Secret Service says it doesn't have any Trump tapes

Aaron Brown
June 14, 2017

Comey told the same committee last week that Trump asked him to drop the probe into ousted National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, who had been forced to resign the previous day, after everyone had cleared the room.

"I'll tell you about that maybe sometime in the very near future", Trump told reporters Friday when asked about the existence of any tapes.

The poll, of 811 registered voters, was taken between June 9 and June 11, two days following the testimony of former FBI Director Comey before the Senate Intelligence Committee.

White House press secretary Sean Spicer said Monday an announcement would come "when the president is ready to make it".

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"So that's what I do remember", he said.

Obstruction of justice is a federal crime and an impeachable offense. "I think we could work out a way it could be dignified, public, with questions, with Leader McConnell", Schumer said on CBS' "Face the Nation", referring to the Republican Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell. "That's in prosecutor Mueller's hands".

J. Brien Comey Sr. was responding after President Donald Trump tweeted Sunday morning: "I believe the James Comey leaks will be far more prevalent than anyone ever thought possible". James Lankford, R-Okla., argued that the president's actions did not rise to the level of obstruction. "If this is trying to interfere in a process of any investigation, it doesn't seem like it was, one, very effective and, two, it came up a couple of times in a conversation".

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