Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) defended Trump comparing impeachment to lynching and blamed James Comey for Trump's "frustration."
On Sunday night, speaking to a well-healed audience on New York City’s Upper East Side, he said that American voters must end Donald Trump’s presidency with a “landslide victory for his opponent” in 2020.
President Trump attacked former FBI Director James Comey early Sunday, accusing him of lying during his testimony to House lawmakers about the investigation into Russia‘s election interference.
“Leakin’ James Comey must have set a record for who lied the most to Congress in one day. His Friday testimony was so untruthful!” the president tweeted.
Donald Trump had one of his longest and most angry Twitter meltdowns ever this morning. He appears to be completely freaking out as he waits for special counsel Robert Mueller’s next move.
The targets of the president’s attacks today include:
Rep. Adam Schiff saw through Trump's threat to take away national security clearance from several former national security officials to call it what it really is, a presidential enemies list.
A former senior national security official told MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace that people need to act if Trump moves to strip security clearances away from former officials who criticize him.
Former FBI Director, and Republican, James Comey issued a plea to Democrats to avoid rushing to the far left because the middle wants sensible and balanced leadership.
Former FBI Director James Comey on Tuesday said “history has its eyes on us” and encouraged Americans to vote for Democrats in the upcoming midterm elections.
Comey posted a tweet urging Americans to turn away from Republican candidates this November.
While Trump is playing golf and making Putin's dreams come true, James Comey, who Trump thinks is a criminal, is reading the Declaration Of Independence with his family on this 4th of July.
Former FBI Director, and gun owner, James Comey ripped the NRA for selling fear and lying to the American people about gun rights.
In a highly unusual move Donald Trump took almost a 24 hour break from Twitter yesterday. Today, however, he was back on his favorite social media platform bragging and taking credit, which is his usual style.
Rudy Giuliani took his warped and inaccurate definition of presidential power to a whole new level on Sunday when he claimed that Trump could shoot James Comey and not be indicted.
President Donald Trump has often said over the past year that he fired former FBI Director James Comey because of the Russia investigation, but in a tweet today he now claims that is not true.
Seemingly out of the blue Trump tweeted:
On Meet The Press, James Comey destroyed the foundation of Trump's Russia scandal defense in just 18 seconds.
Several rumors continue circulating that Mr. Trump wants to fire the Deputy Attorney General for the United States Department of Justice, Rod Rosenstein, or Special Counsel, Robert Mueller, with reports by major media outlets such as The Washington Post and The New York Times, confirming such speculation.
President Trump better find more distractions to keep the public’s minds off his many scandals. A one-time bombing of Syria won’t be enough, and after today’s Sunday talk shows are over it will be “old news.”
The political process of consolidating power occurs when an individual in power disbands legislative, judicial and executive authorities while placing that authority in one or two offices or office holders.
Sadly, this near-constitutional crisis the country finds itself in was largely caused by Comey's own actions as FBI director during the 2016 election
The case for obstruction of justice against this president continues to grow, and it may have just reached a point of no return.
Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe confirmed James Comey's explosive testimony that Trump demanded his loyalty.