"Somebody said that her visa or her passport to come into the country was approved by Attorney General Lynch, now maybe that's wrong, I just heard that a little while ago ..."
"Look, I think if you want to talk about having relationships with Russia, I'd look no further than the Clintons", Sanders said. In another, he showed a picture of himself, Trump, and a mutual friend captioned: "The A-Team - headed to the White House".
Trump told the reporters on the flight that twice he asked Putin whether the Russian government interfered in last year's presidential election. Trump Jr. released a series of emails about the meeting in which he said he would "love" to learn of information that could have harmed the Clinton campaign.
"Let's be the smart people not the stupid people".
Trump said the US and France face "grave threats from terrorist organizations that wage war on innocent lives", but said the countries "stand united against these enemies of humanity".
"Russia, if you're listening, I hope you're able to find the 30,000 [Clinton] emails that are missing", Trump said in a news conference last July. After Trump's remarks Thursday in Paris, Claremont McKenna political science professor Jack Pitney tweeted that when he did opposition research at the Republican National Committee, if he had "taken such a meeting, my boss would have fired me & called the FBI".
Trump's comments aboard Air Force One are not only at tension with what he said earlier Wednesday.
"If there's been any evidence evidence of collusion in 2016 that has been discussed it would be between the DNC and the Ukrainian government", she said at a White House press briefing.
One of Trump's most notable achievements has been the Senate confirmation of his Supreme Court pick Neil Gorsuch.
Sen. Charles E. Grassley, (R-Iowa), chairman of the Judiciary Committee, sent a letter to DHS and the State Department Wednesday asking for information about the decision to admit Veselnitskaya to the U.S. "The information they suggested they had about Hillary Clinton I thought was Political Opposition Research", he added. That's what Putin doesn't like about me.
The increasing whiff in Washington is further damaging Mr Trump's credibility and authority, and raising concerns the US might become less reliable as a military and trading partner.
"On the other hand", he said, "we do need to spend money to make sure voters are hearing about Trumpcare and Republicans' efforts to repeal the (Affordable Care Act)". First, have the Trumpites not been telling us for six months that no collusion ever happened? "There was nothing to tell". Ryan did say it was "important" for investigators to "get to the bottom" of the meeting. It came to light only after he amended those forms - and someone familiar with their contents dropped a dime to the Times. This time, it's hitting former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort and senior White House adviser Jared Kushner. "We have a very good relationship, a good friendship", he said, calling Macron "a great president" and "tough". Could we do a call first thing next week when I am back?
Still, polls have shown the vast majority of Republican voters are sticking with Trump. "He is exactly the model of the business mark the Russians target in their election interference strategies".
The U.S. attorney described the grant of parole immigration as extremely rare.