Trump defended his comments with a specious hypothetical that, just because he meets with "foreign governments" all the time, should he "call the Federal Bureau of Investigation about these calls and meetings?" "If we are to secure justice and ensure this never happens again, we must impeach him".
President Trump regularly tweets about the "fake news media", but it seems he's shared a bit of fake news himself with a recent royal blunder.
That would be Charles, prince of Wales, whom he met last week at World War II commemorations in Britain.
U.S. President Donald Trump may have inadvertently given a boost to a local whale watching company. Wales is one of the four countries that make up the United Kingdom, along with England, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
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Now, there's no collusion. "If I thought there was something wrong, I'd go maybe to the Federal Bureau of Investigation ".
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It also said it would retain its ability to use global carbon credits to help to meet the target. The UK is already a centre for clean growth and innovation.
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Some Republicans are becoming restless with the topic, and Burr received considerable blowback from colleagues over the subpoena. The Trump team had initially tried to cover up the meeting, providing conflicting stories about its goal and what happened.
Trump's tweets were an apparent response to criticism of comments he made on Sunday that he would accept information from a foreign government that was damaging to an election opponent, without reporting it to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Or does he literally believe that Charles is the heir to the throne of a species of gigantic aquatic mammals?
Trump, whether of his own accord or perhaps after seeing a host mock-ups of Charles with a dorsal fin posted in reply, deleted the tweet and corrected it to the proper spelling. The tweet also included a Photoshopped picture of Donald Trump meeting with the company. "Now it's actually called extreme weather, because with extreme weather you can't miss", Trump said.