He was referring, of course, to the scandal-du-jour out of the Trump administration, that the president in February asked then-FBI Director James Comey to stop investigating then-National Security Advisor Michael Flynn's ties to Russian Federation. Starting off with the bad news, he revealed the recent reports from The Washington Post that Donald Trump revealed highly classified information to top Russian officials last week.
One US official told The Post that the leaked details were considered "code-word information". The squirrel is in the basket.
As per usual, Stephen Colbert is our saving grace and one of the few lights that cut through the smothering Trump darkness. "We don't know what that means".
"He's firing Sean Spicer ... luckily that time Sean spent in the bushes will come useful when he's working at Home Depot".
Amid the fallout over Comey, Trump hasreportedly been unhappy with his staff and has been considering replacing key members in what has been referred to as a "reboot". (Of course, those tweets are as likely to be true as anything else uttered by Trump, meaning not too likely.) For press secretary Sean Spicer that requires covering up, obfuscating, and stonewalling Watergate-style, which is horrifying as White House conduct - and comedy gold for Colbert.
Colbert was addressing the breaking news from The New York Times that President Donald Trump asked former FBI director James Comey to "let go" of the investigation into retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn. "Please resign", Colbert said.
"Please, please, pleeeeease don't take Sean Spicer from us!" "Where else am I going to get my daily dose of veiled anger and condescension?"
During his joint press conference with Trump, Erdogan stressed that militant groups like the PKK and YPG "will never be accepted". The violence erupted after Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan met with President Trump at the White House.
We reiterate our commitment to the freedom of the press and the protection of journalists throughout the world. At least 104 journalists have been murdered in Mexico since 2000, according to the New York Times.
Sounds like Law and co. will only be getting the one "limited" series, as Sorrentino is already at work on The New Pope . Casting for the role of the new pope and other key role is expected to begin shortly.
The company said the virus has been localized and "technical work is underway to destroy it and update the antivirus protection". The software tools to create the attack were revealed in April among a trove of NSA spy tools that were either leaked or stolen.
Energy ministers from the world's two top producers said that supply cuts should be prolonged for nine months, until March 2018. US stock indexes are pointed toward narrowly mixed openings when the NY day session begins.
However, the Bank also projected nominal average wages to pick up to a growth rate of 3.5 per cent next year. Headline wages rise by 2.4% y/y, as expected. "The last thing Britain needs is another real wage slump".
In addition to ESPN Radio , Wingo will continue to host the NFL Draft and appear on ESPN's NFL television programming. The other new show will be an as-yet-to-be-named, hour-long talk show hosted by Bomani Jones and Pablo Torre.
The Celtics' reserves scored 48 points to only five for the Wizards' bench, with Kelly Olynyk doing the majority of the damage. The Eastern Conference Finals won't begin until two games in the Western Conference Finals have already been completed.
European Commission spokeswoman Anna-Kaisa Itkonen said the EU had no new information about a specific security concern. The official said the primary questions revolved around when and how - and not whether - the ban would be imposed.
After Rick Famuyiwa left the project a year ago , The Flash has remained without a director - but that may soon change. His solo film is now scheduled for March 16, 2018 , but you shouldn't be surprised if that changes.
Walker is the likeliest to leave, as rumours abound of a fallout with manager Mauricio Pochettino, but he won't come cheap. Mourinho said , "I'm not upset because we had to make that decision, when people say we gambled, we didn't gamble".
Fire breaks out at Changi Airport T2 departure hall
Two people were sent to hospital for observation, and another four were attended to at the Terminal 3 clinic, said CAG. Passengers in Cebu Pacific's earlier Manila to Singapore flight, 5J 805, are also safe.
China's Xi appeals to foreign leaders for freer trade
I had the privilege of meeting with President Xi Jinping , Premier Li Keqiang, and other world leaders and senior officials. India maintains that China has not built an environment of trust to carry out the belt and road projects.
France's Macron names Republican Philippe as PM
He is a member of the Republicans, a mainstream-right party whose candidate Macron beat in the first round of the election. New Prime Minister Philippe will take over from the current Socialist PM, Bernard Cazeneuve, who backed equal marriage.
A timeline of the WannaCry cyberattack
James Clapper told ABC's This Week on Sunday that he expects similar attacks to become a growing problem in the future. Note this means that the backup can't be on your computer but should be in the cloud or on an external hard drive.
Bernie Sanders Laughs at Trump's Comment to Australian PM
Most U.S. conservatives oppose universal, government-funded health care. "The president has just said it", Sanders told MSNBC. A combat wounded US senator says President Donald Trump's pick for Army secretary isn't fit to lead the service.
Dhoni destroys and delights Mumbai
The crowd left their seats each time a six reached them, they waved the Mumbai flag even to cheer for Dhoni's sixes. But he refused to blame the runs they conceded in the last two over which resulted in a momentum shift.