Free Press Journal
  • Trump attacks Comey after release of watchdog report

    Washington : US President Donald Trump has launched fierce attacks on former FBI Director James Comey, a day after the release of a watchdog report that concludes there were errors, not political bias in the agency’s handling of its investigation of Hillary Clinton’s use of private email server.

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    Ex-FBI chief did not follow protocol in Hillary email server investigation

    Washington : Former FBI director James Comey did not follow protocol in his handling of the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server and improperly shared information about the probe with the public,  a review of the agency’s actions during the 2016 US presidential campaign has concluded.

  • Kanye West calls President Donald Trump his ‘brother’

    Washington D.C.: American rapper Kanye West on Wednesday said he supported President Donald Trump and called him his ‘brother’. In a series of tweets, the 40-year-old rapper said, “You don’t have to agree with trump but the mob can’t make me not love him. We are both dragon energy.

  • Ex-FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe got fired

    Washington D.C.: The US Justice department dismissed the former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe on the grounds of lying to the investigators, reviewing the probe of former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s email server case.

  • Indore: Hillary arrives on 3-day visit to state  

    Indore: Former US secretary of state Hillary Clinton arrived in city on Sunday on a three-day private visit to state. According to CSP Manoj Ratnakar, the former US first lady arrived at the Devi Ahilya Bai Holkar Airport at around 8:00 pm in a private plane and stayed at the airport for about 20 minutes to greet people before leaving for Maheswar by road.

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    India Today Conclave 2018: India and other world democracies at crossroads: Hillary Clinton

    Mumbai: Democracies across the world, including the US and India, are at a crossroads and there was a need to stand up against the chaos to protect democracy, Hillary Rodham Clinton has said. Speaking at the concluding session of the India Today Conclave 2018, the former US Secretary of State said never before did the world need India’s energy like now to speak against sexism, racism and stand up at this crossroad

  • Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton most admired by Americans: Survey

    Washington DC: Former US President Barack Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton are the most admired people in the country, stated a survey. In a survey conducted by Gallup, Obama and Clinton remained as the most admired people, which is a 10-year trend for Obama and 16 years running for Clinton.

  • SNL star Pete Davidson gets a tattoo of Hillary Clinton

    SNL star Pete Davidson gets a tattoo of Hillary Clinton

    Los Angeles: “Saturday Night Live” star Pete Davidson has paid homage to Hillary Clinton with a tattoo of the former secretary of state on his arm. Davidson shared the picture of his new ink on Instagram.

  • I declined Time’s ‘Person of the Year’: Trump

    Washington D.C : United States President Donald Trump claimed that he denied being named Time’s ‘Person of the Year’ after the magazine told him he “probably” would be selected “like last year.”

  • Donald Trump Jr bares messages with WikiLeaks during campaign

    Washington: President Donald Trump’s son has released a series of messages he had with WikiLeaks after a report suggested he had secretly liaised with the group that published Hillary Clinton’s emails during last year’selection. Donald Trump, Jr revealed what he said was the “entire” chain of Twitter direct messages with WikiLeaks between September 2016 and July this year, in which the anti-secrecy group sought to feed information to the Trump campaign and

  • Facebook, Twitter, Google questioned over ‘Russian meddling’ in US elections

    Washington: Facebook, Twitter and Google lawyers defended themselves to US lawmakers probing whether Russia used social media to influence the 2016 Presidential election. The three firms faced hard questions at a Senate panel on Tuesday on crime and terrorism about why they missed political ads bought with Russian money, BBC reported on Wednesday.

  • US President Donald Trump’s ex-campaign chief Paul Manafort placed under house arrest

    Washington: Paul Manafort, who served as US President Donald Trump’s campaign chairman, will be confined to home pending trial on charges brought by the special counsel investigating alleged Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential election. Judge Deborah A. Robinson also ordered Manafort and his former business associate Rick Gates to surrender their passports, after they appeared at a court here on Monday, Efe news reported.

  • US President Donald Trump rips Hillary Clinton over dossier alleging Russian ties, says it’s a ‘disgrace’

    Washington: US President Donald Trump has slammed his Democratic presidential rival Hillary Clinton after news reports appeared that her campaign had funded research that resulted in a dossier which contained allegations that he had links with the Russians. “It’s a disgrace. It’s a very sad commentary on politics in this country,” Trump told reporters at the White House yesterday. First reported by The Washington Post, the dossier prepared by former British intelligence officer

  • Hillary Clinton paid in part for Trump-Russia dossier: report

    Washington, Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign and the Democratic National Committee helped pay for research that went into a salacious dossier on Donald Trump’s alleged campaign ties to Russia, The Washington Post reported.