Donald Trump calls off his South America visit

Frederick Owens
April 15, 2018

After months of denying Mueller's removal is under consideration, the change in tone came as Trump reacted furiously to an Federal Bureau of Investigation raid of his private lawyer's offices on Monday.

President Donald was so incensed by the FBI's raid of his personal attorney's office and hotel room that he's privately pondered firing Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, and publicly mused about ousting special counsel Robert Mueller.

Trump said: 'He's now president for life.

President Donald Trump on Friday night announced he has directed the USA military to conduct precision strikes in Syria, after the chemical weapons attack that left dozens dead on Sunday.

"I think that the president has been clear that he thinks that this has gone too far".

Despite a few notable news sources alleging that the inner workings of the White House are in a state of disarray, Donald Trump is quick to denounce those claims.

Mr. Trump had on Monday promised a "forceful" response to the alleged chemical attack in Syria.

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Early Wednesday, Trump tweeted: "Russia vows to shoot down any and all missiles fired at Syria".

In a phone call with CNN, Cohen admitted the raid was "upsetting to say the least".

At the same time, Edelson, who is also a researcher at the research Center of the Congress and politicians, does not expect that it will come to that soon, because even if the Democrats get control of the House of representatives in elections in November, to offset the President will require a two-thirds majority in the Senate, which is controlled by Republicans.

The President continued: "I (we) are doing things that nobody thought possible, despite the never ending and corrupt Russia Investigation, which takes tremendous time and focus". "The investigation is critical to the health of our democracy, and must be allowed to continue".

"The President will remain in the United States to oversee the American response to Syria and to monitor developments around the world".

After months of silence, Trump last week offered a flat "no" when asked if he knew about the payment.

There is growing concern in Trump's orbit that the turmoil will only continue following the release next week of former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey's book, which promises to reveal new details about his conversations with the president and the Russian Federation probe. "So much Fake News about what is going on in the White House.

We are continuing to asses [sic] intelligence and are engaged in conversations with our partners and allies", Sanders said on Thursday.

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