“I don’t care. I believe Putin,” Pres Trump allegedly said, rejecting U.S. intelligence regarding North Korean intercontinental ballistic missile capability. McCabe says he heard this from an FBI official who was at the meeting with POTUS. https://t.co/9zmoxrYNjm
“I believe I was fired because I opened a case against the President of the United States,” says McCabe, who lost his job just a day before he would have been able to collect his full pension. He is considering suing the government over this. https://t.co/9oNEXZi0GR
Sorry, simply not true. I've interviewed 7 presidents and covered 4 full time over last couple decades. All complained about the press and at times lashed out. But none of them, Republican or Democrat, engaged in the kind of "enemy of the people" rhetoric Trump routinely does. https://t.co/GjenWJ1FG4
ANDREW MCCABE: Intelligence officials in the briefing responded that that was not consistent with any of the intelligence our government possesses to which the president replied, "I don't care. I believe Putin."
New #Packers coach on him, Hackett and Getsy working with Rodgers: "I think it's great. We're going to have three quarterback guys who'll be hitting him from all angles." Says as play-caller he'll spend a lot of time with 12. "I don't foresee ever missing a quarterback meeting."
"Do not believe any presidential candidate that's gonna say, 'Hey I got all the answers and all the solutions.' Definitely don't believe a president that says 'Only I can solve these problems.' It is we, it has always been we, never me."
'This is a sad day for all of us. I think our colleagues have come to a premature conclusion. But this is a moment for regret and reflection not for a mood of anger or a tone of triumph', says Tom Watson
At an emergency meeting of his ruling All Progressives Congress party in Abuja, Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari says he intends to make sure the rescheduled ballot proceeds without a hitch https://t.co/kjAjL2oOMv
Tom Watson says Labour response must be to bring angry Labour MPs back into the fold. "The Front Bench needs once again to reflect the balance of opinion in the Parliamentary Labour Party We need to broaden out so that all the members of our broad church feel welcome."