White House says 'no contradiction' in Trump's tweets on FISA law

White House says 'no contradiction' in Trump's tweets on FISA law

White House says 'no contradiction' in Trump's tweets on FISA law

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders was scheduled to give an on-camera press briefing Thursday afternoon.

By undergoing his first formal medical check since entering the White House, Trump hopes to put to bed allegations about his mental state that emerged last week.

After more than 90 minutes passed, Trump posted a second tweet voicing support for reauthorizing FISA's Section 702, which allows the U.S.to monitor communications from foreign targets.

"The president has been clear what his position is", she concluded.

President Donald Trump has not given up on Mexico paying for a border wall, White House secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters Tuesday.

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She said the president has "some overall concern" about abuse of of civil liberties under the program but understands the need for national security. "It's just a bad thing to have come out of your mouth as a White House correspondent or as a journalist".

"They're actually better than they've been in a long time", said Acosta. The president appeared to both criticize and back the legislation, which the House reauthorized by a vote of 256-164 Thursday.

Sources close to the West Wing told CNN that the Trump administration is finding it hard to fill vacancies as the Russian Federation probe focuses on close Trump aides and the president's popularity plummets in the polls.

"I think the premise of your question is completely ridiculous and shows the lack of knowledge that you have on this process", Sanders retorted, adding that the president's tweet "wasn't confusing to me".

White House staffers have been warned not to bring their personal cell phones, laptops or smart watches into the West Wing, as chief of staff John Kelly has issued a ban on the devices over fears of information leaks.

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