Moments after Scott Walker signed a series of bills that weakened the power of the incoming Democratic Wisconsin governor and attorney general he was sued for a potentially illegal act.
Chris Christie pulled his name from consideration to be Trump's chief of staff because he has a book coming out in January.
Outgoing Wisconsin Republican Governor Scott Walker on Friday signed a package of legislation aimed at weakening the powers of his newly elected Democratic successor, dismissing critics who said the move was a last-minute partisan power grab.
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders is claiming that Trump had nothing to do and wasn't involved with his inauguration committee that is under criminal investigation.
The White House spokespeople are putting out statements attacking Michael Cohen as Trump's ex-lawyer is exposing the president.
Prosecutors would need to prove that Trump knew it was a crime. ... And here is Trump in 2012 showing that he knows about this very law as it applied to John Edwards, thus proving he “knew what the law forbade.” In fact, he adds for good measure: “a lot of very good lawyers” talked to him about the case.
California is determined to force 2020 Democratic presidential hopefuls to make some hard choices.
A Reuters examination of many of those documents, as well as deposition and trial testimony, shows that from at least 1971 to the early 2000s, the company’s raw talc and finished powders sometimes tested positive for small amounts of asbestos, and that company executives, mine managers, scientists, doctors and lawyers fretted over the problem and how to address it while failing to disclose it to regulators or the public.
The head of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security confirmed on Friday that a 7-year-old migrant girl from Guatemala had died hours after she was taken into U.S. Border Patrol custody.
In addition to trashing dubious legal claims by Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani on Twitter Friday, Conway also lambasted the president in a Washington Post editorial that he co-wrote with former U.S Solicitor General Neal Katyal and former Republican FEC Chairman Trevor Potter.
Republicans in Congress are expecting a partial government shutdown, “just in time for Christmas,” but they would probably rather have a lump of coal.
President Trump’s harmful comments at a White House meeting with congressional Democrats on Tuesday about how he would accept blame for a shutdown have made the partial shutdown scenario much more likely. And GOP members of Congress are not happy about it.
Michael Cohen has given Robert Mueller the evidence that he needs to allow Congress or the voters expose and end Trump's presidency.
Many people believe that the Russia probe is nearing its completion, but now The Daily Beast is reporting that Bob Mueller’s investigation might be moving to a whole new area of the world.
According to The Beast:
Rep. Eric Swalwell, D-Calif. confirmed Donald Trump’s worst fears on Thursday when he said “We’re going take an MRI to his finances.”
Swalwell works with Rep. Adam Schiff on the House Intelligence Committee and is also on the House Judiciary Committee, soon to be chaired by Rep. Jerry Nadler. Both Schiff and Nadler have promised that when Democrats take over their committee will open in-depth investigations into the president and his finances, including global money laundering operations and payments he received from foreign countries. Nadler has said his committee will have to consider impeaching the president.
For nearly 40 minutes on CNN, Kellyanne Conway reeled, spun, deflected, and flat out lied, but what she couldn't do was save Donald Trump.
When the history of Donald Trump's presidency is written, it will be remembered as the most corrupt this country has ever seen.
He said that Democrats can easily take back the White House with the right nominee and that he would be willing to support Trump's opponent.
The other men in the room – Cohen and Pecker – admit that these were illegal campaign payments, not private transactions as Trump has said.
According to a new report, Donald Trump's inaugural committee is being investigated for misspending some of the $107 million it raised in 2017.