It's not a good place for the White House to be when their only remaining argument in defense of Donald Trump is that he is above the law.
Trump is doing his best to hand Robert Mueller and congressional investigators an open-and-shut obstruction of justice case against him.
"For him to be interviewing candidates for that prosecutor who may in turn consider whether to bring indictments involving him and his administration seems to smack of political interference."
"They're going to get somebody, and they're going to get him for something. And they're probably going to go to jail."
Trump's tweets about "witch hunts" aren't only reflections of presidential paranoia. They are part of a deeper strategy to discredit the man investigating him for obstruction of justice.
Donald Trump’s fans and conservative pundits describe his mess of a “foreign policy” as transactional. Trump’s supporters claim this is part of his “genius” during their more intense “dear leader” moments.
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) is pushing for the House to investigate Trump for obstruction of justice as the news only gets worse for the President.
While signing an executive order related to apprenticeships, Trump ignored questions about reporters on the obstruction of justice investigation.
President Trump confirmed on social media that he is under investigation for obstruction of justice because he doesn't understand that tweets are official statements and evidence that can be used against him.
Former US Attorney Preet Bharara told ABC's This Week that he believes that there is enough evidence to begin an investigation of President Donald Trump for obstruction of justice in relation to the firing of 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.
America is waiting to hear what Former FBI Director James Comey will say during in Congressional testimony.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions is being potentially investigated by the Russia investigation special counsel for obstruction of justice related to the firing of former FBI Director James Comey.
Holding the president accountable for trying to block an investigation – a criminal act – doesn't jive well with Trump's supporters.
Weeks after taking office, President Trump reportedly called former FBI Director James Comey to ask when federal authorities would publicly state that he wasn't under investigation, according to yet another Comey bomb dropped by Mike Schmidt.