In addition to trashing dubious legal claims by Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani on Twitter Friday, Conway also lambasted the president in a Washington Post editorial that he co-wrote with former U.S Solicitor General Neal Katyal and former Republican FEC Chairman Trevor Potter.
Republicans in Congress are expecting a partial government shutdown, “just in time for Christmas,” but they would probably rather have a lump of coal.
President Trump’s harmful comments at a White House meeting with congressional Democrats on Tuesday about how he would accept blame for a shutdown have made the partial shutdown scenario much more likely. And GOP members of Congress are not happy about it.
Many people believe that the Russia probe is nearing its completion, but now The Daily Beast is reporting that Bob Mueller’s investigation might be moving to a whole new area of the world.
According to The Beast:
Rep. Eric Swalwell, D-Calif. confirmed Donald Trump’s worst fears on Thursday when he said “We’re going take an MRI to his finances.”
Swalwell works with Rep. Adam Schiff on the House Intelligence Committee and is also on the House Judiciary Committee, soon to be chaired by Rep. Jerry Nadler. Both Schiff and Nadler have promised that when Democrats take over their committee will open in-depth investigations into the president and his finances, including global money laundering operations and payments he received from foreign countries. Nadler has said his committee will have to consider impeaching the president.
Two top lawyers say it is now time for President Donald Trump to negotiate a plea deal and resign from office in order to minimize his legal liability.
Both former U.S. Solicitor General Neal Katyal and former chief White House ethics lawyer Richard Painter reached the same conclusion yesterday after more evidence was disclosed making clear that Donald Trump was guilty of committing at least one felony — and probably several more.
Rep. Beto O’Rourke (D-Texas) on Thursday jumped from tenth to second place in CNN rankings of prospective 2020 Democratic presidential candidates.
By placing O’Rourke second on his monthly “power rankings” of potential Democratic candidates, CNN’s Chris Cillizza put him ahead of many others who had been considered leading contenders for the 2020 nomination. The Texas Congressman now ranks ahead of former Vice President Joe Biden and Sens. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), Cory Booker (D-N.J.) and Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.).
Democrat Stacey Abrams, who lost a heated and controversial Georgia governor’s race against Republican Brian Kemp, has announced that she will definitely run for public office again.
“Yes, I’m going to run again,” she told an enthusiastic crowd at Fortune’s “Most Powerful Women Next Gen Summit” in Laguna Niguel, Calif. “What it is I’m going to run for I haven’t decided yet. Stay tuned.”
The lawyer for Michael Cohen, who for 20 years was President Trump‘s personal lawyer, said that the president knew ahead of time that Cohen was planning to perjure himself while testifying to Congress.
Former Judge Andrew Napolitano, legal analyst for Fox News, said that yesterday the people of America learned without question that federal prosecutors in New York have clear evidence that President Donald Trump committed a felony.
On Friday a group of Christians gathered at Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C. for Revolution 2018, a conference of charismatic Christian ministries organized by Lamplighter Ministries.
Donald Trump said on Tuesday that much of the border wall he wants has already been built and has been “very effective.” But that is not true.
He apparently was referring to old border fencing built decades ago. And nothing he’s done has been “very effective.”
The newly-elected Attorney General for the State of New York has some big plans. And they involve the President of the United States, his children, and his business.
After being elected on November 6, Letitia James promised she would begin large-scale investigations of “President Donald Trump, his family and anyone in his circle who may have violated the law.” She said the investigations and prosecutions of Trump criminal conduct would be a top priority when she starts her new job next month.
Donald Trump has called prosecutors working for special counsel Robert Mueller on the Russia probe “angry Democrats.” Even though most of them have been lifelong Republicans, he has pointed out that in the past some of them gave political donations to Democrats as proof that they are biased against him.
Fox News’ senior legal analyst Andrew Napolitano said Monday that President Donald Trump may be charged with three separate crimes. He also said that Trump could be indicted while still the president.
In the opinion piece, which starts “Dear Senate colleagues,” the distinguished former lawmakers sent a stern warning to current and future members of the Senate.
House Republicans know they have a big problem, but they don’t know who to blame. In order to figure that out, they’ve decided they need an autopsy to determine the cause of death of the Republican Party.
Everyone knows that Donald Trump will try to blame Democrats if he shuts down the U.S. government. But Democratic leaders in Congress are having none of it.
House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi and Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer issued a joint statement Monday letting the world know the truth. They wrote: