts overall growth levels.
Trump Jr. responded that if the information was good, " I love it ", and the two began to arrange the rendezvous. "By Cohen's account, Trump approved going ahead with the meeting with the Russians, according to sources".
Epic Games will be applying a new update for Battle Royale and Save The World , moving the game to the new 5.10 Patch Notes . If Fortnite players complete all three of the challenges, they will earn the Birthday Cake Back Bling .
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Management caught up to the suspects in the parking lot and were denied access to both searching the vehicle and the stroller. In a freaky case, two men and a woman stole a shark from an aquarium by disguising it as a baby and putting it in a stroller.
Ahed Tamimi hugs her father Bassem after she was released from an Israeli prison Sunday after serving an eight month sentence. Wearing her trademark black-and-white chequered Arab scarf when she returned home, Tamimi greeted dozens of well-wishers.
National anthems of the United States and South Korea were played, and the caskets were given a 21-gun salute by USA riflemen. A satellite image shows the Sanumdong missile production site in North Korea on July 29, 2018.
In an email, Wilson said he had uploaded the plans to its website on July 27 and that they were already available to download. The State Department reversed course in late June, agreeing to allow Wilson to resume posting the blueprints.
Hundreds of firefighters are battling the blazes and the authorities are seeking worldwide assistance. Turkey has joined Spain in offering to provide aid, including airplanes and helicopters, to Greece.
Manafort hid millions in foreign accounts, US prosecutor says
He said he would not tolerate any pictures of Manafort and others "at a cocktail party with scantily clad women", if they exist. If the judge rules in their favor, prosecutors could present evidence that delves deeper into Manafort's Russian connections.
Judge: Border family reunification 'has been completed'
Because Trump's wall was funded during the current fiscal year, it would continue for the length of the extension. Cuellar said he remains concerned about the continued separation and reunification of immigrant families.
Trump claims you need a photo ID to buy groceries
Trump praised DeSantis as "a tough, brilliant cookie" and predicts: "He's going to be your next governor". To be fair, to purchase alcohol and sometimes certain over-the-counter medications requires an ID.
Trump Org CFO subpoenaed in Cohen probe
And he goes on in that tweet to accuse Cohen of lying to get out of considerable legal trouble. Cohen did not return a request for comment on Trump's tweet or the CNN report .
State revokes approval for Charter-TWC merger
The state has two months to pick a successor company to take over Charter's service, according to The New York Post. As a result, the commission's general counsel referred a false-advertising claim to the Attorney General's Office.
Facebook loses $130 bn in just two hour, Zuckerberg $17 bn
The company may have halted more ad purchases than expected as it applied a broad definition of what's considered "political". Much ground has been lost in the short span of 24 hours - a fall from which Facebook will have to work hard to recover.