While her comments seem hypocritical on the surface, one could argue that she is actually the ideal person to speak about how harmful social media can be as she's married to the most notorious cyberbully there is and has a firsthand perspective on the negative impacts.
Mr. Trump insisted that he "allowed" McGahn and other White House staffers to sit down with Mueller's team, adding that he has "nothing to hide" in the probe.
His lengthy testimony - 30 hours over three voluntary interviews, according to the Times - could be crucial in determining whether the president acted with an improper, or "corrupt", intent when he took actions like firing former FBI Director James Comey, legal experts said.
But Dowd, and the president's in-house lawyer at the time, Ty Cobb, believed that cooperating with Mueller would hasten the conclusion of the investigation and could shield the president from having to answer Mueller's questions directly.
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Those who typically walk or jog to work are advised to consider taking a bus or Skytrain instead until the air quality improves. Low visibility caused by the smoke led to the delay and cancellation of some flights in the province on Sunday and Monday.
The Times said McGahn had laid out for investigators Trump's fury over the probe - and the ways in which he asked McGahn to respond to it. NPR White House correspondent Tamara Keith joins us now to explain all of this.
Trump said he hopes Brennan carries through on his threat to file a lawsuit to protect others from losing their security clearances because, "It will then be very easy to get all of his records, texts, emails and documents to show not only the poor job he did, but how he was involved with the Mueller Rigged Witch Hunt".
He also named former Central Intelligence Agency director John Brennan, former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey, former deputy Federal Bureau of Investigation director Andrew McCabe, and newly fired Federal Bureau of Investigation agent Peter Strzok.
Trump's former personal lawyer, John Dowd, told Reuters on Saturday he was aware McGahn had spoken extensively with Mueller's team. But the Times followed up with another report saying Trump's lawyers do not know how much McGahn told investigators during months of interviews spanning 30 hours.
Trump, who makes his unhappiness over the long-running investigation known through near-daily posts on Twitter, also told his Reuters interviewers that he has chose to "stay out" of the probe but is "totally allowed" to get involved if he wanted to.
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Musk's revealing interview, and the subsequent reports about Tesla , gave the internet a lot of material for jokes and reactions. On Tuesday, Tesla said its board of directors had formed a special committee to consider any forthcoming go-private proposals.
After the story was published on Saturday, Mr. Trump tweeted that he had told White House staff to cooperate.
"I'm totally allowed to be involved if I wanted to be", Trump said. "And his client is not Donald Trump; his client is the office of the president".
A year later, Trump acknowledged the true intent of the meeting: It wasn't about adoptions, as the Trumps originally said.
"Study the late Joseph McCarthy, because we are now in period with Mueller and his gang that make Joseph McCarthy look like a baby!"
It also notes that despite McGahn's success in pushing a conservative judicial agenda, his relationship with the president is strained.
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During the aerial survey, the Prime Minister was accompanied by the Governor, the Chief Minister, Shri K.J. The Navy airlifted the mother and child to an evacuation centre where they were given medical attention. .
"Nobody wants to watch one's colleagues go in, spill the beans and be the one who is last in line to cooperate", he told CNN.