If there is one thing the American people have learned over the past few years, it's that Donald Trump demands loyalty – not to the country but to himself.
A court threw the lawsuit in the trash and suggested that Nunes and his lawyer could be sanctioned if they don't give it up.
Instead of fighting back, this weak, corrupt president – and a spineless, complicit Republican Party – are allowing them to get away with it.
By inviting Russian interference in the U.S. election, Trump is jeopardizing America's national security and undermining democracy.
Julian Assange's lawyer claimed in court that Trump offered him a pardon, through a former GOP congressman, if he would cover-up Russia's role in the DNC hack.
It was revealed in a court filing that it was Rod Rosenstein who authorized the release of the Strzok-Page texts that have fueled Trump's conspiracy theories.
It's time for members of both parties to condemn and investigate Russian meddling before they steal another election from the American people.
A former senior White House official said President Trump told them that he knew Ukraine tried to keep him from getting elected because “Putin told me.”
And it's not just one former White House official. It's officials, plural.
Even setting aside Trump's Ukraine shakedown, it should be disturbing to all Americans that he continues to allow foreign surveillance of his calls.
The Republican Party's response to Donald Trump's Ukraine crimes has confirmed once and for all that the GOP is dead and buried.
Former White House official Fiona Hill is testifying Thursday in the House impeachment inquiry, and her opening statement is a doozy for those who live in a Republican Bubble.
Hill says not only was Russia the country that "interfered" in our 2016 election, but they were successful.
New testimony confirms what Hillary Clinton said during the 2016 presidential campaign: Donald Trump is a puppet of Vladimir Putin.
Thursday's reporting sealed the deal that the DOJ is officially dead and won't be coming back as long as this president is in the White House.
The intelligence community's inspector general alerted in a new, previously undisclosed warning that President Trump's July 25 call with the then newly elected Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy potentially exposed him to "serious national security and counter-intelligence risks."
"It is not part of his job to use taxpayer money to shake down other countries for the benefit of his campaign," Pelosi said of Trump after his White House released a redacted version of the promised full transcript of his Ukraine call.
Russia state TV not only directed Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden for loser Donald Trump, who can't win an election without cheating, but also bragged with 100% confidence that Senate Republican will never impeach the man "whom we elected."
Russian State TV trolled Trump for needing to cheat to win elections, agreeing that Trump won 2016 thanks to Russia and now needs Ukraine to win 2020.
After 46 Senate Republicans voted against $250 million in funding for election security in 2018, Senate Republicans have finally been shamed into making a vague gesture of care for US elections by agreeing to add just $250 million to the Financial Services and General Government (FSGG) Appropriations bill Thursday morning.
Trump called for mass resignations at The Times for reporting on the Kavanaugh sexual assault allegations and the Trump-Russia campaign collusion in 2016.
Democratic Rep. Eric Swalwell said there is no chance McConnell will take up a common-sense gun safety bill when Congress returns in September.