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It is only soft romantic songs that I am nervous rendering, said the actress turned singer For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Washington | Published: December 3 2017 7:18 pm US President Donald Trump (AP photo) Related News President Donald Trump said today in a tweet that he never asked former FBI Director James Comey to stop investigating his ex-national security adviser Michael Flynn issuing a fresh denial amid a shifting timeline on when he may have known that Flynn had lied to the FBI Trump said on Twitter before dawn “I never asked Comey to stop investigating Flynn Just more Fake News covering another Comey lie” The president reiterated his version of events after Comey testified before Congress in June that Trump had asked him in a one-on-one meeting if he could see to “letting Flynn go” Trump shifted his story yesterday on why he fired Flynn lumping in the retired Army lieutenant general’s lies to the FBI along with his untruthfulness with Vice President Mike Pence The president’s initial explanation was that Flynn had to go because he hadn’t been straight with Pence about contacts with Russian officials Lying to the FBI is a crime and one that Flynn acknowledged Friday in pleading guilty and agreeing to cooperate with the special counsel’s Russia investigation Trump tweeted Saturday: “I had to fire General Flynn because he lied to the Vice President and the FBI He has pled guilty to those lies It is a shame because his actions during the transition were lawful There was nothing to hide” Amid questions raised by the tweet Trump associates tried to put distance Saturday evening between the president himself and the tweet One person familiar with the situation said the tweet was actually crafted by John Dowd one of the president’s personal attorneys Dowd declined to comment when reached by The Associated Press last night In another email wrinkle in the investigation into Trump’s ties to Russia The New York Times reported yesterday that emails among top Trump transition officials suggested that Flynn was in close contact with other senior members of the transition team before and after he spoke to Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak A Dec 29 email from KT McFarland a transition adviser to Trump suggested that Russian sanctions announced by the Obama administration had been aimed at discrediting Trump’s victory She wrote the sanctions could also make it more difficult for Trump to ease tensions with Russia “which has just thrown the USA election to him” she wrote in the emails obtained by the Times A White House attorney told the newspaper McFarland only meant that Democrats were portraying it that way It’s unclear why Trump would cite lying to the FBI as a reason for firing Flynn Doing so suggests the president knew at the time that Flynn had done something that is against the law and therefore the investigation could not be as frivolous as he’s been portraying It’s also unclear how he would know that if information about Russian contacts had not reached him as he has been implying in his own defense Flynn left the White House in February only acknowledging that he had given an incomplete account to Pence of his conversations with Kislyak After Trump forced Flynn out he asked Comey to end the bureau’s probe in the matter according to Comey’s account Comey refused and Trump fired him too Then-White House spokesman Sean Spicer said after Flynn’s firing that it was the result of a “trust issue” and the White House counsel’s office had determined there was not a legal issue “Whether or not he actually misled the vice president was the issue and that was ultimately what led to the president asking for and accepting the resignation of Gen Flynn” Spicer told reporters on Feb 14 “That’s it pure and simple It was a matter of trust” Trump has been publicly dismissive of Comey and of special counsel Robert Mueller’s continuing investigation and was often generous in his appraisal of Flynn except to say his adviser could not stay on the job after misleading his vice president At the time Pence said Trump was justified in firing Flynn because Flynn had lied to him Neither Trump nor Pence indicated concern then that the FBI had not been told the true story Pence who served as head of Trump’s transition has not publicly commented on Flynn’s plea Trump turned to Twitter again later last night railing about why Flynn was prosecuted but his Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton was not for her alleged misdeeds He tweeted: “So General Flynn lies to the FBI and his life is destroyed while Crooked Hillary Clinton on that now famous FBI holiday ‘interrogation’ with no swearing in and no recording lies many times…and nothing happens to her Rigged system or just a double standard” He then added: “Many people in our Country are asking what the ‘Justice’ Department is going to do about the fact that totally Crooked Hillary AFTER receiving a subpoena from the United States Congress deleted and ‘acid washed’ 33000 Emails No justice” Clinton was voluntarily interviewed for more than three hours at FBI headquarters in July 2016 She was not in custody during her interview and so in accordance with standard FBI and Justice Department protocol her interview would not have been recorded A Justice Department policy on recorded interrogations applies to individuals who have been arrested and are in custody It is nonetheless a crime to lie to the FBI about any material fact in an investigation Comey has said Clinton did not lie to the FBI during her interview For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Bangkok | Published: August 23 2017 11:50 am Opposition activists said a guilty verdict would fuel anti-government anger and could spark a smattering of small protests in defiance of a government ban particularly in the north and northeast where support for the Shinawatras appears unwavering Related News A long-awaited verdict in the trial of former Thai prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra this week could inflame tension and would likely have far-reaching implications in the politically divided kingdom The ruling military said more than 3000 of Yingluck’s supporters could show up at the court on Friday in what would be one of the biggest political gatherings since Yingluck’s government was ousted in a 2014 coup Thousands of policemen will be on hand in a bid to head off the sort of trouble that has become a hallmark of antagonistic Thai politics over the past decade or more Yingluck has been accused of negligence in her handling of a multi-billion dollar rice subsidy scheme under which the government bought rice from farmers at inflated prices That led to stockpiles of rotting grain distorted world prices and lost Thailand its crown as the world’s top exporter Losses amounted to $8 billion this government says Critics said the scheme was engineered by Yingluck’s brother former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra to shore up support among rural voters who have handed electoral victory to a Shinawatra party in every election since 2001 Yingluck has denied wrongdoing and has said she is the victim of political persecution She faces up to 10 years in jail if found guilty of negligence A military-backed legislature found her guilty in a separate impeachment case in 2015 and banned her from politics for five years for failing to exercise sufficient oversight of the subsidy scheme Despite that Yingluck remains the unofficial face of the Shinawatra political machine which supporters say the royalist-military establishment is determined to sideline once and for all Opposition activists said a guilty verdict would fuel anti-government anger and could spark a smattering of small protests in defiance of a government ban particularly in the north and northeast where support for the Shinawatras appears unwavering “If she is found guilty there will surely be some action by underground resistance forces” said a leader of the pro-Shinawatra “red shirt” movement in the northeastern city of Khon Kaen who declined to be identified “There are plans to burn tyres at up to 10 locations in Khon Kaen” A spokeswoman said Yingluck did not agree with the threat by the activist leader to use force and her party said any support for her should be peaceful Yingluck was at her Bangkok home on Wednesday where she donated alms to Buddhist monks and was preparing for the court’s decision her lawyer said “The defence team and former prime minister Yingluck are ready to hear the verdict” her lawyer Norrawit Larlaeng Yingluck’s lawyer told Reuters Police were setting up a barricades and a checkpoint outside the Supreme Court where the verdict will be delivered while Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha said the government wanted to avoid trouble “The government is worried about the people We don’t want to use force” Prayuth a former army chief who ousted Yingluck’s government in the 2014 coup told reporters POLITICAL IMPACT Former telecommunications tycoon Thaksin Shinawatra overthrown in a 2006 coup and living quietly in self-exile to avoid a 2008 conviction for graft he said was politically motivated has made no public comment on his sister’s case Trakool Meechai a former political science professor at Bangkok’s Chulalongkorn University said widespread sustained protests in response to a conviction of Yingluck were unlikely given the firm grip the military has imposed But in the long-term a conviction could deter future governments from intervening to support markets “No matter how this case turns out it will have an impact on Thai politics” Trakool told Reuters “This case will be a litmus test for how future politicians will manage the country” A verdict of innocent would invigorate the rank and file of the Shinawatras’ embattled Puea Thai Party and boost its prospects in a general election the junta has promised to hold in 2018 “If the case is thrown out it will increase the strength of Yingluck and her Puea Thai Party and this will show in the next election” Trakool said Two potential leaders have emerged to lead the party in the election one of them from within the Shinawatra family But a guilty verdict would spell the end of Yingluck’s political career deal a heavy blow to the Shinawatras and their loyalists and deepen the political divisions that the military has vowed to heal For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Siddhartha Mathur | Published: October 15.
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