The Jack Smith grand jury investigating Trump’s taking of classified documents returns this week as the investigation faces two key questions.
Trump has gone from claiming he is going to be arrested to praising the Manhattan grand jury that he is clearly trying to persuade not to indict him.
If Donald Trump is “the” target of the federal 1/6 probe, that is a seismic shift in our politics.
While some of Senator Graham’s arguments to get out of testifying might have flown, he seems to have screwed himself with his public disputing of other witnesses’ characterizations of the Georgia phone calls.
House Intelligence Committee ranking member Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) said that Donald Trump Jr’s emails were just the beginning, and Special Counsel Robert Mueller impaneled the grand jury because the investigation is heating up, not winding down.
The president lashed out like a tired third grader during a campaign rally in West Virginia as the investigation into his ties to Russia continues to escalate.
Not only did the prosecutor succeed in acquitting the murderer Darren Wilson, he convinced the grand jury to indict, try, and convict the unarmed murder victim Michael Brown.
What’s happening in Ferguson, and rattling the cages of strained municipalities throughout the country, is, of course, about our complicated and corrosive attitudes about race. And yes, always and forever when it comes to public safety and the senseless loss of life on American streets, it’s about guns.
When discussing how the legal system continuously seems to not work when it comes to men of color being killed by police officers, attorney Benjamin Crump said, “The process is broken. The process needs to be indicted.”
A group of vigilante truck drivers will set upon Washington to demonstrate that when it comes to Constitutional ignorance, they have few peers outside the Republican Party.