This weekend, a number of prominent Republicans spoke at the CPAC conference. During the speeches, though, there was very little substance. There were also few outlines of how the GOP would move forward after last year’s losses.
The January 6th attack on the Capitol was one of the most disgraceful moments in United States history. Those behind the attack, though, don’t seem to be chastened by the fallout.
The acting chief of the Capitol Police, Yogananda Pittman revealed on Thursday that there is a plot for more violence. She told the House Appropriations Committee:
The former director of the Central Intelligence Agency on Wednesday praised former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe for his recent public comments about Donald Trump, saying he had “sufficient basis” to think that the president might be a Russian spy.
Former CIA director John Brennan was on MSNBC’s Morning Joe today, predicting that more indictments would be coming soon in special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe. And he shocked his audience when he made the suggestion that Mueller’s new indictments could include members of President Donald Trump’s immediate family.
President Trump tweeted Thursday that the “mainstream media” is to blame for the anger and incivility in the country’s political discourse.
As his words were posted on social media, packages sent by a likely serial bomber continued to target Trump’s critics.
John Brennan laid the blame for the murder of Jamal Khashoggi at the feet of Donald Trump because the president has enabled and encouraged authoritarian regimes with his rhetoric.
Even in a Washington used to scandals under the current president this editorial was a shocker. Everyone interviewed said they had never seen anything like it in their lifetimes.
Former CIA Director Michael Hayden paid tribute to John McCain and included a shot a Trump by pointing out that McCain never thought that he should lose his security clearance.
In a Monday "executive time" Twitter rant at the White House, Donald Trump begged John Brennan to sue him and expressed the mistaken belief that having a security clearance is worth big money.
Former CIA Director John Brennan said that he is willing to get his name dragged through the mud and go to court if it means preventing Trump from revoking more security clearances.
John Brennan's interview with Rachel Maddow clearly got under Trump's skin as the president can't stop tweeting about the former CIA Director.
MSNBC's Rachel Maddow did a deep and detailed interview with John Brennan and the picture that his answers painted showed why Trump is running scared from the Mueller investigation.
Former CIA Director John Brennan said on The Rachel Maddow Show that he is considering suing Trump for revoking his security clearance and that national security people will not be bullied by the likes of Donald Trump.
Calls are growing for Congress to take action to limit Trump's ability to revoke security clearances, because of his petty and thin-skinned behavior.
Former CIA Director John Brennan hit back at President Donald Trump in a scathing New York Times opinion piece after the president revoked his security clearance on Wednesday.
“In an op-ed, former CIA Director Brennan says President Trump revoked his security clearance to “scare into silence” critics”
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), the ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, said that Trump's revoking of Brennan's security clearance was not only un-American. It was also illegal.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders announced that Trump has revoked the security clearance of former CIA Director John Brennan because he criticized Trump
Former CIA Director John Brennan said that Trump couldn't have gotten the warning that his campaign was under federal investigation in 2016, because warning Trump would have compromised the investigation.