White House: Trump to visit Florida on Thursday

Frederick Owens
September 14, 2017

During an appearance on The View on Wednesday morning, co-host Sunny Hostin asked Clinton to respond to what President Trump's press secretary said the previous day at the White House press briefing.

"I think probably the biggest one is any place within in the book where she lays blame for the loss on anyone but herself", Sanders said.

Asked if there has been any discussion of Kushner stepping aside, Sanders insisted: "No conversation that I'm aware of and certainly no presentation as both the president's attorneys have gone on record to say".

After all, she said, "You've got the leader of the Republican Party sitting at the table" - referring to Trump.

"I think the president's been very clear about his position on that front". At a campaign event a year ago, Clinton said half of Trump's supporters belong in a "basket of deplorables".

The White House is ramping up its attacks on former FBI Director James Comey, suggesting _ in an extraordinary departure from standard protocol _ that the Justice Department should consider prosecuting his conduct. "The president was 100% right in firing James Comey. Leaking FBI memos on a sensitive case regardless of classification violates federal laws including the privacy act, standard FBI employment agreement, and non-disclosure agreement all personnel must sign".

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The Mueller investigation was also tasked with determining whether Trump obstructed justice by firing Comey.

"I can't think of anything worse than having government be more involved in your health care instead of less involved", she continued.

After all, the president already admitted to a national television audience that he fired the then-director of the FBI in the hopes of undermining an investigation into Trump's political operation - a decision that appears to now be of interest to the special counsel.

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"His actions were improper and likely could have been illegal", she added.

The president has said he's simply doing "what the people of the United States want to see". The announcement came days after Clinton was interviewed by the FBI, and Comey critics have alleged that he had already made a decision to shutter the investigation before going through the formality of interviewing her.

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