With Mueller closing in and Trump's legal team utterly imploding, it's no surprise the lawless president is eying a takeover of the Russia investigation.
MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace ran through the list of Trump crimes that White House Counsel Don McGhan may have witnessed and told Robert Mueller about.
By Steve Holland, Jeff Mason and James Oliphant
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump said on Monday he was worried that any statements under oath he provides to Special Counsel Robert Mueller could be used to bring perjury charges against him as part of the probe into Russia’s electoral interference.
More than 175 former State Department and Pentagon officials added their names to a statement signed by former national security officials criticizing President Donald Trump's decision to cancel the security clearance of former Central Intelligence Agency director John Brennan.
Any campaign strategist will say that the last thing they want to do is feed their supporters' complacency with false claims of impending victory, but that is exactly what Trump is doing ahead of the midterms.
Former White House Special Counsel Kathy Ruemmeler explained that Trump and Giuliani are wrong. There is no attorney/client privilege between the president and the White House lawyer. Trump is freaked out because Don McGahn had to answer Mueller's questions.
In a Monday "executive time" Twitter rant at the White House, Donald Trump begged John Brennan to sue him and expressed the mistaken belief that having a security clearance is worth big money.
In his early morning tweet storm he compared his situation to Watergate, insisted once again his general counsel Don McGahn isn’t a “RAT” and accused Mueller’s team of “looking for trouble.” He also said collusion is “a phony crime.”
North Carolina Republican legislators surprised critics when they passed a $15-per-hour “living wage” for 10,000 state workers.
The increase will affect about 10,000 state government and university system employees, such as secretaries, hospital workers, security guards and housekeepers.
The parallels between Watergate and the Russia scandal are growing as Michael Cohen's lawyer, Lanny Davis, is getting advice from the man who brought down Nixon, John Dean.
Trump is going to get more bad news as his former lawyer, Michael Cohen could be criminally charged by the end of August.
Trump's lawyers realized that they have no idea what White House Counsel Don McGahn told Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
The Washington Post asked 57 Senate and House Republicans for an interview to discuss Trump and race, and only three agreed to speak to them.
Meet The Press' Chuck Todd put his hand on his head and laughed as Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani tried to claim that truth is not truth.
Former CIA Director John Brennan said that he is willing to get his name dragged through the mud and go to court if it means preventing Trump from revoking more security clearances.
In an interview with “This Week” Co-Anchor Martha Raddatz Bolton said that the United States is also concerned about significant election meddling from three other countries: China, North Korea and Iran.
The mental stability of the President of the United States has come to the forefront of the issues which must be discussed and addressed by the American people.
This morning MSNBC host Joe Scarborough once again raised the issue which urgently needs attention right now by tweeting:
President Trump was on Twitter early Sunday attacking one of his favorite targets, the “failing” New York Times. He called Richard Nixon’s White House Counsel John Dean “a rat” and said “I have nothing to hide.” He also called the Mueller probe “McCarthyism at its WORST” and said the special counsel was investigating the wrong targets.