Former special counsel Robert Mueller has agreed to appear before the House Judiciary and Intelligence panels to answer questions next week, and Republicans are ready to give him the grilling of his career. In an exclusive interview with One America’s John Hines, Judiciary Committee member Jim Jordan discussed the infamous Steele dossier and his strategy for Mueller’s upcoming appearance before Congress.
A popular school for the children of foreign diplomats in Russia is reportedly denying visas to dozens of U.S. teachers.
The Trump administration will no longer sell the F-35 fighter jet to Turkey now that it has begun receiving shipments of an advanced missile defense system from Russia.
President Trump is drawing a line in the sand when it comes to defense spending. On Tuesday, the White House made its opposition known to the House version of the National Defense Authorization Act, which is headed for a vote this week.
Russian president Vladimir Putin says he’s ready to restart arms control discussions with the U.S. In an interview published Thursday, Putin said he has seen signs Washington is considering resuming bilateral dialogue, on a “wide-ranging strategic agenda.” This comes on the heels of Russia’s formal withdrawal Wednesday from the 1987 INF treaty, following the Trump administration withdrawal in February.
OPEC has agreed to extend its cuts to oil production despite push back from the U.S. The member nations agreed to the move Monday in hopes of boosting the price of crude oil in the face of a weakening global economy.
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan is insisting there will be no U.S. sanctions if it goes through with a Russian missile purchase.
During the G20 summit, President Trump was asked by reporters whether he would confront Russian President Vladimir Putin about foreign interference in U.S. democracy. In hopes of finally putting the issue to rest, the president lightly addressed the issue face-to-face with the Russian leader, saying “don’t meddle in the election.”
President Trump met with the Australian prime minister on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Japan. During a working dinner Thursday, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said Australia and the U.S. have achieved many accomplishments through the years of their strong relationship