Mueller's indictment of Manafort for witness tampering should scare Trump's mass media witness tamperer Sean Hannity.
Reps. Ted Lieu (D-CA) and Bill Pascrell (D-NJ) have introduced a resolution that would direct the Attorney General to turn over information and documents related to Trump’s use of pardons.
According to a statement from Rep. Lieu’s office, “The Lieu/Pascrell Resolution of Inquiry would ask the White House and direct the Attorney General Jeff Sessions to provide to the House any documents, recordings, memos, records, or other communications relating to any pardon Donald Trump has issued or has considered issuing, including those potentially involving Michael Cohen, Paul Manafort, Mike Flynn, George Papadopoulos, and anyone else including Trump’s family and himself.”
Robert Mueller filed a superseding indictment against Paul Manafort for obstruction of justice and conspiracy to obstruct justice.
Trump stated in front of television cameras that he has the "absolute right" to pardon himself, but since a pardon requires an admission of guilt and self-pardon will be self-impeachment.
Former Watergate prosecutor Nick Akerman said on MSNBC that what Sean Hannity did when he encouraged witnesses to destroy Russia investigation evidence was witness tampering and the punishment for that felony is 20 years in prison.
Nicolle Wallace said what needed to be said on MSNBC's Deadline: White House when she told Trump's Republican enablers that something is definitely going to happen and that they are going to get someone killed.
Trump told reporters that he doesn't need to prepare for the summit with North Korea because it is about "attitude."
Sean Hannity told his Fox News audience, which included Donald Trump to destroy evidence related to the Russia scandal, because as a Michael Cohen client, Sean Hannity, and his meal ticket president are going down.
The White House claims that they want to consolidate welfare programs in the name of efficiency, but it will make it easier for Trump to cut them.
The new lawsuit filed by Stormy Daniels against her former attorney implicates Sean Hannity in Trump propaganda collusion.
Ivanka Trump was caught meeting with the Russian who was trying to set up the get-together Trump and Putin on Trump's Moscow project.
Trump came up with his own fractured version of history to justify his tariffs when told Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau that Canada burned down the White House during the war of 1812. (They didn't.)
MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell Reports debunked Trump's outrage over tabloid rumors that he spread about his own wife on Twitter.
Rachel Maddow didn't just highlight Scott Pruitt's corruption. She showed why Trump's EPA administrator belongs in prison.
Trump promised to hire only "the best people," but a contractor who was working his White House was arrested for attempted murder.
MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace delivered an ego-crushing moment to Trump when should pictures side by side of the number of New England Patriots who came to the White House for Obama versus the smaller number of players who showed up for Trump.
President Trump made a big show of holding a 'celebration of America' after he is disinvited the Philadelphia Eagles to the White House, and with all eyes on him, the President Of The United States got the words to the national anthem wrong.
Senate Majority Leader Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) has announced that he has canceled most of the Senate's August recess to keep vulnerable red-state Democrats off of the campaign trail ahead of the midterm election.
Trump admitted that he is attacking African-American NFL players because he thinks that it will help Republicans win the midterm election.
Swat teams showed up at the home of Parkland shooting survivor and gun control advocate David Hogg after someone called in a fake hostage situation at the family's residence.