As millions of Americans continue to feel the impact of the Trump-Republican tax scheme, it will become impossible to defend.
The climate of hate that Trump has created throughout his time in presidential politics is inspiring a new wave of right-wing terrorism.
For two years, Republicans have calculated that it was a smart move to bury their heads in the sand and ignore the five-alarm fire in the White House.
In an interview with Axios, a top legal expert and former DOJ official said that it will be extremely difficult for the Justice Department (DOJ) to deny members of Congress all of special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigatory files. He said that the DOJ would be required under existing legal precedents to turn over Mueller’s evidence files on Donald Trump after he submits his final report to Attorney General William Barr.
The Hill is reporting this morning that Democratic presidential candidate Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts has announced that Native Americans would be part of her plan to provide reparations for slavery and other past crimes committed by the U.S. government.
“Attorney General Bill Barr is preparing to announce as early as next week the completion of Robert Mueller‘s Russia investigation, with plans for Barr to submit to Congress soon after a summary of Mueller’s confidential report, according to people familiar with the plans.”
Forget the idea of hiring the “best people.”
By appointing Kelly Knight Craft to be the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Donald Trump has once again shown he prefers to hire totally unqualified people who happen to be loyal to him and who have donated millions of dollars to his campaigns.
House Intelligence Committee chairman Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) announced that his committee would be holding a hearing on the rise of authoritarianism.
Trump broke down into gibberish while refusing to take any responsibility for spreading and inspiring the domestic terrorist plot to murder Democrats.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A senior U.S. Justice Department official on Friday shot down expectations that Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s office will deliver next week a highly anticipated report on its investigation into possible Russian interference in U.S. elections.
Trump cut off $286 million in federal family planning services funds to Planned Parenthood in a clear effort to cater to his base before the Mueller report is submitted.
Prosecutors in Chicago charged Grammy-winning singer R. Kelly on Friday with multiple counts of sexual abuse, local media reported.
The top Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee, Sen. Dianne Feinstein warned Trump not to try to get away with releasing a summary of the Mueller report.
The Manhattan district attorney's office is pursuing criminal charges against Paul Manafort, U.S. President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman, whether or not Trump pardons him for his federal convictions, according to a person familiar with the matter.
Trump Press Secretary Sarah Sanders told the American people to move on from Mueller and don't concern yourself with his report.
"What the president is attempting is an unconstitutional power grab," Castro said in a conference call with reporters. He called on all members of Congress — Democrats and Republicans — to support the resolution terminating Trump’s emergency declaration, saying it tramples on congressional authority and would set a dangerous precedent.
Rhode Island Democratic Congressman David Cicilline told CNN’s New Day this morning that the American people deserve to see the Mueller report. And he also said that he will take any and all steps necessary to make sure that happens. He said that he will even begin impeachment proceedings in the House to assure that Mueller’s report is made public.
U.S. Department of Agriculture has paid out $7.7 billion so far to farmers, William Northey, Undersecretary for Farm Production and Conservation, said on Friday, in aid designed to offset the negative impact of tariff imposition.
The mainstream media has long insisted that there is a Department of Justice (DOJ) policy that prevents it from indicting a sitting president. However, there actually is no such policy. As a result, Donald Trump may very well be indicted and charged with various crimes while he is still in office.