Donald Trump has quite a day on Wednesday. After deciding not to attend a meeting of Republicans in Gettysburg, PA, he called the phone of lawyer Rudy Giuliani. As the lawyer held the phone up to a microphone, Trump begged for the 2020 election results to be overturned.
Trump attacked his former Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Wednesday morning and in the process admitted that he obstructed justice.
Rep. Gerry Connolly (D-VA) said Democrats have three potential articles for Trump impeachment, extortion, abuse of power, and obstruction of justice.
The Mueller report revealed Lewandowski knew what he was doing was wrong regarding helping Trump obstruct justice.
A federal judge has made a voicemail of Trump's lawyer obstructing justice in the Michael Flynn case public.
The White House asked Don McGahn to lie for Trump on obstruction of justice twice in the last month in an effort to calm the president down.
The Democratic chairman of the U.S. House Judiciary Committee said on Wednesday an agreement had been reached to have Special Counsel Robert Mueller testify to Congress on his probe into Russian election interference and possible attempts by the President Donald Trump to impede the probe.
Trump is facing a dangerous situation on obstruction as former White House counsel Don McGahn is viewed as a credible witness by Democrats and Republicans.
The pre-Easter weekend news dump of the Mueller report failed. We all heard AG Barr’s pre-emptive strike – a highly unusual presser where he actually trotted out the idea that being frustrated is a defense when one is suspected of conspiring with a hostile foreign power to cheat his way to victory in an election.
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 proved that he is own worst enemy by going on a Twitter tirade against his own attorney general even though Special Counsel Robert Mueller is already investigating him for trying to obstruct justice through Jeff Sessions.
MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace dropped a bombshell. Trump is bringing in impeachment lawyer Emmett Flood to assert executive privilege and not answer any of Robert Mueller's questions about obstruction of justice.
"It gins up [Trump's] base and it may help him politically, but legally it’s of no moment. ... I think the Republicans over-promised and under-delivered with their memo."
All of the interviews shown in the clip took place after Trump reportedly ordered White House counsel to remove Mueller from his post.
"See, the whole plot to destroy the Trump presidency is about a disgruntled former golfer who didn't like his greens fees and he held onto the grudge for years."
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), the ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee said two words about Trump's behavior in relation to firing Comey that should terrify the White House. Schiff's talked about the potentially corrupt intent behind the president's actions.
According to the New York Times, "Mr. McGahn was unsuccessful, and the president erupted in anger in front of numerous White House officials, saying he needed his attorney general to protect him."
The new details continue to build the obstruction case against Trump, but they also increase the likelihood that the president and his GOP apologists will escalate their war on the FBI and special counsel Robert Mueller.
"He is not a king! He is a president in a constitutional model of government."
The case for obstruction of justice against this president continues to grow, and it may have just reached a point of no return.