At the end of a tense and controversial NATO summit in Brussels President Donald Trump held an informal news conference with international reporters and spoke about his upcoming summit meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The battle lines have been drawn and the opposing forces are getting ready for a long and sustained fight over Brett Kavanaugh, Donald Trump’s Supreme Court pick.
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ABC News reported on Monday that Erik Prince has turned over to Robert Mueller all of his electronic devices, including his cellphone and computer.
Prince is the founder of Blackwater, the brother of Betsy DeVos, and at the center of Robert Muellers’ investigation of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia. Last week Prince suddenly announced to the media that he’s been cooperating with Robert Mueller’s investigation.
“The Russian Witch Hunt Hoax continues, all because Jeff Sessions didn’t tell me he was going to recuse himself…I would have quickly picked someone else. So much time and money wasted, so many lives ruined…and Sessions knew better than most that there was No Collusion!”
MSNBC's Katy Tur called out the four-point strategy that Trump is using to try to survive the Mueller investigation and the Russia scandal.
Wednesday was a bad day for Donald Trump’s “spygate” conspiracy theory. All through the day and into the evening influential Republicans and Trump allies debunked the theory with one person admitting “This whole thing is fake.”
In April we reported that Alan Dershowitz believes the president is above the law. On Tuesday night the former Harvard law professor went on CNN to give another ridiculous opinion, saying that he believes it is legal for the president to obstruct justice.
Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani keeps playing games with special counsel Robert Mueller, and you have to wonder if his tactics are going to work. In an interview with the Washington Post Giuliani said that Trump will not agree to be interviewed by Mueller unless the president can see all the documents they have concerning “Spygate.”
Adam Schiff, the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee called on American voters to “throw the bums out” of Congress during appearances on Sunday morning talk shows. He was referring to Republican leaders who he accused of trying to undermine special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into the ties between Russia and the Trump campaign.
On Sunday morning President Donald Trump continued his unprecedented and alarming attacks on special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe, tweeting that the investigation has “destroyed” and “devastated” lives.
The Russia investigation bad news keeps coming for Trump, as Special Counsel Robert Mueller has obtained an Israeli intelligence firm's analysis of how fake news and social media accounts helped Trump get elected.
Rudy Giuliani recently went on TV to announce that Robert Mueller assured him that he won’t try to indict the president while he remains in office. According to the president’s lawyer, “They can’t indict. Because if they did, it would be dismissed quickly. There’s no precedent for a president being indicted.”
Speaker of the House, Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI), went all in on treason by agreeing with Vice President Mike Pence that the Mueller investigation should wrap up and end.
This bombshell announcement not only shook up the New York political scene, it also sent tremors through the investigations into collusion between Russia and the Donald Trump campaign for president.
On March 22nd the Washington Post published an article about the new spending bill which contained this small item which did not generate a lot of publicity at the time: “The bill provides $380 million to the federal Election Assistance Commission to make payments to states to improve election security and technology, and the FBI is set to receive $300 million in counterintelligence funding to combat Russian hacking.”
There has been much discussion about President Trump firing or otherwise disposing of Special Counsel Robert Mueller. In fact media headlines have been awash with such speculation, stoking fears that we will soon be facing a constitutional crisis unlike anything seen before in U.S. history.