his opening monologue on 'Hannity' Monday night, Sean ripped the
destroy-Trump media and their never-ending obsession with Russia-Trump
conspiracy theories, saying liberals and the left-wing press have
whipped themselves "in to a frenzy" over reports that Donald Trump Jr.
met with a Russian lawyer last June.
House counsel Jay Sekulow stopped by the 'Sean Hannity Show' Tuesday
afternoon to set the record straight on allegations Donald Trump Jr.
broke the law by meeting with a Russian attorney, saying the sit-down
was common political practice and that "nothing actually happened."
Sean asked Sekulow to weigh-in on the media's frenzy over the meeting,
with some news outlets calling the publicly released emails proof of
Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced Tuesday that the US Senate
will delay its annual August recess by at least two weeks, giving
lawmakers more time to work on healthcare legislation and other
republican initiatives that have veered off-track.
"In order to provide more time to complete action on important
legislative items and process nominees that have been stalled by a lack
of cooperation from our friends across the aisle, the Senate will delay
the start of the August recess until the third week of August," said a
statement from the Majority Leader.
Trump defended Donald Trump Jr. on Tuesday after a series of email
exchanges surfaced on social media, apparently showing Donald Jr. knew
he was meeting with a Russian lawyer who possessed compromising
information regarding Hillary Clinton just months before the November
"My son is a high-quality person and I applaud his transparency," said
the President in a statement read by White House spokesperson Sarah
US-led coalition confirmed on Monday that Iraqi security forces have
re-taken control of Mosul from Islamic State fighters, following a
three-year battle over one of the few remaining ISIS strongholds in the
region, reports the Associated Press.
President Barack Obama's National Security Advisor told reporters that
Obama dropped the ball when it came to allegations of Russian election
interference, saying the President should have acted "more aggressively"
towards the Kremlin throughout the 2016 campaign
congresswoman Maxine Waters was it at again on Monday, lashing out at
Donald Trump Jr. over a meeting he attended with a Russian lawyer and
incoherently referring to the President's son-in-law as "Gerald"
The liberal lawmaker was speaking on MSNBC when she was asked to
weigh-in on Trump Jr.'s meeting with the Russian attorney, reportedly
focusing on compromising material regarding Hillary Clinton's
White House Chief of Staff John Sununu is slamming former FBI Director
James Comey, calling the intentional leaking of FBI documents to the
media "a violation of the law."
"The unpredictable consequences of these kinds of investigations might
come back to bite Comey really hard," Sununu, who is also the former
Governor of New Hampshire, told Fox News' Bill Hemmer. "First of all
just releasing the memo, whether it was classified or not, is a
violation of department rules and if he even spoke about material that
was classified to his leak, that's a violation of the law."
Trump Jr. is keeping the pressure on CNN, re-tweeting a hilarious video
over the weekend that jokingly portrayed President Trump
"shooting-down" a CNN-labeled fighter jet in an edited scene from the
1986 classic 'Top Gun.'
The President's son posted the video on social media, showing President
Trump stepping in for Tom Cruise and firing an air-to-air missile at the
CNN fighter jet, all while repeating his well-known catchphrase,
I AM A REPUBLICAN BORN AND BRED
IN AMERICA .I BELIEVE IN EQUALITY AND JUSTICE AND THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES.I SERVED IN THE UNITED STATES AIR FORCE
MAJORED IN GEOLOGY AND MUSIC AND WENT TO ANGELO STATE IN SAN ANGELO, TEXAS