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Vice president to travel to Central and South America
16 June 2017, 03:56 | Silvia Roy
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Pence on Thursday traveled to Miami for a conference covering issues affecting Central America.
Jarrod Agen, a spokesman for Pence, confirmed the news in an email to the Post.
Vice President Mike Pence has hired outside legal counsel to oversee his response to investigations into possible collusion between Russian Federation and President Donald Trump's 2016 campaign. Cullen also previously served as Virginia's Attorney General in the late 1990s.
A final decision was made to hire Cullen earlier this week. Paul Trible, a member of the Senate committee that investigated the Iran-Contra scandal, and his work for Rep. M. Caldwell Butler, a key Republican vote on the House Judiciary Committee who voted in favor of impeaching Richard Nixon during Watergate.
Cullen is no stranger to high-profile federal investigations.
Pence retained Richard Cullen, a former US Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia.
State Capitol Demonstration Planned After Yanez-Castile Verdict
Gray reminded the jury of the officer's testimony that Castile looked like a man who robbed a convenience store four days earlier. Yanez testified that he meant only that he didn't see the gun at first. "And now they've been deprived of that role model".
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Special prosecutor Robert Mueller has been on the job for nearly a month and already Vice President Mike Pence is getting his own lawyer.
The president denies doing anything wrong and has called the investigations a "witch hunt". Former FBI Director James Comey told Congress last week he believes he was sacked by Trump to undermine the agency's Russian Federation probe.
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Afghan President Ghani gives Taliban ultimatum
Afghan security forces accused the Taliban-affiliated Haqqani network of being behind the attack, complicating today's talks. USA military commanders have proposed sending 3,000 to 5,000 more advisers to Afghanistan in a bid to break the "stalemate".
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Amazon has heavily dominated the field with its home speaker called Echo, which uses the digital assistant Alexa. The speaker will sell for about US$350 in December in the USA , United Kingdom and Australia.
Trump accuses Qatar of funding terror 'at a very high level'
The United States has major military base in Qatar that serves, in part, as a launchpad for strikes on Islamic State insurgents. Speaking in the Rose Garden, the president said Qatar had "historically been a funder of terrorism at a very high level".