Shortly after he was sacked from his post as FBI Director, James Comey was invited by the Senate Intelligence Committee to testify.
But key Republicans appeared to back the president, with House speaker Paul Ryan warning against "rushing to judgment" on the latest scandal to engulf Mr Trump.
In a freaky twist on Wednesday, Russian President Vladimir Putin offered to turn over to Congress records of Trump's discussions.
The White House has played down the importance and secrecy of the information Trump gave to the Russians, which had been supplied by Israel under an intelligence-sharing agreement. Trump himself said he had "an absolute right" as president to share "facts pertaining to terrorism" and airline safety with Russian Federation.
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Putin told a news conference that he would be willing to turn over notes of Trump's meeting with the Russian diplomats if the White House agreed.
The latest political storm, coupled with the still-potent fallout from Trump's recent disclosure of classified information to Russian diplomats, overshadowed all else in the capital and beyond.
Speaking to graduates of the Coast Guard Academy Wednesday, Trump indicated that he will continue to fight what he considered poor treatment during his time in office. Flynn is one of the subjects of the FBI investigation. The Times report cites a memo written by Comey, which appears to provide evidence Trump tried to influence the FBI's investigation into links between Russian Federation and Trump's campaign.
Republican House Oversight Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz of Utah said Mueller was a "great selection". We need the facts. Republican congressional leaders had resisted the idea, and there had been no clear sign that Trump or his top White House aides were about to announce it. "It is obvious that there are some people out there who want to harm the president". That came hours after The New York Times reported on a memo authored by Comey that said Trump asked the then-FBI director end his investigation into Flynn.
The White House disputed Comey's account of the February conversation concerning Flynn, but did not offer specifics.
Trump fired Flynn on February 13, on grounds that he had misled Vice President Mike Pence and other officials about his contacts with Russians.
This isn't Amash's first foray into one of Trump's controversies.
When Trump fired Comey, he said he did so based on Comey's very public handling of the Hillary Clinton email probe and how it affected his leadership of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Shortly after Warner's comments, the committee released a statement from him and chairman Richard Burr, a North Carolina Republican, reiterating their request for Comey to testify and to acting director Andrew McCabe to turn over documents "regarding any communications he may have had with senior White House and Department of Justice officials related to investigations into Russia's efforts". "Memos, transcripts, tapes - the list keeps getting longer", he said.
Despite reports Mr Trump shared the information in a way that would have allowed the Russians to work out its origin, General McMaster asserted the President "in no way compromised any sources".
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Nick Zakrasek, a product manager for Google, said the aim of the service is to "increase the efficiency of job matching". Google Photos and Google Drive aren't doing too bad either, with more than half a million users each as well.
The software held the victims' computers hostage and threatened to delete their files unless they paid $300. In a year ago India has seen at least three sophisticated ransomware attacks on Indian companies and banks.
Removed from a schedule distributed to reporters earlier this week by Israel's government was a planned visit by Trump to Masada. The flap emerged amid a New York Times report that Israel, one of America's closest allies, was the source of intelligence Mr.
US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley pledged Tuesday that the US plans to "tighten the screws" on North Korea's nuclear ambitions. No draft resolution was circulated to the full council, but Haley said the United States was working with China on a text.
He told the Eau Claire newspaper the Prairie Lakes Estates trailer park is a mess and they were still searching Tuesday night. Helicopter video from WCCO-TV and KARE-TV shows extensive damage at the trailer park, with several homes reduced to rubble.
His comedy drama " Swiss Army Man " was met with majority positive reviews from critics after its premiere previous year . Radcliffe plans to try his hand at comedy in Miracle Workers, a workplace sitcom about-where else?- heaven.
North Korea's Sunday missile test was the first successful launch since the deployment of the THAAD system in early May . The North has vowed to develop a missile mounted with a nuclear warhead that can strike the mainland United States.
The requests sent to Stone and Page covered documents and information from June 2015 through January 20 of this year. Burr and Warner originally requested the documents addressed in the Wednesday subpoena in a letter dated April 28.
Smith said Microsoft released a security update to the Windows operating system to patch the vulnerability on March 14. The major cyber attack had brought operations at hospitals, telecommunications firms and other companies to a halt.
Jury gets case in Oklahoma officer's trial
They must decide whether Tulsa officer Betty Jo Shelby went too far September 16 when she killed 40-year-old Terence Crutcher. Prosecutors have argued that Shelby recklessly escalated tension, turning the routine traffic issue into a deadly encounter.
Chris Cornell Dead: Soundgarden Rocker Dies, Aged 52
Chris was in the middle of a USA tour with Soundgarden, and the grunge band were due to play in Columbus, Ohio on Friday. Cornell's representative Brian Bumbery told the Associated Press that Cornell had passed away last night (May 17).
Ransomware hits 'hundreds of thousands' of China PCs
However, a second wave of the attack that many feared would be carried out with mutated versions of the malware did not happen. James Clapper told ABC's "This Week" on Sunday that he expects similar attacks to become a growing problem in the future.
Ducks resting up for aggressive Preds down 2-1 in West
But this is a business at the end of the day and you have to win to stay together, and we want to keep this group together. A native of Hamilton, Ontario, O'Brien was drafted in the fourth round of the 2012 NHL Entry Draft by the Anaheim Ducks.
Chelsea Manning leaves military prison
She remained housed at Fort Leavenworth, an all-male Army prison, despite her request to transfer to a civilian women's prison. Manning's original sentence was longer than those handed down to military personnel convicted of murder, rape, and war crimes.
Rockies-Twins game postponed by stormy weather
Freeland (4-2) allowed three runs on five hits in six innings while striking out three, but he did issue four walks. An RBI groundout by Wolters and a bloop single down the left-field line by Blackmon quickly put the Rockies up 2-0.
Trump to address graduates of US Coast Guard Academy
However, Mr Putin said Mr Trump did not pass over secrets and dismissed the scandal as "political schizophrenia". Comey's memo would be the clearest evidence to date that the president has tried to influence the investigation.