"Some called it a performance", he said.
American arms manufacturers anticipate the policy changes spearheaded by the Trump White House under the so-called "Buy America" initiative will even the playing field with their less regulated foreign competitors and result in billions of dollars in new deals.
Some of Trump's fellow Republicans in Congress have been saying they expect the House Intelligence probe and other congressional investigations to wrap up quickly.
Among the major topics still of interest to Schiff: the 2016 Trump Tower meeting with Russian operatives that occurred after Trump Jr. was told he would get dirt on the Clinton campaign and that the Russian government wanted to see his father win the presidency.
Lawyer Neal Katyal says on Twitter Thursday that he's putting the finishing touches on his latest Supreme Court brief.
"You should never miss up on a good environmental opportunity with good environmental standards", Solberg concluded in what could be perceived as a mild rebuke to Trump for reversing the U.S. signatory to the Paris Agreement.
"The discussion you've had in the United States has, of course, lifted this issue in all European countries", Solberg said Wednesday in an interview with the Washington Post.
Trump criticized the Paris deal as "very unfair to the United States", and noted, "I am for massive oil and gas and everything else".
The Los Angeles Times reported last week that Ivanka Trump talked to at least two of the meeting's participants on the way out.
Trump on Friday denied using certain "language", but didn't offer more specifics.
Mr Simpson said that the relative transparency of the UK's financial system had helped their investigation into Mr Trump, who has repeatedly refused to... That includes phone and messaging records surrounding the Trump Tower meeting, the White House response to that meeting, communications from WikiLeaks and records from Deutsche Bank, the German asset management firm that has loaned Trump's real estate organization millions of dollars.
At one point, Trump said any collusion was "really with the Democrats and the Russians, far more than it is with the Republicans and the Russians", though he did not elaborate. They always are, which is why I think the media will ultimately support Trump in the end because they're going to say, "If Trump doesn't win in three years, they're all out of business'".
"It has hurt our government", he said.
And Idaho Republican Mike Simpson told The Associated Press that Trump's remarks were "stupid and irresponsible and childish".
Solberg sat for the interview at the Norwegian ambassador's residence, shortly before heading to the White House for her visit with Trump. In June, Trump withdrew the U.S. from the Paris Agreement on climate change and chose to renegotiate the deal that was agreed upon by over 190 countries during the previous Obama administration.
The material wasn't classified, and Feinstein said Wednesday that she didn't do anything illegal.
A prominent evangelical supporter of President Donald Trump's is standing by him after Trump used a vulgarity to describe African countries.