"This meeting, purportedly in June, in July the Russians start dumping documents helpful to Donald Trump, hurtful to Hillary Clinton."
Each day brings another "drip" of information that increases the likelihood that there was collusion between the president's campaign and Moscow.
"Do I think it's appropriate? I think I probably would've done the same thing. I mean, it's opposition research."
James Clapper said the Russians will continue to collect intelligence and interfere in U.S. elections so long as the United States, led by Trump, refuses to "push back."
Just as Hillary Clinton warned the country during the campaign, Trump is turning out to be a Putin "puppet" who is delivering every last item on Russia's wish list.
From the start, Trump's commission was a sham. It has since devolved into a complete embarrassment for the administration – one that appears to have violated federal law.
"There's nobody left in America who believes that Donald Trump fired James Comey ... because James Comey was mean to Hillary Clinton."
"This is the clearest evidence so far that the FBI had reason to believe during the 2016 presidential campaign that a Trump campaign adviser was in touch with Russian agents."
"Such a request from the White House is a violation of procedures that limit communications with the FBI on pending investigations."
Even Republicans have realized that taking the administration's word is no longer an option.
The Trump campaign had repeated contacts with the Russian government at a time when Moscow was hacking the U.S. election.
"I think it's pretty established that the Russians did not hack the DNC. That's a falsehood."
Trump has been silent on Russia since taking office, but he could be days away from dropping the crippling sanctions President Obama put on the country.
"All the totalitarian regimes were fueled by whip-ups, okay? And people turned out to the streets, were they spontaneous? No."
Jackie Kennedy invented the idea of Camelot to rewrite JFK's legacy but Trump's myth is the gaudy facade of hell.
Trump says he was in Trump Tower on November 7, a day after Romney's loss, when it came to him, but he had used it already in December 2011
Nate Silver says, "Here’s the thing. The loss of trust mostly isn’t the pollsters’ fault. It’s the media’s fault. Oh, yes, I’m going there."
"A national 1 percent swing would have changed everything...it would have looked like a solid mandate for HRC"
"The same people who did the phony election polls, and were so wrong, are now doing approval rating polls. They are rigged just like before"
Trump's history of seeking business in the country that helped him win last year's election is well-documented.