Special Counsel, Harassment, Senate discussed on First Light

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For tax reform but many are focused on what's being called the racial flurry slurry the oval office abc's kenneth moton reports from washington today president trump's fight for his first john slade if victory once again overshadowed by what many hip called an offensive mohmed in front of a group of native heroes although we have a representative in congress who they say was he a long time ago they caller pocahantas native american groups condemning the president's words polka contents the president label for politico massachusetts senator elizabeth warren she called comment a racial slur aimed at distracting from the gop tax reform plan kenneth moton abc news washington a major signal their former national security adviser michael flynn could be ready to cooperate with special counsel robert muller in the russia investigation lindh's lawyer meeting monday with the special counsel's team abc chief investigative correspondent brian ross people briefed on the case say flynn may be writers of talk has he faces the prospect that both he and his son could be prosecuted his lawyer recently cut off communications with white house lawyers and he already told congress general flynn certainly has a story to tell and he very much wants to tell it showed the circumstances permit air battle the us senate candidate roy more speak least alabama last night continued to deny allegations that he sexually assaulted or molested women decades ago arguing that if the women were abused they would not have wanted publicity when he young lady is abused now grip present many victims cases such as this i have not seen one who wants her picture posted on national tv especially in a political advertisement and other former staffer accusing congressman john conyers of sexual harassment dna mayor said that he made.

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