White House counsel Don McGahn, one of the top lawyers working in the Trump administration and a pivotal figure in both Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation and the Mueller probe, is out, donezo, finished with his job, as of Wednesday night, according to the New York Times.
Now that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s unhinged, beer-loving testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee has officially entered the national zeitgeist as A Thing, we’ve started to learn a little more about what went on just before Kavanaugh’s weepy, screamy, appearance.
It’s hardly a secret that President Donald Trump absolutely hates Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ guts to hell. Having said that, however, the man who became a television star for telling people they were fired admitted to Bloomberg News on Thursday that he won’t actually be getting rid of Sessions for at least two…
President Donald Trump on Wednesday confirmed reports that White House Counsel Don McGahn plans to leave the administration this coming fall.
Everyone knows you can’t trust Donald Trump, but perhaps now, Donald Trump is realizing he can’t trust anyone, either.
Donald Trump has had a weird relationship with Attorney General Jeff Sessions for over a year, and it all comes back to Sessions’ decision to recuse himself from the Russia investigation.
A new FBI timeline given to Congress says the White House knew that former aide Rob Porter had some skeletons in his closet for nearly a year prior to his resignation, which came after two former ex-wives went public with allegations of abuse.
The Associated Press reported on Monday that elfin scoundrel Jared Kushner has been under investigation by the White House Counsel’s office for two loans totaling almost $500 million that his company received last year.
In January, the New York Times reported that, in June of 2017, Donald Trump asked his White House Counsel, Don McGahn, to direct the Justice Department to fire Special Counsel Robert Mueller. McGahn reportedly refused and threatened to resign, so Trump backed off. A month after that episode, Trump told the Times in an…
One thing you shouldn’t do if you’re under investigation, as a rule of thumb, is ask people who were interviewed by investigators how their meetings with the investigators went. If Donald Trump was ever informed about this rule, he didn’t listen.
After Thursday evening’s masterclass in self-ownage, Sean Hannity retreated to the safe space of his personal radio show on Friday to swear that he’ll never let the New York Times ever fool him into reporting the truth ever again.