The former agent of FBI counterintelligence Peter Strzok, who was fired after the scandal because of his correspondence with a colleague critical of the US President, has written a book about the "threat" posed by Donald trump and his team of spectacular Robert Mueller, it will be published on 8 September, according to the website of the publisher.
"Veteran of the FBI, standing up to the Russian investigation, drawn from the long experience of hunting for foreign agents in the United States to uncover the threat posed by President trump," reads the description of the book on the publishers website Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Books
A member of the house of representatives Jamie Raskin introduced an amendment to the bill of Democrats, which prohibits the U.S. President to pardon himself.
The US President has the constitutional right to pardon and reduce the sentences. President Donald trump caused the indignation of the Democrats, repealing a prison sentence his longtime friend and unofficial Advisor Roger stone.
U.S. Senator, Republican Lindsey Graham, said that declassified documents show the falsity of the incriminating dossier on President Donald trump.
Graham, a close ally of trump recalled in a press release that the dossier was an important document that would justify a court order for surveillance of an American citizen, the then Advisor to the headquarters of the trump Carter page.
The niece of Donald trump Mary in his book argues that neither the trump nor his relatives did not believe in his candidacy — according to her statement, trump was able to convince the possibility of winning only a "tacit Russian support."
The book "Too much and not enough: how my family created the most dangerous man in the world" became a bestseller in pre-sales before was officially published Tuesday.
Former Prosecutor Andrew Weissman, who worked in the team of "Russian investigation," Robert Mueller, will release in late September, a book about the investigation, said Random House.
"This is the story of our investigation of how our democracy attacked Russia, and how those who have encouraged and ignored the attack, undermine our ability to find the truth," said Weisman in this regard, stressing that he was proud of his work.
American President Donald trump considers it necessary to extradite to the United States and put in jail, which at the dirt of the former British agent Christopher Steele.
"This man should be extradited, to be tried and thrown in jail. You sick liar, who paid roguish Hillary (Clinton, the former candidate in US presidents from Democrats - ed.) and the national Committee of the Democratic party," wrote trump on Twitter.
The President of the United States Donald trump confirmed in an interview with columnist of the Washington Post, Marc Thyssen, which has sanctioned a cyber attack against the Russian "Agency of Internet research" in 2018.
"Right," said trump, responding to a question Thiessen about this cyber attack. He also added that this decision was part of a broader policy of confrontation of Russia in the world.
Friend and former informal adviser to Donald trump, Roger stone should be in jail for the incarceration on July 14, ruled the court of appeal.
"Stone is not subject to further postpone the date of arrival at the prison," reads the court's decision.
The President of the United States Donald trump reduced the prison sentence of his friend and former informal adviser Roger stone, said in a statement the White house.
"Roger stone free man now!" the statement of the White house.
The US President Donald trump called the decision of the Supreme court in its financial documents, "witch hunt".
The Supreme court issued on Thursday two solutions for Finance trump. In one of them the court rejected the congressional committees that requested financial information trump and his family. However, in another decision, the court ruled that prosecutors in new York may be required to submit tax documents to the President. However, these documents are unlikely to be published before the presidential election.
The judge in the case of former adviser to Donald trump, Michael Flynn asks appeals court to reconsider the decision to close the case, according to court documents.
Earlier, the court of appeal by a majority of two votes against one ordered the judge to dismiss the case, citing the relevant decision of the Ministry of justice. However, judge Emmet Sullivan, who has in the past threatened Flynn with jail, asked an expanded panel of the court of appeal to reconsider this decision.
The US President Donald trump has promised to continue to fight for the integrity of its financial documents, said the Supreme court decision of the country's political and unfair to him and his administration.
On Thursday, the U.S. Supreme court recognized the constitutional request of the court of Manhattan, requires access to financial documents of the President of the United States in the case of payments to two women in silence about their relationships with him. In this case, the Supreme court refused to consider the request of the Democrats of Congress on access to financial documents of the President, with orders to return the case for further consideration in the lower court.
The new York public Prosecutor intends to challenge the court's decision to dismiss charges against Paul Manafort, the former campaign Manager of the United States, in the case of mortgage fraud, reports the associated Press.
In mid-March 2019, the district of Columbia court sentenced Paul Manafort to 3.5 years in prison and a fine of more than $ 6 million in unregistered work as a lobbyist and pressure on witnesses. Immediately afterwards the Grand jury of new York's borough of Manhattan has filed fraud charges with the mortgage on a housing mortgage, however, the new York court dismissed the indictment in Manafaru because the defendant was already convicted them in the court of another instance.
The U.S. Supreme court agreed to hear a case about the publication of secret documents to the Grand jury at "Russian investigation" spectacular Robert Mueller, according to the website of the court.
The house of representatives under the leadership of the majority Democrats demanded to distribute documents, suspecting the presence of incriminating information about the President of the United States Donald trump. The administration of the trump objected, pointing out that Congress should not have the right to examine the motives of initiation of an investigation.
Diplomacy is now facing completely new tasks, previously for the declassification of information it would take dozens of years, now we cannot be sure that confidential discussions will not be made public, said the Deputy Minister of foreign Affairs of Russia Sergey Ryabkov, commenting on the book of memoirs of former national security Advisor of US President John Bolton.
On Tuesday, the book was published. In it Bolton describes his work in the White house in the years 2018-19. Bolton, in particular, quite openly talks about the talks at the highest level, including with the Russian side, in which he participated, and also cites some private meetings at the White house, the witness of which he was, as an Advisor to trump.
The court of appeals of the district of Columbia in the United States decided to close the case Michael Flynn, former adviser to the President of the United States Donald trump.
As follows from the published documents, the court decided to satisfy the petition of Prosecutor's office, which earlier withdrew charges against Flynn in the perjury.
The U.S. Department of justice has announced plans to publish by June 19 an extended version of the report of spectracolor Robert Mueller on the "Russian intervention", reports the Washington Post.
In 2019, the human rights group EPIC, and the news site BuzzFeed News filed a lawsuit against the Ministry of justice with a request to publish the report of Muller. A Federal judge for the district of Columbia ruled that the DOJ must provide information on the edit report.
Michael Flynn, who served as Advisor to the elected President of Donald trump, and the then Russian Ambassador Sergei Kislyak discussed in December 2016, a joint interest of the two countries to stability in the middle East, Kislyak also raised the issue of settlement in Syria, according to documents declassified U.S. intelligence on Friday.
The leakage of conversations of Flynn and Kislyak appeared in the "Russian case", when Russia is accused of meddling in elections, which Moscow denies, and in "cahoots" with trump that deny not only the Kremlin but in the White house. Spectacular Robert Mueller at the end of a two-year investigation confirmed the accusations of "interference", but did not confirm the theory of "conspiracy". Talking Flynn Kislyak was intercepted by U.S. intelligence and published on Friday in the form of a paraphrase with a number of gaps. For example, completely wiped out the content of the conversation on December 22.
Michael Flynn, who served as Advisor to the elected President of Donald trump, was asked in December 2016, the Russian Ambassador in Washington Sergey Kislyak, Russia has taken few steps on the principle of reciprocity in response to a campaign to pressure the Obama administration, according to transcripts of conversations Flynn and Kislyak published on Friday.
The leakage of conversations of Flynn and Kislyak appeared in the "Russian case", when Russia is accused of meddling in elections, which Moscow denies, and in "cahoots" with trump that deny not only the Kremlin but in the White house. Spectacular Robert Mueller at the end of a two-year investigation confirmed the accusations of "interference", but did not confirm the theory of "conspiracy". Talking Flynn Kislyak was intercepted by U.S. intelligence and published on Friday in the form of a paraphrase with separate quotes with a number of gaps.