Koepka channeled some of his Ryder Cup moxie (where he went 3-1 as a rookie) to leapfrog all challengers to hoist the trophy, and he did everything he needed to on the Sunday of the U.S. Xander Schauffele rounded off a stunning breakthrough week with a 69 that earned a share of fifth place with Bill Haas (69) and Rickie Fowler (72), who again flattered to deceive on the final day of a major.
In the ninth, Nelson got Hunter Renfroe looking for the first out and Cory Spangenberg followed by lining out to first. The Brewers hit three of their own, including an inside-the-park homer by Orlando Arcia that put Milwaukee on the board in the third.
At the December meeting with Kislyak, Kushner suggested establishing a secure communications line between Trump officials and the Kremlin at a Russian diplomatic facility, according to U.S. It's "only a matter of time before Rachel Brand is the acting attorney general for purposes of this investigation", tweeted Matt Miller, MSNBC justice and security analyst and former Justice Department spokesman.
In a statement calling such a move a "blatant violation" of the president's oath of office, Feinstein warned, "If the president thinks he can fire Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein and replace him with someone who will shut down the investigation, he's in for a rude awakening".
He said Trump could even order the special-counsel regulations repealed and fire Mueller himself. He said the president could ask his attorney general or, because Jeff Sessions has recused himself, ask his deputy attorney general, a civil servant, Rod Rosenstein , to do it.
Pakistan , however, were on top of the world after their victory. But Pakistan made one change, with the fit-again Mohammad Amir returning from the back spasm that saw him mis Wednesday's impressive eight-wicket semi-final win over previously unbeaten tournament hosts England in Cardiff.
Trump friend Chris Ruddy , the CEO of Newsmax , has gone so far as to suggest the president was already thinking about " terminating " Mueller. "I think we should let Bob Mueller do his work and get to the bottom of it, and get to the bottom of it quickly so that he can be vindicated..." President Donald Trump speaks on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, Monday during a ceremony honoring the 2016 NCAA Football National Champions Clemson University Tigers.
Scotland Yard has said the rescue operation by emergency services on the site will take weeks and the death toll is also expected to rise further, though not all victims may be identified due to the nature of the burns. A representative of the families who met with May and spoke to reporters briefly after leaving 10th Downing Street said "we will be making this in the community, with the community".
US President Donald Trump is pictured with US Congressman and Majority Whip Steve Scalise in March. The bullet fractured bones, injured internal organs and caused severe bleeding, the MedStar Washington Hospital Center said in a statement Thursday.
Some 2,000 people marched through St. Paul following the verdict, chanting: "Yanez guilty". Castile's girlfriend, Diamond Reynolds , streamed the immediate aftermath of the shooting on Facebook . "I'm sure he's looking down, and that's the symbol of the wings", Iman said. Castile isn't the only one frustrated by the verdict, especially in the face of the Facebook Live video that seems to indicate Castile's cooperation before he was shot .
Mr Mueller is leading an Federal Bureau of Investigation inquiry into Russia's alleged meddling in the 2016 presidential election . The president launched his latest tweetstorm Friday morning, during which he once again blasted the mainstream media, described the probes of his administration as a "witch hunt" and seemingly confirmed that he is now under investigation.
Those who have agreed to be interviewed include: Dan Coats, director of national intelligence; Mike Rogers, chief of the National Security Agency; and Richard Ledgett, who recently left his post as deputy to Rogers. "Mueller is setting up a dragnet of obstruction, financial questions and every aspect of Trump's life and his associates lives", said former House Speaker Newt Gingrich , who labeled it "very risky".
Ruddy told ABC News that he stands by his comments that the president is considering asking Rosenstein to terminate Mueller. Trump can not directly dismiss Mueller. Conservative commentator Ann Coulter offered a similar message, tweeting, "Now that we know TRUMP IS NOT UNDER INVESTIGATION, Sessions should take it back & fire Mueller".
House Majority Whip Steve Scalise looks like he will make an "excellent recovery", doctors say - but that wasn't always the case. He is still listed in critical condition.The statement noted that he has done better over the past 24 hours but will require further surgery and will stay in the hospital for some time .
American Brooks Koepka reacts after making a birdie during the second round of the 2017 US Open at Erin Hills in Hartford, Wisconsin. Dustin Johnson , Rory McIlroy and Jason Day all failed to make the cut on Friday, the first time that the top three players in the world failed to qualify for weekend play at the championship since the rankings were created in 1986.
Scalise sustained a gunshot wound to the hip that broke bones, caused damage to internal organs and caused severe bleeding. An update posted to Scalise's official Twitter account said that he underwent another surgery on Saturday, and added that he continues to show signs of improvement.
There is wide consensus that Trump is not doing himself any legal favors by repeatedly referring to it on Twitter. That man is deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein , who made the decision to appoint a special counsel to investigate whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russian Federation.
Good Sunday morning. It will be a quiet start to Father's Day with patchy fog through 8AM. Then it's another warm and muggy night as lows only reach the lower 70s. Air Temp: Near 80; Water Temp: 69; Waves: 1-3 ft.; Wind: SW 10-15 kts. The rest of the week does hold the possibility for showers or t-storms with humidity back up by the end of the week.
Scalise "continues to show signs of improvement", MedStar Washington Hospital Center said in a statement Saturday evening. Lobbyist Matt Mika, who was shot several times and critically wounded, has undergone additional surgery and doctors expect a full recovery, his family said.
The deputy attorney general, who's been in law enforcement for close to three decades, is back in the news after the President tweeted Friday morning that he is being investigated for his role in firing former FBI Director James Comey and seemed to accuse Rosenstein of overseeing a "witch hunt" against him.
If Mr Trump instructs Mr Rosenstein to dump Mr Mueller, it would evoke memories of 1973, when two top Justice Department officials, Mr Elliott Richardson and Mr Bill Ruckelshaus, resigned rather than obey then President Richard Nixon's order to fire Mr Archibald Cox, the special prosecutor conducting the Watergate investigation.
Evergreen State College in Olympia has recently been embroiled in racial tensions. "Yes, I am on my way to Evergreen [College] now with a.44 Magnum", a man told a dispatcher officer, according to CNN affiliate KIRO. Since then, the Olympia, Washington , campus has devolved into chaos, while the school administration cowers and capitulates to student mob rule. The school said it soon will determine when to fully reopen campus.
Your afternoon shot of politics, sent straight from the desk of Joshua Miller. On May 26, the media claimed citing alleged intercepts of Russian communications reviewed by USA officials that Kushner has suggested to Russian Ambassador to the United States Sergey Kislyak using Russian diplomatic facilities to shield the talks ahead of Trump's inauguration from being monitored.
The White House used a memo he wrote to justify Trump's decision to fire FBI Director James Comey , but Trump's firing of Comey may now be part of the probe. icon though he may be. In the meeting, Trump requested that the men "put that recommendation in writing", the White House has contended, prompting Rosenstein to offer a formal recommendation to Trump that Comey be fired because he mishandled the investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails.
Mueller has hired 13 new lawyers to help him handle his investigation into whether Trump obstructed justice and if members of his presidential campaign colluded with Russian Federation to influence the outcome of the 2016 election .
Attendees said they hope events like this one help people to remember where they've come from. Bruce Madison said, "Celebrate what we have and how far we have come and see how far we got to go". Area residents turned out for the parade, live music and speakers from a few causes that she holds dear - including celebrating Father's Day, which coincided with the event.
For those convinced of his guilt in Constand's case, that's not likely to feel like justice. And Steele on Sunday denied a media report that Cosby had ever been offered a plea deal. you get what you need". The officer told the court he didn't want to shoot Castile, who had told police during the traffic stop that he legally had a gun in the auto, but did so because "I thought I was going to die".
He said a Friday tweet from Trump was specifically directed at a story in The Washington Post about the expanding probe into Russia's election meddling. Trump had viewed Sessions' recusal as unnecessary, even though Justice Department regulations made it nearly impossible to avoid. KEITH: And that might explain why Rosenstein is now apparently the target of Trump's ire.
Donald Trump has appeared to confirm he is under investigation for obstruction of justice , claiming he is being probed for firing FBI director James Comey by the man who told him to do it. The memo from the transition's general counsel directs all staffers and volunteers who worked on the Trump transition to "preserve any written documents.as well as any electronic information" related to Russia , Ukraine and any foreign travel by Trump transition members.
But because Cuban rules requires tour groups to have government guides and use state-run tour buses, the requirement has given the Cuban government near-total control of travelers' itineraries and funneled much of their spending to state enterprises.