Hope Hicks confirmed to the House Judiciary Committee that Donald Trump welcomed Russia's attack on the 2016 election, and was relieved by it.
Republican supporters of Trump now think it's okay for the president to be a criminal if the economy is growing and the jobless rate is falling.
Under William Barr, the Department of Justice – which exists to protect the rule of law in the U.S. – has become a complete joke.
Trump has shown that this decades-old guideline barring criminal presidents from being indicted most definitely needs to be revised.
Trump's comments this week that he would welcome (more) foreign election interference in 2020 struck a nerve with some GOP lawmakers.
Former White House Communications Director Hope Hicks, once a close aide to President Donald Trump, has agreed to turn over documents related to his 2016 election campaign to congressional investigators, a top Democratic lawmaker said on Tuesday.
The White House has told Hope Hicks, a former close aide to President Donald Trump, not to turn over documents to the House Judiciary Committee related to her time in the administration, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters.
Sen. Mark Warner (D-VA) has a three-part plan that would stop the Russians from interfering in future elections to help Republicans and Trump.
Andrew McCabe said that in his view Robert Mueller spoke out because he was concerned about the way that Trump and Barr distorted his report.
Trump admitted for the first time that the Russias helped him get elected in 2016, but he claims that there was no crime.
Rachel Maddow said Mueller's public remarks leave Congress no choice but to use their authority to hold Donald Trump accountable.
Robert Mueller's comments didn't only make a liar out of attorney general William Barr, but they provided Congress a clear roadmap.
The Virginia senator said it is likely that Democrats in the House will still call on Mueller to testify and he will have to comply.
Impeachment looks like the best tool Dems have left – not only to fight the lawless Trump but to send a message to future presidents.
Three out of four chairmen and ranking Republicans wouldn't even respond when asked how they reviewed the report.
Donald Trump's new order reads like a threat to the agencies in the federal government that exist to keep the country safe.
Republican Rep. Justin Amash of Michigan said a few other Republicans have privately expressed sympathy to his view that President Trump should be impeached.
The first Republican in the U.S. Congress to say openly that President Donald Trump has committed impeachable offenses drew a 2020 election challenge on Monday from within his own party, the Detroit Free Press reported.
Trump has officially blocked White House Counsel Don McGahn from testifying before the House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday.
Trump is in full retreat mode and pretending like Barack Obama never told him in their face to face meeting not to hire Mike Flynn.