The White House Says It Won't Answer Questions About Russia Anymore

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"We are referring all matters regarding this to outside White House counsel", he said in response to a question about news reports former FBI Director James Comey has agreed to testify before Congress as early as next week.

It has become a regular occurrence at White House press briefings for Sean Spicer to be asked to clarify a tweet of President Trump's.

Griffin is a stand-up comedian who co-hosted CNN's New Year's Eve coverage.

"I know for the moment they're loving the story, but i think it's kinda exploded the story that they've been telling us for sixth months", he concluded.

"If I can be helpful, I've been very clear I want to make sure this president's agenda gets done", Lewandowski said during his Fox News appearance.

Trump wants to respond more aggressively to allegations of Russian meddling in the 2016 election and questions about investigations of possible ties between Trump's campaign and Moscow.

Dubke is the latest White House staffer to leave the administration as scrutiny intensifies over contacts Trump staffers may have had with Russian government officials during the campaign and transition.

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"Ultimately the best messenger is the president himself", Spicer said on Tuesday. By this time in their presidencies, both George W. Bush and Barack Obama had already nominated approximately twice as many people.

The tweet immediately went viral and became one of the president's more popular posts before it was taken down after almost six hours online.

Trump tweeted in jest about the whole ordeal just after 6 a.m. ET. Dozens of definitions have been submitted the Urban Dictionary website, which crowdsources meanings for slang terms.

Mike Dubke, an experienced Republican strategist, was hired to revamp the White House media strategy.

A special counsel is now investing whether Trump's associates may have colluded with Russian Federation during the campaign.

According to many media reports, this could be part of a larger shake up on Donald's Trump communications team, since the President came back from his trip overseas to find a political crisis in the White House.

Trump has privately and publicly pinned much of the blame for his administration's woes on the communications effort.