Protesters rallied outside the White House in Washington Monday evening upon President Trump's return from his disastrous trip to Helsinki, Finland where he sided with President Putin against the U.S., carrying signs calling Trump a Traitor-in-Chief and calling for his immediate impeachment.
The blimp portraying Donald Trump as a snarling baby that flew over London last week during the U.S. president's European tour could soon be in New Jersey's skies after activists said they had raised enough money to bring it to the United States.
Rachel Maddow ran through all of the connections and strange behaviors surrounding Trump and Russia and called on America to take the blinders off because Trump is working for Russia as president against the United States.
Despite sheltering themselves safely inside the primetime Fox News bubble, Trump and Hannity are alone in their belief that Monday's press conference was good for the country.
It is clear that Russia has the goods on Trump. There is no other way to explain his behavior toward thuggish dictator Vladimir Putin.
The Democratic senator accused Trump of betraying the most important role of the commander-in-chief: to protect the American people.
While many Democrats have been standing up to this dangerous president since he took office, Monday's performance in Helsinki seems to be a turning point.
It spoke volumes when Fox News' Chris Wallace was more confrontational with Putin than Trump was during their summit.
House Intelligence and Judiciary Committee member Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA) called out Republicans and told them that it is time to back up their talk with action to protect America from another Russian attack.
U.S. President Donald Trump's week-long adventure on the world stage in Europe came to a raucous conclusion in Helsinki on Monday, with American allies fuming and confused and Russian President Vladimir Putin literally smiling at his good fortune.
Even Trump's own staff is calling him weak after his terrible press conference with Putin.
A wave of condemnation by U.S. lawmakers from both Republican and Democratic parties followed President Donald Trump's failure at a Helsinki summit to warn Russian President Vladimir Putin about meddling in the 2016 U.S. election.
MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace reported that a former Trump national security adviser wondered to her if there is more to Trump's embrace of Russia than sensitivity about his election. In other words, even people who advised Trump are wondering if he's been compromised by the Russians.
A New York state agency has opened a probe into allegations of tenant harassment by Kushner Cos, the family real estate firm of U.S. President Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner.
Fox News hosts are ripping Trump from throwing America under the bus by delivering a disgusting press conference with Putin.
Rep. Ted Lieu (D-CA) called Republican Dan Coats' statement after Helsinki a "FU" from the American intelligence community and today's arrest of Russian national Maria Butina a "FU" from the Justice Department.
The Republican head of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee Bob Corker said President Donald Trump's comments at a joint news conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday made the United States look like a "pushover."
The U.S. intelligence community has been clear about the threat posed by Russian political interference and will continue "to provide unvarnished and objective intelligence" assessments, the Director of National Intelligence said on Monday.
Maria Butina allegedly worked at the direction of a high-level official in the Russian government who has been sanctioned by the U.S. Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control, the Justice Department said in a statement.
A draft Federal Communications Commission order seen by Reuters on Monday said that Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc's application for approval to purchase Tribune Media Co may "involve deception."