Donald Trump shouldn't have tweeted his morning missives to paranoia, as he has announced to the world that he is being spied on and the news won't be good. While he was trying to cast aspersions on former President Obama, Trump managed to cut off his nose to spite his face because he focused attention on why the government would be spying on him.
After Donald Trump awoke Saturday morning to accuse President Obama of illegally wiretapping him, Pelosi's response was to call for an independent investigation of Trump's Russia connections.
Former NSA analyst John Schindler mocked President Trump and said it wasn't smart to attack spies and the press "when you colluded with the Kremlin to get elected."
Strategic analyst for businesses and government agencies Eric Garland, who has been on top of intelligence drops in the past and has spent 18 years in the business of competitive intelligence and strategy, predicted Saturday, "Our intelligence and law enforcement professionals are about to produce the least convenient facts in American political history."
National Republican political strategist and media consultant Rick Wilson reminded President Trump this morning that the wiretapping was hardly a secret, the FBI was granted a FISA warrant in October covering Trump's ties to Russia.
White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Sanders was asked why the Trump administration is just now revealing the meeting with Russian Ambassador Kislyak that took place at Trump Tower and if he used a different door since the press didn't capture his visit.
After a particularly harsh day of constant Russia Trump bombs being dropped on Thursday, President Trump decided that we should investigate Senator Chuck Schumer, even though the Russians didn't help Democrats win/steal the 2016 election.
In a move that will only add fuel to the Russia scandal fire, Attorney General Jeff Sessions has recused himself from all investigations related to the Trump campaign.
New DNC Chair Tom Perez shows that he's on message, telling MSNBC Sessions should resign, "The rule of law is the rule of law. Nobody is above the law."
Republicans are trying to advance the argument that Sessions was just doing his job when he met with the Russian ambassador twice during 2016, but it turns out he was the only member of the 2016 Armed Services Committee to do so.
President Trump told reporters he still has "total" confidence in his Attorney General amid calls for AG Jeff Sessions to resign or recuse himself, according to a pool report sent to PoliticusUSA.
The British spy behind the Trump Russia dossier "has been approached about testifying before the US Senate Intelligence Committee’s investigation into the new President’s alleged links with Russia."
Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) is pulling no punches as he just dropped an amazing letter demanding answers on Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Republicans have their talking point, and it's that AG Jeff Sessions might want to maybe recuse himself from the Russia probe. If he wants to. Because patriotism.
Here's a clip of that time when then Senator Sessions said on perjury, "No one is above the law."
The Trump White House is blaming Democrats for the fact that Jeff Sessions lied about having contact with Russia during the presidential campaign.
"And we need Attorney General Jeff Sessions – who should have never been confirmed in the first place – to resign. We need it now," Senator Elizabeth Warren tweeted Wednesday night after a report that Jeff Sessions lied under oath when he said he had no contacts with Russia as a member of the Trump campaign.
Attorney General Sessions issued a statement in response to allegations that he lied under oath about contacts with Russia that was a denial that made it clear that special prosecutor is necessary.
Watch the video that could doom the Trump administration of Jeff Sessions lying under oath about having contact with Russia during the campaign.
Calls are growing for Trump Attorney General Jeff Sessions to resign after it was reported that he lied under oath about contact with Russian officials while he was a member of the Trump campaign.