5 things for May 31: Russia investigation, journalist’s faked demise, Kim Kardashian West

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Some new developments in the ongoing Russia investigation: Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe has turned over a memoranda he drafted related to the firing of his former boss, FBI Director James Comey, to special counseling Robert Mueller, according to a source familiar with the matter. The memoranda details McCabe’s impressions of a meeting with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein during which they talked about Comey’s firing. Meanwhile, President Donald Trump took to Twitter again Wednesday to express regret over choice Jeff Sessions as his attorney generalafter reports surfaced of an angry meeting between the two men last year. At this phase, it’s pretty much common knowledge that Trump remains extremely frustrated over Sessions’ decision to recuse himself from the Russia investigation in early 2017.

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