The American people should be nervous as Donald Trump, and Vladimir Putin have been talking alone for two-plus hours.
Trump tweeted that the Mueller investigation is hurting relations with Russia, which the Russian government retweeted, as proof of their ownership of Trump and conspiracy to destroy Mueller.
House Intelligence Committee ranking member Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) highlighted the fact that Trump will be meeting with the ringleader of the attack on the United States during the 2016 presidential election.
Kaius Niemi, editor-in-chief of the largest newspaper in Finland has revealed 300 billboards that the newspaper is sponsoring to protest Trump and Putin's treatment of the press and stand up for press freedom.
Trump took to Twitter to suck up to Putin and tell him that his World Cup was the best ever ahead of their summit meeting.
There were so many people protesting Trump that he refused to go to London, but Trump has turned this around to claim that many, many, people were protesting for him.
Trump said that he might ask Putin to turn over the Russians that Mueller has indicted but that this happened under Obama and it was the DNC's own fault that they got hacked.
CNN's Jake Tapper announced that the White House canceled an interview with John Bolton after Trump attacked CNN at his UK press conference.
As Trump tried to blame Obama for his potential crimes against his own country, it is important to remember that it was Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell who stopped any bipartisan action before the election against the Russian attack.
House Intelligence Committee Ranking Member, Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) had a message for House Republicans and Trump. It doesn't matter how much they try to hide information, Bob Mueller knows.
Former federal prosecutor John Flannery said that he expects that Robert Mueller's next indictment will zero in on Donald Trump.
Trump's House Republican defenders are making a new move to shut down the Mueller investigation by impeaching Rod Rosenstein.
Rep, Adam Schiff (D-CA) called for the Trump/Putin meeting to be called off because won't stand up to Putin or put American interests first.
MSNBC's Katy Tur pointed out that the new Mueller indictment of 12 Russian military officials contains the nugget that after Trump publicly asked Russia to get Clinton's emails, the Russians tried to hack individuals in the Clinton campaign the same day.
Chuck Todd said that after today's Mueller indictments, House Republicans look like they don't care about Russian election interference.
As Trump arrived to have tea with the Queen of England, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein announced the indictment of 12 Russian military officers for crimes related to the Russian attack on the 2016 presidential election.
When NBC and MSNBC's Kristen Welker asked Trump if his criticism of Theresa May was giving Putin the upper hand, Trump responded by attacking NBC for "dishonest reporting."
The Peter Strzok hearing descended into House Republicans giving five-minute conspiracy monologues that attack the witness without allowing Strzok to respond to the allegations being made against him.
Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) was trying to discredit Strzok and make him sound un-American when Strzok cut through the BS and cut to the heart of the Russia scandal.
Republicans hit their red line desperation point at the Strzok hearing when Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) called Peter Strzok a liar and brought up an affair that he had. Democrats responded by asking a frothing Gohmert if he needed his meds.