The spineless Speaker of the House can continue to provide cover for this president, but no one is buying it. Especially not Robert Mueller.
Rudy Giuliani has come up with a new condition for special counsel Robert Mueller to meet. Trump’s lawyer wants Mueller to promise to end his investigation within two months.
Today's admission brought us even closer to answering the question of whether the Trump campaign actively worked with Russia to undermine the 2016 election.
Rep. Rooney's complete repudiation of Trump's lie is meaningful given his status on the powerful House Intelligence Committee
Cambridge Analytica's former chief denied deliberately misleading British lawmakers, even as he admitted that his firm did receive data from the researcher at the center of a scandal over Facebook data, contradicting his previous testimony.
Former Bush ethics lawyer turned Minnesota Democratic Senate candidate, Richard Painter warned that the US could fall into dictatorship if our rule of law is not protected by Congress.
Painter was asked by Ari Melber how he separates the serious legal claim in the Trump attorney letter to Mueller from the hyperbole.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders cut off NBC News' Peter Alexander as he was in the middle of asking if Trump thinks that he is above the law.
MSNBC's Katy Tur called out the four-point strategy that Trump is using to try to survive the Mueller investigation and the Russia scandal.
Ranking Member Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) of the House Committee on the Judiciary, released the following statement in response to President Trump's incorrect claims of an 'absolute' right to pardon himself, and that the Special Counsel investigation is 'unconstitutional'
Trump's lawyers are trying to muddy up two questions that already have legal opinions behind them. The DOJ determined previously that Nixon couldn't pardon himself, and there are numerous court rulings that suggest that a president must comply with a subpoena.
Rudy Giuliani took his warped and inaccurate definition of presidential power to a whole new level on Sunday when he claimed that Trump could shoot James Comey and not be indicted.
Michael Avenatti said that he loves it when Rudy Giuliani talks because he digs Trump's hole deeper by making damaging admissions.
Giuliani argued that Trump has the power to pardon himself, but according to Preet Bharara, a Trump pardon of himself would almost be self-executing impeachment.
The leaked memo from Trump's lawyers to Mueller reveals that Trump's legal defense is that the president is above the law and can't be subpoenaed or prosecuted.
Charlie Savage of The New York Times pointed out that by confessing that Trump dictated the lie-filled memo about the Russia meeting that was released in his son's name, Trump's lawyers admitted to an impeachable offense.
Once again, by arguing that Trump is above the law and not that he is innocent, the president's lawyers are essentially admitting their client is guilty.
Trump, after spending months waging war on the U.S. intelligence community, is accusing others of destroying American institutions.
A social media expert who worked with influential Donald Trump ally Roger Stone during the 2016 U.S. presidential race testified before a federal grand jury on Friday after being subpoenaed by the special counsel investigating potential collusion between Trump's campaign and Russia.
U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller's team investigating suspected Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. election spent $4.5 million between October last year and March 2018, the Department of Justice said on Thursday.
The president may have broad power to issue pardons, but using one to avoid criminal liability is obstruction of justice.