No need for special prosecutor, says White House

Ausiliatrice Cristiano
Mag 15, 2017

While doing what many consider a fantastic job of bashing the media, who were and are sorely in need of such, Spicer has also had more than his fair share of gaffes, including last month's comparison of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to Adolph Hitler.

Spicer's chief critics are the liberal media who are looking for any excuse to attack President Trump. "There is no collusion". Business conflicts of interest, tax returns, secret Comey tapes, the Russian Federation probe - all we need is control of the committees and subpoena power and we'll put Trump through the wringer. "I won't talk about that", the president told interviewer Jeanine Pirro of Fox News, known as Judge Jeanine. Let's read a few of them.

Shortly after McCabe's hearing on Capitol Hill, Huckabee Sanders had to explain how the White House had reached such a different conclusion about how Federal Bureau of Investigation employees viewed their boss. "I don't see that as an issue", Sanders said.

Trump's rationale in the clip above disproves all of the stories mostly from the left about how Trump isn't really in charge. "For a President who baselessly accused his predecessor of illegally wiretapping him, that Mr. Trump would suggest that he, himself, may have engaged in such conduct is staggering". And I think that we may have to agree to disagree. "You know, it depends on how you define loyalty, No. 1; No. 2, I don't know how it got out there because I didn't ask that question".

Spicer, during his daily White House press briefing, answered reporter Jeff Mason's question of whether Trump had recorded his conversation with Comey. The world moves too quickly for press briefings to be limited to Trump showing up once every couple of weeks. "It's just insulting, we thought".

On Friday, Indian-American Democratic Congressman Raja Krishnamoorthi asked the White House to produce the tapes regarding the conversation of US President Donald Trump's conversation with James Comey to allow details of the ex-FBI Director's sacking to under limelight. Prior to delivering a commencement address at Liberty University on Saturday morning, the President remained largely out of the public eye.

The interview on Fox comes after a week of intense scrutiny of Trump following his unexpected dismissal of Comey.

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