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Published: Fri, April 13, 2018
Global Media | By Abel Hampton

Syria: "All Options Still On The Table'' - White House"

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The president has the authority to fire the special counsel appointed to look into ties between his campaign and Russian Federation, the White House asserted on Tuesday.

Nervous White House aides expressed new fears about the president's unpredictability in the face of the Cohen raid, which he viewed as an assault on a longtime defender and a sign that Mueller's probe into potential ties between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign was "going too far".

Senators craft a bill to protect Mueller Meanwhile, A bipartisan group of four senators is moving to protect special counsel Robert Mueller's job as President Donald Trump publicly muses about firing him.

"In war, the elememt (sic) of surprise is sooooo important.What the hell is Obama doing", Trump wrote, a day after Obama announced he believed the USA should take military action against Syria with approval from Congress. Oh, my God, we're going to bomb Syria.

"We have a number of options, and all of those options are still on the table", said White House spokesperson Sarah Sanders at a daily press briefing on Wednesday.

Trump moreover tweeted: "No Collusion or Obstruction (other than I fight once more), so now they do the Unthinkable, and RAID a attorneys office for knowledge!" Mr. Kelly has told Mr. Trump it is frustrating for staff members that Mr. Trump deems most news media stories fake news but believes the ones accusing various advisers of leaking, according to people familiar with the discussions.

The lawyers repeated those arguments after Monday's raids targeting Trump's personal attorney, Michael Cohen, but have made little or no progress persuading the president, the officials said.

The following update comes in after Donald Trump had expressed displeasure over the raid on his lawyer's offices. And privately, Trump talked about he didn't want to be away from the White House amid developments throughout the China commerce dispute and throughout the Mueller investigation. He added that he had been "chatting with people throughout the White House about it".

On Capitol Hill, Republican and Democratic lawmakers urged Trump to allow Mueller to do his work. Trump tweeted in response.

But Trump's depiction of a "calm and calculated" White House focused on trade, North Korea, and Syria, stands at odds with his later admission that a "never ending and corrupt" investigation is taking "tremendous time and focus".

Trump also knocked Obama for drawing a "red line" with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad over his use of chemical weapons. An administration official talked about the White House would largely defer to outdoor surrogates to push once more on Comey, nevertheless there was concern as to how the director's interviews would possibly rile up the president.

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