Coincidentally, Bill Clinton fired an FBI director named Sessions, while Donald Trump fired one on the advice of an attorney general named Sessions. Then, there are several substantial similarities between the two firings.
(CNSNews.com) -- Commenting on the investigations about alleged Russian interference in the 2016 election and reported U.S. intelligence surveillance, Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) said "some in the media" were wrong in their reporting because Donald Trump certainly was wiretapped or "surveilled."
On Sean Hannity’s nationally syndicated radio talk show program Tuesday, Rand Paul discussed his concerns with the growing power of the U.S. intelligence agencies, saying, it “worries me” that the intelligence community in the United States has gotten so much power.
Apparently, the FBI's Webmaster didn't get the memo about James Comey being fired.
Today, leading Democrats are criticizing President Donald Trump’s firing of FBI Director, but late last year, they were calling for him to be replaced.
“Sorry, Nationals fans, that’s not for you,” Washington Nationals’ star outfielder Bryce Harper explains about the gesture he makes every time he crosses home plate.
On his nationally syndicated radio talk show Monday, host Mark Levin analyzed a response he received from the secret FISA court, saying, “Time will tell” what comes of the Landmark Legal Foundation filing that ordered an investigation of surveillance leaks; “There’s no hiding.”