As the scandal surrounding Donald Trump and his presidential campaign's ties to Russian Federation continues to plague the White House, the House Intelligence Committee will interview its first major witness next week.
The groups, Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington and the National Security Archive, filed the lawsuit Thursday morning in federal court in Washington.
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On Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer defended the Trump White House against accusations that it blocked press access and derided reporters for trying to promote themselves with snarky questions during press briefings.
CREW and NSA say they have the legal standing to sue, though that assertion likely will be challenged by the White House. Michelle Obama once jokingly described the mansion as a "really nice prison".
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Irish nationals will not need to apply as their status will be protected by the Common Travel Area of agreement. "I believe it is a generous offer".
Now that President Trump has hired his own attorneys to deal with the expanding Russian Federation probe, early Trump supporter, White House counsel, and noted asshole Don McGahn can actually do the things a White House lawyer is supposed to do, like scout for federal judges and offer legal advice on proposed legislation. She once made a Target run hiding behind dark glasses and a baseball cap. A White House official told Newsweek, "The White House doesn't permit the use of apps such as this and works diligently to ensure all staff comply with the Presidential Records Act".
That's still only a hope when it comes to the Trumps.
The first lady, who is known to do extensive research and homework ahead of White House events, planned the picnic with a focus on bringing people together in this political climate.
Many in the drone and retail industry, however, believe that regulation is actually needed to explore opportunities that are now against the law - such as Federal Aviation Administration rules that strictly limit drone use.
These sources added that the event occurred during a meeting about special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation, and Trump's frustration with claims that he attempted to obstruct justice in firing former FBI Director James Comey.
"It's just hard to imagine that it's going to be frustrating", he said.