President Donald Trump on Tuesday refused to say whether he wants to fire special counsel Robert Mueller.
The question came during a “working lunch” with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. As Trump’s media team was asking the press to leave the room, a reporter posed a question about Mueller’s future.
“Do you want Mr. Mueller fired?” the reporter said clearly.
“Thank you, thank you,” Trump remarked, refusing to even make eye contact with the questioner.
Trump, however, did respond to a question about Tuesday’s school shooting in Maryland.
“Terrible, terrible thing,” he replied.
Watch the video below from CNN.
Environmental justice advocates blast Trump EPA for ‘dangerous’ rollback of chemical disaster rule
"Safety requirements at these facilities should be stepped up, not rolled back. But this is what we've come to expect from the Trump EPA."
Environmental justice groups condemned the Trump administration Thursday for catering to the chemical industry after the Environmental Protection Agency finalized a rollback of Obama-era disaster prevention measures that were implemented to protect workers at and residents of communities with chemical plants.
Trump’s personal interests have directly undermined national security and election integrity: CNN correspondent
On Thursday's edition of CNN's "The Situation Room," correspondent Jim Sciutto broke down a key takeaway from the impeachment hearings.
"We are one year away — less than a year away from the next election, three years after Russia, with consequence, interfered, meddled in the 2016 election," said Sciutto. "One thing is clear from everybody who testified, the president of the United States never expressed any interest in defending the U.S. against that kind of interference. What he did, he was interested in a whole lot of other stuff that undermines that goal of defending U.S. elections from Russian interference, one of which Fiona Hill highlighted there, presenting an alternate explanation, a false one it was Ukraine that somehow hacked the DNC server, not Russia."
Nicolle Wallace breaks down the impeachment moment ‘women will be talking about for years’
MSNBC anchor Nicolle Wallace on Thursday highlighted one of the key moments from the impeachment inquiry testimony from Dr. Fiona Hill.
"Often when women show anger, it’s not fully appreciated. It’s often, you know, pushed onto emotional issues perhaps, or deflected on other people," Hill testified.
Here's Fiona Hill on why she thinks Sondland misunderstood her anger — and how women's anger is often viewed, more generally: "It's not fully appreciated. It's often pushed off onto emotional issues." pic.twitter.com/AsMR3A9InI