President Trump released a brief statement Tuesday in response to his son’s decision to release four pages of emails related to his 2016 meeting with a Russian attorney.
Full text of emails here. (Source)
“My son is a high-quality person and I applaud his transparency.”
Trump Jr.’s attorney did not respond to multiple requests for comments.
After Vice President Mike Pence’s office released a statement highlighting the fact that Trump Jr.’s meeting took place weeks before Pence joined the ticket, Sanders dismissed speculation that the vice president was attempting to distance himself from the embattled White House.
I’m not at all concerned that Vice-President Pence would be disingenuous, he’s raising a ton of money for the Republicans. (Source)
President Trump will be in office for a full four years.
He will fulfill most if not all of his agenda a promises.
I’ve also believed of his own choosing President Trump would be happy serving one or two terms.
If he chooses not to run when Pence wins again in 2020, and bet he will, his presidency will be on auto pilot as far as domestic issues are concerned.
“There’s absolutely no distance between the president and the vice president,” Sanders said.
“I think that the president is, I would say, frustrated with the process of that fact that this continues to be an issue, and he would love for us to be focused on things…like the economy,” she said.
Sanders declined to specify whether it was Trump’s personal lawyer, the White House communications shop or other aides who ultimately decided how to handle questions about the Trump Jr. emails on Tuesday.
“All the appropriate parties were part of the conversation” about how to respond to questions, Sanders said.