In a rapid-fire series of tweets, Trump unloads over the Russia investigation, days after an indictment charged 13 Russians with a plot to interfere in the U.S. election.
The document, which aims to counter the Republican memo released Friday, now goes to President Trump, who has five days to decide whether to declassify it.
The president declines to express confidence in Rod Rosenstein, but two White House sources say Trump is not planning to fire the deputy attorney general.
The memo, prepared by Republicans on the House intelligence committee, says there was "a troubling breakdown of legal processes" in the Russia investigation.
The Justice Department objects to the plan to release a memo on the Russia investigation that Republicans say shows improper use of surveillance by the FBI.
The bureau makes its first public comment about a four-page memo drafted by Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee that is politically dividing Washington.
The memo purports to show improper use of surveillance by the FBI and the Justice Department in the Russia investigation.
The White House’s contention: Pretty much everything is off limits until the president says it’s not.
Democrats from coastal states cry hypocrisy and partisanship as North Carolina's Henry McMaster moves to protect his state from the risks associated with drilling.