President Trump, The New York Times, Fox News discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
No tweet just talk. I'm don't Walters, Fox News. President Trump's addity responding to a New York Times article that suggested the FBI wants considered he might have been controlled by the Russians. The New York Times is reporting former law enforcement officials as saying there was a scramble in the days after FBI director James Comey was fired to determine if the president committed a crime by obstructing Justice. The paper says counterintelligence investigators were trying to find out if the president's actions were a threat to national security, and that they were also trying to find out if the president was working for Moscow White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders, called the times report of surged in Washington, Joel NATO, Fox News that prompted this Saturday, call into the judge Janine Pirro show on FOX she asked about the article, I think is the most insulting thing I've ever been asked. I think it's the most insulting article I've ever had written. And if you read the article you'd see that they found absolutely nothing. But the headliner that article it's called the failing New York Times for a reason they've gotten me wrong for three years. The president also responding to a Washington Post story that broke late Saturday alleges Trump hid all of us communications with Russian President Vladimir Putin. I had a conversation like every president. Does you sit with the president of various countries? I do it with all countries. We had a great conversation. We were talking about Israel, and securing Israel and lots of other things at it was a great conversation. I'm not keeping anything under wraps. I couldn't care less. The president also saying he has a plan to end the government shutdown, but didn't reveal it nationwide shutdown entering its fourth week eight hundred thousand people out of work a ripple effect at Miami International Airport this weekend, one of its terminals is shut down because TSA screeners working without pay have been calling in sick at a higher rate. And there's concern that there won't be.