Updated April 11, 2018 9:18 a.m. EDT
House Speaker Paul Ryan and Republican leaders hold their first weekly press conference after a two-week break from Congress, when CBS News confirmed that Ryan will announce he will not. seek re-election, according to two sources familiar with the matter.
Many speculated that Ryan would leave the political office after helping to successfully defend a new wording of the US tax code. UU However, Ryan's office had denied speculation that he would leave soon. Ryan's spokeswoman, Ashlee Strong, told CBS News last week: "The speaker does not resign."
The House also returns with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg confronting lawmakers for a second day of questioning, as well as new questions about the president's willingness to fire special advisor Robert Mueller and the administration's next steps
Legislatorsby taking drastic measures when firing Mueller as special advisor after the president did not rule out that possibility on Monday night. The president expressed outrage at the FBI raid on the home and the office of his personal lawyer, Michael Cohen.
On Wednesday, Mr. Trump attacked the investment of special councils calling it "interminable" and "corrupt."
"There is no collusion or obstruction (apart from that I defend myself), so now they do the unthinkable, and RAID a law office to get information! BAD!" He added.
And all eyes are still in the next step of the administrationin the Syrian city of Douma last weekend.President Ryan said on Twitter that the attack "can not be tolerated by the responsible nations "and urged the US to lead an" international effort to hold the Assad regime and Russia accountable for their actions. "
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