This is where the Trump-Russia thing starts to get sort of Watergate-y.
Trump's senior adviser and son-in-law Jared Kushner, who is married to daughter Ivanka Trump, also failed to disclose contacts with Russia when seeking his security clearance, the New York Times reported in April.
Republican Party leaders in key 2018 elections do not buy into the claims President Donald Trump and/or people close to him colluded with Russia. The settlement was so meager that one of Prevezon's US attorneys said it was "almost an admission that they shouldn't have brought the case". "I don't think my sirens went [off] or my antenna went up at this time because it wasn't the issue that it's been made out to be over the last nine months, ten months".
Goldstone described Veselnitskaya as a "Russian government attorney" who had agreed to provide "official documents and information that would incriminate Hillary" that would be "very useful to your father", according to the exchange.
"That's why I say, why would he want me?" Tim Kaine, the former Democratic vice presidential candidate of Virginia, said Tuesday. Admittedly, we've explained this before.
All of the sources spoke on condition of anonymity. To our point at the beginning, though, it's worth a quick revisit. She has followed the revelations about the younger Trump on the news. The Scots had already approved an offshore wind farm for the same area.
But the Democrats have little leverage.
"If you're ever approached about meeting up with a foreign government, the answer is no", he said. They're a waste of money! The Electoral College, which also favors small states, allowed Donald Trump to capture the White House despite getting nearly 3 million fewer votes than Democratic rival Hillary Clinton. Lee Zeldin of New York called the meeting "a big no-no", while reaffirming his loyalty to the president. We don't live in that country now. "She doesn't have even the slightest relation to us".
The two are not comparable. "I have never heard anything about it", said Chastity Banks.
There are a lot of caveats here.
"Someone sent me an email". I don't know, but you don't care.
So: was there a deal made last year?
Justice Department Special Counsel Robert Mueller is investigating Russian interference with the US election, as are at least four congressional committees. As Yale Law School's Eugene Fidell observes, treason is the only crime specifically mentioned and defined in the Constitution because it was a charge so abused by the English monarchy. 'It's horrible but not treason.' You go with that! "Specifically, things like the [southwestern] Syrian ceasefire, that we both can agree on in order to move forward in some places".
The European Union is also moving toward face scans and fingerprint collection - but limited to third-country nationals crossing external borders.
During the Cold War, for instance, when Americans gave secrets to the Soviet Union, the charge used to prosecute accused spies, including Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, was espionage. Internationally, OPEC nations allowed oil prices to plummet to try to drive frackers out of business. That hurt Putin, since Russia produces more crude oil than just about anyone. Every major item on the GOP's agenda polls badly. "This is moving into perjury, false statements, and even potentially treason".
Trump Jr. didn't do that. Keep an eye on that Trump-monogrammed rug under your feet; it may not be there for long.
DHS officials hope to defray costs through partnerships with airlines that are incorporating biometrics to boost efficiencies. But "clean coal" is a process, as Quartz notes, in which emissions from burning the coal are captured. There are enough sparks in the smoke; there will probably be fire for some of Trump's intimates before another year is out. Many Republicans' reluctance reflects their constituencies' strong support for the president - and lack of interest for the Russia story.