Thursday as Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report was released, President Trump said he was “having a good day.” This is terrible,” Trump told former Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Sessions’ of staff Jody Hunt when he learned about Mueller’s appointment.
At a previously scheduled White House event on Thursday, President Trump made his first public remarks on the release of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report.
Before the redacted Mueller report is released, following Attorney General William Barr’s Thursday-morning press conference, here are the moments that brought us to it.
Days after Amazon pulled out of the deal with the city, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo blasted Democrats like Ocasio-Cortez over their opposition. Ocasio-Cortez disagrees with the governor.
Ocasio-Cortez said U.S. policy toward Israel should be affected by the proposed annexation, and there are “conversations happening in our caucus.”
“I personally gave up Facebook, which was kind of a big deal, because I started my campaign on Facebook. ... I think it has effects on everybody," said Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
"I don't think Congress, particularly not this group of congressmen and women, are smart enough to look through the thousands of pages that I would assume that president Trump’s taxes will be,” press secretary Sarah Sanders said.
“California certainly is always saying, ‘Oh, we want more people,’ and they want more people in their sanctuary cities — well, we’ll give them more people."
“I know what can be made available, what the court has to be asked to permit to be made available,” said Clinton, who as a young lawyer worked on the impeachment staff of the House Judiciary Committee during the Watergate investigation.
Accepting an award for his humanitarian work Wednesday, Disney CEO Bob Iger attacked social media for its role in spreading hate. “Hitler would have loved social media," said Iger.
Astronomers around the world have unveiled the results of the “herculean task” of providing the first direct visual evidence of a supermassive black hole captured by eight telescopes on five continents.
Barr’s calm was shaken by a barrage of questions about whether the president has seen the report.
Amid a push by Democrats to look at President Trump’s tax returns, Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, called their efforts “moronic” despite previously declaring that there could be an explosive revelation in them.
“I think she's very resourceful. Like, maybe she's born with it; maybe it's lies. It's probably lies," Wolf said. Wolf’s controversial set is what some consider the reason this year’s dinner is breaking tradition, booking for its keynote speaker a historian, Ron Chernow, instead
A total of seven women have come forward with accusations of inappropriate behavior, with three of them speaking out after former Vice President Joe Biden responded to the previous allegations in a video posted to Twitter Wednesday.
Reparations have become a litmus test for Democratic candidates looking to secure diverse, progressive voters. But the support for reparations among Americans is complicated.
"The collusion illusion is over," Trump declared last week at his first campaign rally after Attorney General William Barr’s summary announced no collusion between Trump’s campaign and Russia.
“We had an inaccurate graphic on screen … we just want to be clear the funding is being cut off to three Central American countries. We apologize for the error, it never should have happened.”
Days after the Trump administration moved in court to dismantle the Affordable Care Act (ACA), House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said she would fight back.
After weeks of fending off accusations of anti-Semitism, Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., responded to a gibe by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
“By any reasonable standard, Mr. Mueller thoroughly investigated the Trump campaign,” said Graham. “Mr. “Mr. “Mr. I want Trump to win.” “There’s politics and there’s the rule of law,” continued Graham.
Despite the Attorney General's note that the special counsel's report does not exonerate the president, Trump and his supporters greeted the report’s conclusions as a complete victory.
“People have got to know whether or not their president is a crook,” said Nixon. “Well, I’m not a crook.”
"It's so crucial that the entire report and the evidence underlying it be released to the public," Rep. Jerry Nadler, D-N.Y., told CNN’s Dana Bash on “State of the Union" Sunday. “Transparency is key here.”