Spicer refers Russian Federation investigation questions to Trump's outside attorney

Spicer refers Russian Federation investigation questions to Trump's outside attorney

Spicer refers Russian Federation investigation questions to Trump's outside attorney

In this photo taken April 20, 2017, White House Communications Director Mike Dubke arrives in the East Room of the White House in Washington.

Lewandowski tells "Fox & Friends" that he wants to help promote Trump's agenda whether he's inside the White House or not.

A White House spokeswoman said the Russian Federation investigation and the series of news stories that have pummeled the administration in recent weeks have had no impact on hiring.

Dubke is the founder of Crossroads Media, a GOP media relations firm, and co-founder at the Blackrock Group, a communications and public affairs firm.

A Republican consultant, Dubke joined the White House team in February.

He says Trump is best served by having staff around him who know him well.

May seeks deal to stay in power
Before the 1998 peace deal, Northern Ireland was plagued by violence over Britain's control of the province. A protester wearing a Theresa May mask is seen the day after Britain's election in London June 9, 2017.

Kuwaiti Emir Says Qatar Ready to Talk
Hotlines have been set up to review cases, according to statements carried by the Saudi, Emirati and Bahraini news agencies. The standoff has led to food shortages and stockpiling in the energy-rich country, which relies heavily on imports.

'The Mummy' is no match for the mighty 'Wonder Woman'
Overall, the summer to date has been a disaster for studios, with only Wonder Woman and Guardians breaking out as bona fide hits. That was well behind the $57.2 million second weekend in theaters for " Wonder Woman , ' from Time Warner Inc .'s Warner Bros".

Trump hired Kasowitz, a New York-based trial lawyer, last week in the investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller on Russian meddling in last year's election and possible ties to his campaign. While his departure day is still unknown, he resigned on May 18th in a private meeting with president Trump and offered to stay on until the President completed his first worldwide trip to ease the transition. He sounds like he's stating the official position of the president, who, as a noted huge baby with a historically full diaper, can't ever admit he made a simple mistake.

The latest revelations to emerge last week involved Trump's son-in-law and top aide, Jared Kushner.

A senior administration official said Kushner was keeping his head down and focusing on work after the foreign trip.

A second White House official said he was not aware of any potential nominees dropping out because of the recent news but echoed concerns that the Russian Federation probe would inevitably add to further delays filling empty jobs. Just back from his nine-day trip to the Middle East and Europe, Trump dismissed recent reports as "fake news". Firing her husband - or publicly demoting him - is a sure-fire recipe to break that most important bond for Donald Trump.

Trump posted a tweet Tuesday saying "we have a MASSIVE trade deficit with Germany, plus they pay FAR LESS than they should on North Atlantic Treaty Organisation & military".

Spicer spent a few days working at the Pentagon as the rumors circulated, as part of his U.S. Navy Reserve duty.

Related news