'Good to go': Top Trump aide gave inaugural day ok to nuclear plan - congressman
Thursday, 7 December 2017 WASHINGTON (Reuters) - As President Donald Trump delivered his inaugural address on Capitol Hill in January, his incoming national security adviser Michael Flynn, sitting a few yards away, texted a former business partner that a nuclear power project that would require lifting sanctions on Russia was "good to go," a senior House Democrat said in a letter released on Wednesday.
Congressional Democrats said Wednesday they have evidence from a confidential whistleblower that within minutes of President Donald Trump's inauguration, then-national security adviser Michael Flynn sent assurances to former business partners that a plan to build nuclear reactors across the Middle...
On Sunday, three European Union sources have denied that diplomats meeting in Vienna on Friday to salvage the Iranian nuclear deal will discuss offering Iran financial aid in exchange for concessions... Source: Wochit News -
A lot has changed since 2013, when the editors of The Onion got an angry email from Donald Trump’s lawyer Michael Cohen.
Back then, Cohen was an executive vice president at the Trump Organization,.. Source: Wochit -
The Trump administration is ready to has begin working on an alternative for Iran now that they have left the Iran Nuclear Deal. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will deliver a speech Monday at the.. Source: Wochit News -
May.18 -- Congressman Buddy Carter, a Republican from Georgia, discusses President Trump's plan to lower prescription drug prices and the new agricultural farm bill. He speaks to David Westin on.. Source: Bloomberg Global Business -
Europe won't abandon the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, even if President Trump has.
Top EU officials are figuring out how to ignore Trump’s decision to withdraw the U.S. from the deal.
The deal had.. Source: Wochit -
A top European Union official branded President Donald Trump selfish and capricious Wednesday as EU leaders met to count the likely economic damage U.S. policies might inflict on the bloc and to try to.. Source: Time -
On Wednesday, German Chancellor Angela Merkel pushed back against Washington’s rejection of the Iran nuclear deal. Iran reiterated it would not surrender to U.S. pressure and would resist U.S... Source: Wochit News -
On Tuesday, Europe and Iran sought a united front to save the nuclear deal, with Britain warning against regime change and Tehran expressing hope it could keep the economic benefits of the accord. Many.. Source: Wochit News -