Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani says he is "supportive" of President-elect Donald Trump's decision not to pursue any further investigations of his former Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton.
Comey's second letter, sent three days before the election, stated that the Federal Bureau of Investigation maintained its July recommendation not to charge Clinton. I feel that I want to focus on jobs, I want to focus on health care, I want to focus on the border and immigration and doing a really great immigration bill. "My inclination would be for whatever power I have on the matter is to say let's go forward.This has been looked at for so long, ad nauseum".
I thought we elected (Trump) president.
Unsurprisingly, scientists working on alleviating the effects of climate change are anxious about the future of their projects.
Now elected and due to become president on January 20, when he was confronted by Times columnist Thomas Friedman he admitted there may be a link between human industry and global warming.More news: What the CFP selection committee taught us: Week 12
- Said he thinks there's "some connectivity" between humans and climate change, a reversal from his campaign trail declaration that man-made climate change is a hoax. "There is some, something. Some, something. It depends on how much".
He also told NYT reporters and editors he doesn't support white supremacists, whom he went on to denounce, but defended his chief strategist Steven Bannon by saying he was not racist. And he may no longer try to "cancel" the nation's participation in the Paris climate change agreement, which almost 200 nations signed in 2015 to limit greenhouse gas emissions. You wouldn't leave NY. "And if they are energised I want to look into it and find out why".
The chance of a Trump presidency being blocked is slight, according to Fairvote.org there has been just 157 faithless electors in the last 228 years - and 71 of them changed their mind because of a candidate's death. "She's been called out for her bad acts with the server".
Trump now: He now seems to be changing his mind after talking with retired Gen. James Mattis, a leading candidate to become secretary of defense. She lost the election under the U.S. Electoral College system. The visitors have included Mitt Romney, the 2012 GOP presidential candidate who called Trump unfit for office. Trump is quoted as telling the same story about Mattis, adding, "I was surprised [by his answer], because he's known as being like the toughest guy". "I was surprised, because he's known as being like the toughest guy".