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Videos of the Day: Trump Says Release of Mueller Report up to Attorney General




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President Donald Trump says it’s “totally up to the attorney general” whether the public gets to read special counsel Robert Mueller’s report.

Trump was interviewed in CBS’s “Face the Nation,” and talked about a wide-range of topics. When asked whether he’d have a problem with a public release, he said it’s up to the attorney general.

Trump said: “Even the Mueller Report said it had nothing to do with the campaign. When you look at some of the people and the events—it had nothing to do … So far, this thing’s been a total witch hunt. And it doesn’t implicate me in any way. There was no collusion. There was no obstruction. There was no nothing.”

Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker said last week the probe is “close to being completed.”

 

Trump Says Football is ‘Really Tough’ and Wouldn’t Steer Son Barron Towards It


In the same interview with CBS, President Trump—also a NFL fan— said he wouldn’t steer his son, Barron, toward football. He said it’s “a dangerous sport” but he also said he wouldn’t stand in the way if the soccer-playing 12-year-old wanted to put on pads.

Trump told CBS before the Super Bowl that football is “really tough.”

When the interview hostess asked: “Would you let your son Barron play football?” Trump said: “It’s a very tough question, It’s a very good question. If he wanted to, yes. Would I steer him that way? No, I wouldn’t.”
In this Nov. 20, 2018, file photo President Donald Trump accompanied by first lady Melania Trump, and their son Barron, left, walks towards Marine One on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik, File)

“So, you know, I hate to say it because I love to watch football. I think the NFL is a great product but I really think that, as far as my son—well, I’ve heard NFL players saying they wouldn’t let their sons play football. So it’s not totally unique, but I would have a hard time with it,” he said.

US, South Korean Diplomats Meet Ahead of Trump-Kim Summit


U.S. Special Representative for North Korea Stephen Biegun (right) arrived at Incheon International Airport, South Korea, Sunday, Feb. 3, 2019. Biegun will meet with South Korea’s Special Representative for Korean Peninsula Peace and Security Affairs Lee Do-hoon. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)

Senior U.S. and South Korean officials met Feb. 3 to discuss an expected second summit between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

Leading Trump’s special envoy for North Korea, Stephen Biegun arrived in South Korea earlier amid reports that he’ll meet North Korean officials soon to work out details for the summit.

Seoul’s Foreign Ministry said in a statement that Biegun and his South Korean counterpart Lee Do-hoon held consultations about working-level U.S.-North Korea talks ahead of the summit.
U.S. Special Representative for North Korea Stephen Biegun (center) arrived at Incheon Airport. South Korea, Feb.3, 2019 (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)

California: Helicopter Rescues Man from Car Trapped in Flash Floods


San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Aviation Unit conducted a swift water rescue in Yucca Valley, California, on Feb. 2.

An elderly man was trapped in a car stuck in floodwaters. An emergency responder extricated the man from his car after flash flood waters went to the level of the car windows. A helicopter lowered a rescuer via cable to remove the man from the rising waters.

County Sheriff reminded people on Facebook saying: “Obey posted signs and DO NOT attempt to drive through flooded roadways. It only takes 12 inches of fast-moving water to carry away a small car.”


 

 

While dodging power lines and fighting the rain with 40 MPH winds, our desert patrol crew ? along with a member of our swift water/dive team rescued an elderly man trapped in his car in rushing water in Yucca Valley. The man was hypothermic, but alive and safe ?Reminder ⚠️: Obey posted signs and DO NOT attempt to drive through flooded roadways. It only takes 12 inches of fast-moving water to carry away a small car ?

San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department 发布于 2019年2月2日周六




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