Michael Flynn’s former deputy on the National Security Council has changed her story to Special Counsel Robert Mueller about whether she discussed with Flynn conversations he had with Russia’s former ambassador about sanctions.
President Trump has begun an effort to declassify and publicly release a huge amount of information regarding the Russia probe and the surveillance of his former campaign official Carter Page, according to Politico. The surprise order comes at a time when the White House is focused on securing the Supreme Court…
At every turn, Special Counsel Robert Mueller and his team have undercut Donald Trump’s repeated claims that the investigation into the Trump campaign and Russian operatives is some type of Democratic conspiracy against the Trump administration.
With the revelation that former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort is cooperating with Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation, the president was already having a bad day today. A new report this afternoon about his old lawyer Michael Cohen might make it even worse.
Less than a month after being found guilty of eight felonies, former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort has decided that one trial is enough, and entered a guilty plea with the office of Special Counsel Robert Mueller in a Washington, D.C. courtroom on Friday. The deal is reportedly predicated on Manafort’s…
The disgraced former aide to Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, George Papadopoulos, won’t be spending much time in prison for lying to federal agents, but he will have to pay a significant fine and perform several hours of community service.
After literal months of back and forth over whether President Trump was willing to be interviewed about his alleged blocking of the probe into Russian interference in the 2016 election, his lawyer Rudy Giuliani has told the Associated Press that Trump will not answer those questions. In recent weeks, it was frequently…
Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearings dragged on endlessly today, and aside from a few exciting outbursts from protestors, not much happened. But an exchange between Senator Kamala Harris and Kavanaugh brought some real tension to the proceedings.
Now that it’s a holiday, Donald Trump is releasing all of his pent-up anxiety over having to take a back seat to John McCain tributes all week.
In a court filing on Friday, Donald Trump’s so-called “coffee boy,” former campaign adviser George Papadopoulos, claimed that both Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions supported his proposal in early 2016 to set up a meeting between Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Republican senators are turning on Attorney General Jeff Sessions thanks to a personal lobbying campaign by President Trump, Politico reported on Wednesday night. According to one GOP aide, Trump has whined about Sessions over the last ten days to “any senator who will listen.” It’s understandable that at this point…
George Papadopoulos, former Trump campaign foreign policy advisor and one of the clown car of criminals that emerged from the president’s inner circle, will stick with the plea deal he accepted from special counsel Robert Mueller. That deal included helping Mueller with the investigation.
Last week, after President Trump’s former lawyer Michael Cohen accepted a plea deal admitting to making illegal campaign contributions and more, Cohen’s lawyer Lanny Davis told multiple reporters “on background” that Cohen may bring evidence of Trump’s Russian collusion to Special Counsel Robert Mueller. He also did a…
Another scandalous accusation kept quiet for years by American Media Inc., publisher of the National Enquirer, is about to drop on Donald Trump’s head.
The fallout from longtime Donald Trump attorney and fixer Michael Cohen’s decision to plead guilty to a host of financial crimes on Tuesday—and to implicate Trump directly in his misdeeds—arrived on Wednesday. It was as crazy as you might expect.
In a new interview with Reuters, our faithful idiot president accidentally revealed that he has absolutely no clue what it means to perjure yourself. The interview was in regards to Trump’s ongoing indecision over whether to agree to an in-person interview with Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
The gaslighting and nonsensical arguments being put forth by Donald Trump’s personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, are so laughable that even Chuck Todd can’t keep a straight face on national television.
Everyone knows you can’t trust Donald Trump, but perhaps now, Donald Trump is realizing he can’t trust anyone, either.