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White House denies FISA confusion

White House denies FISA confusion

After NBC's Hallie Jackson asked how in light of Trump's mixed messages, the public "is supposed to trust... that the people representing the president's position actually are", Sanders suggested Jackson was not educated enough to understand the FISA issue.

"If [Democrats] say "thanks but no thanks" to the wall -" Acosta began to wonder how the Trump administration would react to Democrats expressing disinterest in a border wall as part of a deal before Sanders laid down the hammer on him. "The president fully supports the 702 and was happy to see that it passed today. But, he does have some overall concern with the FISA program more generally". "It's just a bad thing to have come out of your mouth as a White House correspondent or as a journalist". She suggested reporters were the only ones left confused, prompting Trump to issue a second tweet almost two hours later. The president appeared to both criticize and back the legislation, which the House reauthorized by a vote of 256-164 Thursday.

Darrell Bevell fired as offensive coordinator of the Seahawks
It was the Seahawks' final offensive play of Super Bowl XLIX three years ago that drew the most heat from Seahawks fans. It's part of the reason Seattle's run game was so dominant in those four seasons.

I also agree that the media spends entirely too much time and attention on tweets at the expense of serious and balanced policy analysis.

Trump was referring to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, which lets spy agencies collect information on foreign targets overseas.

Trump answers question about possible Mueller interview by attacking Hillary Clinton
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With the resignations and sacking of many top aides since Trump took charge in the Oval Office, there have been reports of many allies of the president who are close to making their exit from White House.

2 militants killed in encounter with security forces in Jammu and Kashmir
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