Trump Once Again Employs Anti-Semitism by Calling Feinstein 'Sneaky'

  • Trump Once Again Employs Anti-Semitism by Calling Feinstein 'Sneaky'

Trump Once Again Employs Anti-Semitism by Calling Feinstein 'Sneaky'

In particular, the document alleged that the Russian government had collected compromising information about Trump, which has been denounced by the United States president and called a forgery by Moscow.

In a statement accompanying the release of the Simpson transcript Tuesday, Feinstein said "the American people deserve the opportunity to see what (Simpson) said (about the dossier) and judge for themselves".

He then said Feinstein, who is seeking another term, "Must have tough Primary!"

"Feinstein's unilateral decision was made as the committee is still trying to secure testimony from other witnesses, including Jared Kushner", Grassley spokesman Taylor Foy said in a statement shortly after the transcript was released.

A day earlier, Feinstein, who faces a primary challenge in her re-election this year, released the transcript of the Senate Judiciary Committee's closed-door August interview with an official from the political opposition research firm Fusion GPS, which commissioned the dossier.

President Donald Trump unloaded on a Democratic senator and the Russian Federation investigation in a series of tweets on Wednesday. Lindsey Graham, R-South Carolina, referred Christopher Steele, the former British intelligence officer who compiled a dossier with allegations concerning President Trump and Russian Federation, to the Justice Department for investigation.

President Donald Trump on Wednesday called for "sneaky" Sen.

The California Democrat rebuked Trump's tweet suggesting that she broke the law by releasing Simpson's testimony.

It was unclear what Trump meant by saying that Republicans should take control. Chuck Grassley, the committee's chairman, calling on him to release the transcript of the committee's interview with Simpson, but Grassley refused to do so.

There was significant infighting among Democrats and Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee over whether to release the transcript.

"There was no collusion, everybody including the Dems knows there was no collusion, & yet on and on it goes", he wrote in a separate Tweet. But Grassley said Wednesday that he has a long history of oversight of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and this was part of it.

Papadopoulos pleaded guilty in October to lying to the Federal Bureau of Investigation about his conversations with Russian officials, and is cooperating with prosecutors led by special counsel Robert S. Mueller III.