HALDEMAN: okay -that's fine. Now, on the investigation, you know, the Democratic break-in thing, we're back to the-in the, the problem area because the FBI is not under control, because Gray doesn't exactly know how to control them, and they have, their investigation is now leading into some productive areas, because they've been able to trace the money, not through the money itself, but through the bank, you know, sources - the banker himself.
The latest revelation that former FBI Director James Comey kept notes of his conversations with Donald Trump has sparked a fury over whether the president tried to shut down an investigation into former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn. The White House denies there was any attempt to halt the inquiry. Some Democrats asked whether such actions might amount to obstruction of justice, and it calls to mind the most famous example of presidential meddling.
“If anything ever happened, God forbid, that is my debt also,” said Ms. Griffith’s mother, Marlene Griffith. Ms. Griffith, 23, wouldn’t seem a perfect financial fit for a college that costs nearly $50,000 a year. Her father, a paramedic, and mother, a preschool teacher, have modest incomes, and she has four sisters. But when she visited Ohio Northern, she was won over by faculty and admissions staff members who urge students to pursue their dreams rather than obsess on the sticker price.