Did the Federal Bureau of Investigation have a spy in the Trump campaign? "Maybe a special counsel, special prosecutor, never should have been appointed". The theory was given more fuel Wednesday by a line in a New York Times story, which said "at least one government informant met several times with Mr. Page and Mr. Papadopoulos", referring to Trump campaign aides Carter Page and George Papadopoulos.
And, since the appointment of special counsel Robert Mueller, the investigation has expanded to include inquiries into whether Trump has attempted to obstruct justice to bring an end to what he regularly calls a witch hunt.
"Congratulations America, we are now into the second year of the greatest Witch Hunt in American History...and there is still No Collusion and No Obstruction".
"Wow, word seems to be coming out that the Obama FBI "SPIED ON THE TRUMP CAMPAIGN WITH AN EMBEDDED INFORMANT".
It followed reports by Andrew McCarthy in the National Review.
European Union considers little-used statute to block U.S. sanctions over Iran
The Commission also proposes to allow the European Investment Bank (EIB) to facilitate investment by European companies in Iran. According to European sources, this measure may become the EU's first step towards ditching dollar in trade with Iran.
BSF trooper killed in ceasefire violation
The jawan, later identified as constable Devendra Singh was rushed to Military Hospital but died of his bullet injuries. Prime Minister Modi is scheduled to arrive in Jammu and Kashmir on May 19.
Kane leads England's squad for World Cup
Manager Gareth Southgate announced England's 23-man with Abraham who had a chance to represent Nigeria not making the cut. Was Leon Bailey *really* "trolling" England fans shortly before the announcement of their World Cup squad? No.
After combing through the anti-Trump and pro-Hillary Clinton text messages exchanged by FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, McCarthy noted that the texts show "that they obviously opened an investigation late July, early August of 2016".
White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said if the reports are proved true, "it should certainly be looked into".
Mr Trump's lawyers have been in negotiations with Mr Mueller's team for months about whether the president would sit for an interview. He said the legal team is "pretty comfortable, in the circumstances of this case, that they wouldn't be able to subpoena him personally".
US President Donald Trump marked the first anniversary of the special counsel's Russian Federation investigation on Thursday (Friday NZ Time) by repeating accusations that the FBI had a confidential informant inside his 2016 campaign and by calling the probe "disgusting, illegal and unwarranted".
The attacks on Mueller, a Republican and former FBI director, were expected to continue as the investigation entered its second year, according to Giuliani.