Published: Fri, January 12, 2018
Global | By Shelia Dennis

White House denies FISA confusion

White House denies FISA confusion

The Trump administration issued a late Wednesday statement endorsing renewal of FISA warrant authorities which was thrown into confusion after the president appeared to express disapproval of it in a Thursday morning tweet.

"There are folks out there that said there is a cause and effect, that he watches something on "Fox & friends" and then he tweets about it". The president, she said, has been following the topic and "wanted to put something out".

At minimum, Trump was sending mixed signals.

Sanders did not elaborate when asked what border security might look like, nor whether it would entail a physical wall.

Here's the proof of Hrithik Roshan being the best babysitter
However, they have been spotted together regularly, especially while spending time with their two sons, Hridaan and Hrehaan. HRFC Odisha, founded by Pranay Kumar Nayak of Khordha, has been celebrating Hrithik's birthday for the last five years.

Regarding FISA, Sanders said Americans should not have their rights and liberties abused but felt they should be protected.

According to a source cited by CBS News, the White House is facing an exodus of staff drawn to higher pay in the private sector amid plunging morale and exhaustion. For about two hours, they were phenomenal.

In this installment, audiences can enjoy Sanders' frank answers about everything from Eric Trump's birthday to the president's favorite part of his job.

"I'm sure you are disappointed he's not watching CNN", the press secretary snarked. "To us, that's a pretty normal day".

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Richard Durbin talked about Haiti , Trump began to ask why we want people from Haiti and more Africans in the United States . In response to the reported "shithole countries" comments, the White House did not deny that the president used the phrase.

"House votes on controversial FISA ACT today".

GLAAD tweeted video of the exchange between Johnson and Sanders, along with its response to the administration's inaction.

"So how are people supposed to trust - not us, as reporters, but lawmakers, stakeholders, policymakers - that the people representing the president's position actually are?"

When pressed by MSNBC's Hallie Jackson to acknowledge that the series of events was confusing, Sanders declined, stating that "the premise of your question is ridiculous" and "shows the lack of knowledge that you have on this process". This time, Sanders dropped the veil and just flat-out insulted a journalist's intelligence.

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