White House adviser Jared Kushner is presenting the proposal Tuesday to Republican lawmakers as a starting point for negotiations.
The photo in the White House shows the two leaders at the Demilitarized Zone, which Trump visited last month after the G20 summit in Osaka, Japan.
“This is a clear cut case. We are not requiring her to testify about advice she gave the president or about the White House's policy decisions,” Cummings (D-Md.) said before adjourning the Monday hearing. “We are requiring her to testify before Congress about her multiple violations of federal law, her waste of taxpayer funds, and her actions that compromise public confidence in the integrity of the federal government.”
A U.S. congressional committee on Monday sought records from Education Secretary Betsy Devos relating to her use of private email accounts, expanding an investigation into how President Donald Trump's top aides use unofficial messaging services to conduct government affairs. U.S. Representative Elijah Cummings, the Democratic chairman of the House Oversight and Reform Committee, sent a letter to DeVos requesting copies of all messages relating to official government business she sent or received from private email accounts or electronic messaging services. The letter gave DeVos a July 29 deadline.
President Donald Trump's relationship with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has raised plenty of eyebrows — and it's been memorialized in the White House, where a photo of the two leaders now hangs in the West Wing. Trump and Kim have met three times during Trump's presidency. They gathered in June 2018 for a nuclear summit in Singapore; in February in Hanoi, Vietnam; and last month at the Demilitarized Zone separating North Korea and South Korea. The photo in the White House, posted on Twitter on Monday by Jennifer Jacobs, Bloomberg's senior White House reporter, shows the two leaders at the DMZ, which Trump visited after the G20 summit in Osaka, Japan. Trump — accompanied by his daughter Ivanka