One thing that was depressing about this interview was to watch Miller go after Steve Bannon. In an explosive new book by journalist Michael Wolff, former White House chief strategist Steven Bannon suggested there was "zero" chance Trump Jr. didn't take the Russians to meet his father. Miller initially brought up Trump's statement on Bannon's quotes in the book, in which he said that "Steve Bannon has nothing to do with me or my Presidency".
Tapper eventually cut off the Trump advisor's microphone, telling him that he'd "wasted" enough of his viewers time.
"We'll discuss, as I said when I announced that he was going to be doing the physical, we'll have a readout of that after that is completed and we'll let you know at that time", Sanders said.
In an interview on Fox News' "Tucker Carlson Tonight," Miller denied getting pulled from the CNN's "State of the Union" set after Carlson sarcastically asked if Miller thought he would have kicked out had he been an illegal immigrant from the violent MS-13 gang.
National Guard responds to blizzard pounding US Northeast
Forecasters say New York City may see up to a foot of snow with similar or higher levels forecast for the whole of New England. The severe weather has led the Foreign Office to update its advice to United Kingdom travellers in, or heading to, the region.
Number of flu-related pediatric deaths rises to 20 — CDC
Balter said while this year's outbreak was early, it's too soon to say what exactly caused the spike in the number of illnesses. Heartbreaking stories have been circulating in the media this week about children and young adults dying from the flu.
The president also blasted Tapper as a "CNN flunky".
He pressed the case again on Sunday as he prepared to depart Camp David, where he spent the weekend meeting with Republican congressional leaders, top aides and Cabinet members.
On Sunday, two days after the book's release, WikiLeaks tweeted a link to an electronic image of the text.
Meanwhile, the publisher of Fire And Fury said any efforts to suppress the book are "flagrantly unconstitutional".
A Trump lawyer last week sent a cease and desist letter to the publisher, demanding it be withheld. "He left on his own will", Gidley said on Monday afternoon.
Power Being Restored At CES After Outage
In the meantime, attendees had been evacuated from the affected space, which hosts booths for LG, Samsung and Sony among others. Organizers said power was restored to the convention center's South Hall within minutes while other areas took much longer.
China's trade surplus with United States up 13 percent
Huang Songping, a commerce ministry spokesman, said the numbers reflect the "mild recovery of the world economy a year ago ". Analysts at Nomura say continued global growth may offer support, while possible USA protectionism could weigh on exports.
Saudi Arabia claims to intercept Houthi-fired missile
The rebel-run news agency Saba gave the same toll and accused the coalition of using cluster bombs in that attack in Kataf city. On Dec. 19, 2017, the Houthi movement fired a ballistic missile toward the royal palace in the Saudi capital of Riyadh.
Steelers WR expected to play Sunday despite illness
Brown set an National Football League record with 100-plus receptions in five consecutive seasons, including 101 this season. Brown returned to practice on Monday after suffering a calf injury against the New England Patriots in Week 15.
Olympic detente eases North Korean tensions
China and Russian Federation , which both oppose the proposal for maritime interdiction , have not been invited to the summit. OTTAWA-It's a bit of Olympic détente, a case of sports diplomacy that has eased nuclear tensions on the Korean peninsula.
India beat Pakistan in Blind Cricket World Cup Match
India's refusal to travel to Pakistan for the World Cup forced the organisers to shift all their matches to UAE. The match was played at the Ujman Oval and the hosts were defeated by 7 wickets at the hands of the Indians.