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Trump blames Iran for oil tanker attacks and calls country a 'nation of terror'

Trump blames Iran for oil tanker attacks and calls country a 'nation of terror'

Donald Trump has blamed Iran for recent attacks on two oil tankers near the strategic Strait of Hormuz, describing the country is a “nation of terror”. Speaking with Fox News on Friday, the president rejected Tehran’s denials that it was involved in the attacks and cited a video released by US Central Command late Thursday purporting to show an Iranian

Trump says he won't fire Kellyanne Conway over Hatch Act, defends her words as 'free speech'

Trump says he won't fire Kellyanne Conway over Hatch Act, defends her words as 'free speech'

CLOSE President Donald Trump touted what he called a "beautiful" and "very warm" letter that he received Monday from Kim Jong Un as he lavished praise on the North Korean leader and predicted something "very positive" will happen soon. (June 11) AP, AP WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump defended senior aide Kellyanne Conway on Friday from a watchdog

‘I’m Not Going to Fire Her.’ Trump Says Kellyanne Conway Has Been Loyal

‘I’m Not Going to Fire Her.’ Trump Says Kellyanne Conway Has Been Loyal

President Donald Trump said he won't fire White House adviser Kellyanne Conway following a government watchdog's recommendation she be "removed from federal service" for disparaging Democratic presidential candidates in her official capacity as a senior White House adviser."No, I'm not going to fire her," Trump said Friday during a phone interview

Calls for Kellyanne Conway to step down

Calls for Kellyanne Conway to step down

A US federal watchdog has taken extraordinary action in recommending that President Trump fire one of his top advisors, counsellor Kellyanne Conway. The US Office of Special Counsel has found Ms Conway violated the Hatch Act multiple times. The law prohibits federal workers from using their positions for political campaigning. According to the

All the times Kellyanne Conway ran afoul of a federal watchdog over the Hatch Act

All the times Kellyanne Conway ran afoul of a federal watchdog over the Hatch Act

CLOSE A report by the Office of Special Counsel described Kellyanne Conway's offenses as "egregious, notorious and ongoing." USA TODAY Counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway violated the Hatch Act, a federal law that prohibits political speech in her official capacity, several times over the past year, a federal watchdog announced Thursday . The

Trump aide Conway should be fired: agency

Trump aide Conway should be fired: agency

The US Office of Special Counsel, which is unrelated to special counsel Robert Mueller's office, said in a letter to Trump that Conway has been a "repeat offender" of the Hatch Act by disparaging Democratic presidential candidates while speaking in her official capacity during television interviews and on social media. Federal law prohibits employees

The special counsel is shocked, shocked that Kellyanne Conway was talking politics

The special counsel is shocked, shocked that Kellyanne Conway was talking politics

On Thursday, the U.S. Office of Special Counsel — a watchdog agency with no connection to Robert S. Mueller III — recommended that Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway be fired for multiple violations of the Hatch Act . That’s the federal law that limits political activities by government employees. The White House rejected the report’s “overbroad”