U.S. Justice Dept. probing Trump's former Interior chief Zinke - Washington Post
Friday, 4 January 2019 WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Department of Justice is investigating whether President Donald Trump's former Interior Secretary, Ryan Zinke, lied to Department of Interior investigators in what could be a potential criminal violation, the Washington Post reported on Thursday. The Post, citing three people familiar with the matter, said the former Cabinet official was the centre of two probes by his department's inspector general: one involving his real estate transactions in Montana and another over his role in a review of a Connecticut casino project proposed by Native American tribes.
President Trump on Wednesday responded to Mitt Romney's scathing op-ed.
President Trump took to Twitter on Wednesday after Mitt Romney, the incoming senator from Utah and former Republican presidential nominee, penned a scathing Washington Post op-ed questioning Trump's character.
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Andrew McCabe, the former deputy director of the FBI, says he ordered the obstruction of justice investigation involving President Trump and possible ties to Russia, Nikole Killion reports (2:07). WCCO..
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