Protesters call for Jeff Sessions to resign for lying under oath about contacting Russia

Protesters call for Jeff Sessions to resign for lying under oath about contacting Russia

A hundred or more protesters gathered outside the U.S. Department of Justice building in Washington on Thursday (2 March) and called for the resignation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions.The protesters, who appeared to be organized by Democratic advocacy groups, chanted slogans such as Jeff Sessions has got to go. The people have a right to know. 23 days ago
Protesters call for Jeff Sessions to resign for lying under oath about contacting Russia

Protesters call for Jeff Sessions to resign for lying under oath about contacting Russia

A hundred or more protesters gathered outside the U.S. Department of Justice building in Washington on Thursday (2 March) and called for the resignation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions.The protesters, who appeared to be organized by Democratic advocacy groups, chanted slogans such as Jeff Sessions has got to go. The people have a right to know. 23 days ago
Republicans ask Trump for proof of wiretaps

Republicans ask Trump for proof of wiretaps

After President Donald Trump accused Former President Barack Obama of wiretapping his phone lines, some Republicans are asking Trump to provide evidence of the claims. 23 days ago
Republicans ask Trump for proof of wiretaps

Republicans ask Trump for proof of wiretaps

After President Donald Trump accused Former President Barack Obama of wiretapping his phone lines, some Republicans are asking Trump to provide evidence of the claims. 23 days ago
Former US National Intelligence boss James Clapper denies Donald Trump wiretapping by Barack Obama allegations

Former US National Intelligence boss James Clapper denies Donald Trump wiretapping by Barack Obama allegations

James Clapper, the former director of US National Intelligence, has rebutted claims that Barack Obama ordered the wiretapping of Donald Trump while the former president was still in office. On 4 March, US President Donald Trump sent a series of Tweets accusing his predecessor, but offering no evidence in support of his claims. Critics of Trump have said he is trying to deflect attention away from the controversy around his administration’s links to Russia. Republicans have asked to see the evidence for the claims. 23 days ago