Congressmen Eric Swalwell (D-CA ) said President Donald Trump is delaying Robert Mueller’s investigation during an interview with CNN’s Wolf Blitzer on Wednesday.
“It’s time for him to come clean with Mr. Mueller and sit in the chair,” the 15th District representative said. “He’s been given the questions they want to ask him. He’s shown a willingness to go anywhere in the world and meet with anyone but Mueller. He’s now planning a summit with Vladimir Putin. For the president to complain time after time that they need to wrap this up, the only person who is delaying this investigation is the president.”
Recent news broke that President Trump’s Lawyer Michael Cohen cut ties with his legal representation.
“I think this is the beginning of a dark, dark storm coming for President Trump,” Swalwell said.
Trump blasted with ridicule for praising Ivanka and Jared on vacation: ‘Everybody works harder than those two’
President Donald Trump was blasted with ridicule for praising his "incredible" daughter and son-in-law for taking a break from working in his White House.
Ivanka Trump shared photos on social media of herself and husband Jared Kushner -- both senior advisers to the president -- on a camping vacation trip, and Trump retweeted one post in a busy morning commenting on social media.
Two incredible people. I can’t believe they’re not working (few work harder)! https://t.co/tsh8KDS8Qs
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 20, 2019
‘It’s terrifying’: Vandals burn Virginia Beach military family’s car after long string of incidents
On Tuesday, WAVY CBS 17 News reported that a military family in Virginia Beach, Virginia had their car set on fire, in the latest and most severe incident in a long string of vandalism targeting their property.
“It’s terrifying, hearing my kids scream this morning,” said Mendy Hanner. “I don’t see any reason to put anyone through this."
The incidents started last year, with nails left in their driveway. It escalated to graffiti on the garage door and rocks being thrown through their windows. The Hanners put up surveillance equipment, but the perpetrator knocked over their floodlights and spray-painted their camera.
Parents fight for custody of 4-year-old son after trying to treat his cancer with tea and ‘a positive state of mind’
Two Florida parents are fighting this week to regain custody of their 4-year-old son who was taken away from them after they tried to treat his leukemia with a combination of tea and a "positive state of mind."
Local news station WFLA reports that Tampa Bay residents Joshua McAdams and Taylor Bland-Ball are headed to court to push for custody to be reinstated months after they decided to stop medical treatment for their 4-year-old son Noah.