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.
Donald Trump is now claiming that James Comey is the real liar and that he never asked Comey to fire Mike Flynn.
Protesters at Howard University chanted and booed on Friday through James Comey's first public address since he testified to Congress about his firing by U.S. President Donald Trump, challenging the former FBI director with a taste of the "real world" he was trying to describe to them.
In a ham-handed and amateur effort to smear the witness, Donald Trump is trying to discredit potential obstruction of justice charges against him by attacking former FBI Director James Comey.
During his testimony before the Senate Intel Committee, Jeff Sessions confirmed that Comey did not want to be left alone with Trump.
Jeff Sessions is in big trouble, no matter what he tells the Senate Intelligence Committee.
George W. Bush's ethics lawyer is warning that Trump's threat to legally come after James Comey could result in new charges, including obstruction of justice against the President.
Trump is desperately spewing nonsense because he knows he has no credibility – and because, with each passing day, the obstruction of justice case against him builds a little bit more.
During a joint press conference with the president of Romania, Donald Trump accidentally admitted that he asked for Comey's loyalty as he denied making the request of the former FBI Director.
The Trump administration is in for a rude awakening if they think the American public will believe the president over James Comey.
Murphy didn't explicitly call for the impeachment of the president, but his comments suggest that Democrats are becoming more comfortable heading down that road.