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And St Petersburg-based Channel Five wonders: “Is Trump under hypnosis?” The White House is facing further criticism for not ruling out a Russian proposal to question US citizens accused by the Kremlin of “illegal activities”. One of those being sought by Russia is former US ambassador to Moscow Michael McFaul, but allowing him to be questioned would breach the legal immunity normally granted to a country’s foreign service. Politicians from both sides of the US political divide have rubbished the idea – one Democrat congressman called the suggestion “crazy”. FBI director Christopher Wray also dismissed it, saying “it’s certainly not high on our list of investigative techniques”. Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionTrump says he “misspoke” at Putin summit, but is it too late? Anthony Zurcher explains Meanwhile, a non-binding Senate resolution introduced by Jeff Flake, a Republican, and Chris Coons, a Democrat, was blocked, too. House Democrats are touting a bill to “hold Russia accountable, strengthen our election security and bolster our alliances”, but it is likely to face strong headwinds. Much of the outrage stemmed from one comment Mr Trump made when he appeared alongside Mr Putin on Monday. During a news conference, Mr Trump was asked whether he believed US intelligence agencies’ conclusions or Mr Putin about whether Russia had meddled. According to a White House transcript , he said: “I will say this: I don’t see any reason why it would be.” Amid outcry, the following day he said he had misspoken.
The hearing, through which Ms. Butina sat mostly expressionless, also revealed a wider federal investigation into her activities than was previously known. Mr. Driscoll disclosed that investigators for the Federal Election Commission had questioned Ms. Butina about “whether certain donations had been made to a political campaign.” Prosecutors revealed that the Republican political operative from South Dakota who created a company with her in 2016 was the subject of a fraud investigation. Unidentified in the indictment, he is believed to be Paul Erickson, 56, whom Ms. Butina has described as her boyfriend. F.B.I. agents have been surveilling Ms. Butina, who graduated in May with a master’s degree in international relations, for the past year. In a search of her apartment near American University in the Tenleytown neighborhood of Washington, F.B.I.
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The last Senate-confirmed Veterans Affairs secretary, Dr. David J. Shulkin, had supporters from both parties during the early days of the Trump administration. But his reputation suffered after a scathing agency report in February about money the government had spent on a 10-day business trip he took to Europe with his wife. Mr. Trump fired Dr. Shulkin with a tweet in March and sought to replace him with his White House physician, Dr. Ronny L. Jackson. That nomination fell through , and Mr.
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