Another former member of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign reportedly will plead guilty to charges resulting from special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation, the Los Angeles Times reported on Sunday.
With the community of Parkland, FL still reeling after one of the worst school shootings in history, the president of the United States has used the massacre as an excuse to attack the FBI and defend himself from an encroaching probe of Russia’s meddling in elections.
Instead of being outraged that Vladimir Putin’s operatives waged a sophisticated intelligence operation in the United States to disrupt the 2016 presidential election, the White House responded on Saturday by attacking Democrats and members of the news media.
Special counsel Robert Mueller and his team of prosecutors just dropped a big hammer on the Trump clan, and you can be sure that more is coming.
House Intelligence Committee Chairman and Trump stooge Devin Nunes apparently has been operating a “news” site for months that no one seems to have known about.
A charming bit of news to warm your soul three days into the week: The Department of Homeland Security’s cybersecurity chief, Jeanette Manfra, confirmed to NBC News on Wednesday that the Russian government successfully accessed the voter registration rolls of a handful of states shortly before the 2016 presidential…
Wow—in a truly incredible turn of events, it appears that President Donald Trump’s legal team has advised him not to sit down for “a wide-ranging interview” with special counsel Robert Mueller, the New York Times reported Monday evening.
The Trump family is tired of being victimized for years by Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, the fake news media, and the Deep State. Oh, and Sally Yates, the entire Justice Department, and the FBI, too.
The final curtain just never seems to drop on the tragicomedy that is Carter Page’s public life.
President Donald Trump can’t actually come out and say he’s trying to fire Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein over the Russia investigation, but his lackeys are always happy to step in.
Just days after House Speaker Paul Ryan claimed that Republican Rep. Devin Nunes’ smear campaign against the FBI and Department of Justice had nothing to do with interfering with special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation, Donald Trump tweeted out the exact opposite.
The Trump administration, with the help of Republicans in Congress, have for weeks been hyping up an internal House memo as the new Pentagon Papers. That memo was finally made public on Friday.
Axios reported Wednesday evening that Donald Trump’s presidential reelection campaign spent about $1.1 million in legal fees over the fourth quarter of 2017, part of which went to “his legal defense in the Russia probe”—a significant chunk of the $2.8 million it spent in total within the same period.
The House Intelligence Committee has voted to release a classified memo prepared by Republicans that alleges misconduct by the FBI in the Russia probe.
Donald Trump is not going to be happy with Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham.