The president will welcome Netanyahu for his third White House visit since Trump took office, the White house said Wednesday.
Cummings said the administration has not turned over "a single piece of paper to our committee or made a single official available for testimony during the 116th Congress" related to the ongoing committee investigations. The panel asked recipients to respond to the requests by March 18.
On at least two occasions, the White House has pushed back on efforts by the committee to reach out to former White House officials, arguing that topics pertaining to former officials' work should be sorted out with the White House first - even if the officials are no longer federal employees.
Cummings wrote in the Post that while the White House offered to allow the committee to "read - but not keep - a few pages of policy documents", but he alleges that those materials had "nothing to do" with the investigations. However, it is now unclear how much information she will be releasing to the investigation. He added that committee investigators are in contact with others on their list who have said they would be more comfortable responding to a subpoena, rather than a voluntary request. The deadline for that request was Monday, but the White House didn't so much as bother to send a customary note outlining its reasons for refusing to comply.
Democratic investigators singled out any documents relating to the infamous Trump Tower meeting between Trump 2016 campaign officials, Trump family members and a Russian lawyer in June 2016-as well as the alleged drafting of a misleading statement about the involvement of Trump's oldest son Donald Trump Jr.
Last year, while testifying behind closed doors before that committee, when Republicans controlled the House, Hicks reportedly answered questions about the presidential campaign and transition but declined to discuss her tenure in the White House.
Hicks isn't the only former White House official who is cooperating with the House Judiciary Committee. AMI was part of a "catch and kill" scheme during the 2016 campaign to pay off women who said they had affairs with Mr. Trump.
Rabbi Achiad Ettinger, critically wounded in Sunday's shooting attack at the Ariel Junction in Samaria passed away this morning. The leaders of the two parties are using the Israeli-Palestinian conflict to boost their electorate.
But their shared view that the House should not start impeachment proceedings against him are based on starkly different reasons. Democratic Caucus Chairman Hakeem Jeffries of NY made this point bluntly: "We did not run on impeachment".
A government-funded gun buyback and a virtual ban on owning semi-automatic rifles cut private gun ownership by nearly a third. A Radio New Zealand report said more than 99 percent of people who applied for a firearms licence in 2017 were successful.
Authorities say the coaches accepted bribes in exchange for admitting students as athletes, regardless of their ability. Federal agents obtained emails from Loughlin allegedly implicating her in the scam, according to the documents .
He said the economic policies it contains would "generate more than enough revenue to pay" for tax cuts passed on Trump's watch. Medicaid is a health-care program for low-income and disabled Americans, run jointly by states and the federal government.
So even if your app is free, you are still paying Apple to use its platform and tools, which Apple conveniently forgot to mention. Ek complained that "numerous other apps on the App Store, like Uber or Deliveroo", don't have to pay "the Apple tax".
Hallmark Cards Inc. says it will no longer working with Loughlin and has stopped development of all productions involving her. In the midst of the ivy league bribing scandal , Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman aren't the ones getting most of the heat.
Gunmen opened fire in two separate mosques in Christchurch on Friday, killing 49 people and wounding 48 others. When speaking to reporters later, Aziz said he wasn't the one that deserves credit for his quick thinking.
Tate acknowledged the signing on Twitter, tweeting an image of the "I love New York" logo and making it his new profile picture. Tate was traded from Detroit to Philadelphia before the trade deadline in October for a third-round pick in the upcoming draft.
Confirming his run to Texan TV outlet KTSM , Mr O'Rourke said: "I'm really proud of what El Paso did and what El Paso represents". His track record during six years in the US House of Representatives is thin. "It's a big part of why I'm running".
Armed Man Chased, Fired On New Zealand Mosque Shooter
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker tweeted that he learned of the attack "with horror and profound sadness". Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan called the attacks the "latest example of rising racism and Islamophobia".
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Gov. Gavin Newsom will suspend death penalty in California
Nonetheless, Newsom's action is the latest indication of how California politics have changed around capital punishment . Executions have increasingly been the domain of red states, thanks largely to Texas's dominance in capital punishment.