In a Saturday tweet, Trump proclaimed himself your, and by extension, America's favorite president while throwing his ex-lawyer, Michael Cohen, under the bus.
Republican Senate candidate Corey Stewart was laughed off stage during his debate with Sen. Tim Kaine when he claimed that Trump is standing up to Russia.
This is a dangerous moment for the country, and the American people need to wake up and stay engaged, particularly as the midterms approach.
Trump's decision to throw Cohen under the bus and dedicate all of his loyalty to Russian president Vladimir Putin will end up having disastrous consequences
Trump's three-pronged meltdown on Saturday – trashing the government, accusing Cohen of a crime and insisting that "your favorite President did nothing wrong!" – is proof that he's terrified.
In April the Democratic National Committee (DNC) filed a novel lawsuit against WikiLeaks alleging they were part of a global conspiracy to influence the 2016 U.S. presidential election. It is widely believed that by publishing hacked emails from the DNC and from Hillary Clinton’s campaign WikiLeaks hurt Clinton and helped Trump become president.
The U.S. Treasury is open to removing Russian aluminum producer Rusal from a U.S. sanctions list, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Friday, adding the objective was "not to put Rusal out of business."
Republican leaders in Congress sent a message to the White House on Friday to disclose what was discussed in the private meeting between the president and Russian President Vladimir Putin. The concern is that Putin is using Trump to try to tear apart the NATO alliance.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency was slow and ineffective in its response to the 2014 water crisis in Flint, Michigan, and needs to improve its communications with state and local regulators when citizen complaints arise, its internal watchdog said on Thursday.
A large group of progressive Democrats in the House of Representatives established a new “Medicare for All” caucus on Thursday morning. This was an important step to eventually move universal healthcare legislation through Congress.
One side effect of President Trump’s press conference with Russian dictator Vladimir Putin was destroying the morale of his White House staff. According to a new article in POLITICO, morale inside the West Wing is extremely low following the Helsinki summit and many staffers want to quit but are afraid of a “backlash” from other party members if they do.
The President of the United States sold out his country to Russia days ago. It's not the time to be distracted by this familiar shiny object.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo this week has made a criminal case against Donald Trump much more likely.
First, on Wednesday, we reported that:
“New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Wednesday opened the door to a possible criminal case against the Donald J. Trump Foundation with a statement from his counsel that Cuomo was prepared to provide a criminal referral if asked.”
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) has threatened to keep Democrats off the campaign trail by delaying the vote on Trump's Supreme Court nominee until right before the midterm election unless they stop requesting the documents they need to vet Brett Kavanaugh.
We were promised that someone competent could manage Trump. So far, that's not working out any better than it did during the campaign and for that matter, for Trump's entire life.
Conservative columnist Max Boot who worked on the Republican campaigns of 2008 and 2012 wrote that he would take Obama back in a nanosecond over Trump.
Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA) told MSNBC that the battle to get testimony or the notes of the translator from Trump's private meeting with Putin isn't over and that Special Counsel Robert Mueller may be able to get the translator's notes.
People close to Michael Cohen say that he felt mistreated by Trump in the past, and now he is ready to unload what he knows to prosecutors.
Former US Attorney Harry Litman said that the Trump/Cohen tape discussing a payout to Karen McDougal could provide evidence of campaign finance violations, bank fraud, wire fraud, and conspiracy crimes committed by Trump.