President Donald Trump on Monday accused his own deputy attorney general of being a traitor in an unhinged early morning Twitter rant.
Referencing former deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe’s interview with “60 Minutes” on Sunday, Trump lashed out at both McCabe and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who suggested wearing a wire to capture audio of Trump obstructing justice.
A professor from Princeton University told MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” on Monday that the United States faces grave peril from President Donald Trump’s national emergency declaration.
Eddie Glaude Jr., a professor of American Studies, sounded the alarm on the GOP letting Trump seize dictatorial powers. He discussed with co-host Joe Scarborough the acquiescence by the GOP to whatever actions the president takes.
A sure sign that bad news is coming for Trump is that the president is tweeting about the 'illegality' of the Robert Mueller investigation.
On Sunday, Trump tweeted a Rush Limbaugh quote that suggested all of the investigators who are investigating the president should be jailed.
It turns out that Japanese Prime Minister Abe didn't just nominate Trump for the Nobel Peace Prize. The White House asked Abe to nominate the president.
The moment from SNL that really upset Trump seems to have been when they suggested that he will be charged with crimes after the Mueller report drops.
SNL hit a nerve with Trump
Alec Baldwin As Trump said, “So I’m going to sign the paper for emergency, and then I’m going to be immediately be sued, and the ruling will not go in my favor, and then it will end up in the Supreme Court, and I will call my buddy Kavanaugh and say time to repay the Donny, and he’ll say new phone. Who dis? And then the Mueller report will be released, crumbling my house of cards, and I can just plead insanity and do a few months in the puzzle factory, and my personal hell of playing president will finally be over.”
Senate Democrats have enough votes to pass a resolution blocking Trump's national emergency, which will set up a showdown over a Trump veto.
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra said a group of other states is joining his state in suing Trump over his 'national emergency.'
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) is investigating more than Trump/Russia collusion. Schiff is looking for wrongdoing by Donald Trump.
The U.S. Senate Finance Committee has launched an inquiry into meetings in 2015 between top Obama administration officials, a Russian central banker and Maria Butina, who has pleaded guilty to conspiring to work as a Russian agent to influence American foreign policy.
Fox News host Chris Wallace on Sunday challenged right-wing White House aide Stephen Miller about the need for a wall on the southern U.S. border. He also confronted Miller about the lies he tells about immigration and drugs.
As a guest this morning on the John Catsimatidis’ radio show in New York, attorney and law professor Alan Dershowitz called Donald Trump’s emergency declaration a “mistake” and a usurpation of the power of Congress.
Donald Trump’s mental state has been questioned many times. Psychologists have analyzed his lack of mental health and raised real concerns about his stability. He has been diagnosed as a sociopath and a narcissist, and it seems that every day he demonstrates these psychological pathologies on Twitter.
In December we reported that Bernie Sanders was getting ready to run for president again. And according to new reports, it appears that the time has come for the Vermont senator to make his formal announcement.
Prosecutors for Special Counsel Robert Mueller urged a federal judge in Virginia on Friday to impose a strict prison sentence for President Donald Trump's former campaign manager Paul Manafort, after a jury last year convicted him on eight counts of bank and tax fraud.
Donald Trump's re-election hopes are in big trouble as every declared or potential Democratic contender is winning over 50 percent of the vote.
The United States began sending Central American families seeking asylum back to Mexico this week, a Mexican immigration source said on Thursday, while U.S. human rights groups sued the Trump administration, saying the policy puts migrants in danger.