Lev Parnas, one of several indicted associates of Trump's personal lawyer and shadow State Department Rudy Giuliani, helped arrange meetings and calls in Europe for Republican Representative Devin Nunes in 2018.
The White House told the media on Monday that President Donald Trump would not take any questions after he admitted on Twitter that his son may have colluded with Russians during the 2016 campaign.
“JUST IN: White House announces a travel/photo lid, which means no public appearances by Trump today as new questions swirl around that 2016 Trump Tower meeting to get dirt on Hillary Clinton.”
Former US Attorney Chuck Rosenberg made an educated guess that the pieces are there to charge a person or people in Trump's campaign for conspiring with Russia.
Former US Attorney Barbara McQuade discussed how Rudy Giuliani got prosecutors closer to be able to charge the Trumps with the crime of conspiracy.
Donald Trump clearly isn’t getting enough sleep. On Tuesday his tweets started shortly after 3 a.m. and they show that the president is losing his grip on reality.
His outrageous tweets constitute a renewed effort on his part to taint the Russia investigation of special counsel Robert Mueller, and to accuse Democrats and the Obama administration of spying on his campaign.
One of my friends at Daily Kos just posted some shocking truth bombs about the Mueller investigation. He has a friend who is a consultant to the United States intelligence community and he recently wrote up his comments about what is REALLY going on with the Russia probe.
President Trump's new Chief of Staff wants control of all info before it crosses Trump's desk in an attempt to keep him from seeing unvetted information. But what about Twitter.
"The U.S. has no proof of Russian involvement in the actual chemical attack, but Russia's surveillance drone over the hospital means Russia must have known the chemical weapons attack was coming. "
While debunking the sickening Sandy Hook conspiracy theory may seem to dignify beyond what it deserves, it has to be done
The war on public transportation is in full swing, like the war on all things public waged by the right. Like so many of their offensives, the motivations include racism and hatred toward the poor.