Nancy Pelosi said that she was sending a message to Putin and Trump that the American people will pick the next president.
A former senior White House official said President Trump told them that he knew Ukraine tried to keep him from getting elected because “Putin told me.”
And it's not just one former White House official. It's officials, plural.
Donald Trump’s DC hotel decided it doesn’t want the money that comes from Christians showing solidarity with the Kurds. According to the Washington Post, the Trump International Hotel “abruptly” canceled the event that Frontier Alliance International said was intended to honor and pray for the Kurdish people.
Rudy Giuliani was all set to get paid by Putin, but he canceled his appearance at a Kremlin conference after getting Trump impeached.
Despite the fact that Donald Trump wooed disgruntled working-class Americans with promises to protect and even create well-paying jobs, it’s not hard to see that these promises were empty and that he’s been no advocate for the American worker.
Trump tried to attack Rex Tillerson but instead ended up showing more deference and bowing down to Putin.
Trump and Putin spoke by phone about the Mueller report and decided that the Russia investigation is over.
Back in February 2017 at a Black History Month event, President Donald Trump regaled his audience with his insights about famous African Americans’ contributions throughout U.S. history. He identified Frederick Douglass as “an example of somebody’s who’s done a great job and is getting recognized more and more, I notice.”
Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday that he is ready to aim missiles at the United States if the U.S. puts new missiles in Europe.
Putin said Russia will respond to the deployment of short or intermediate-range nuclear weapons by the United States in Europe by targeting the countries where the missiles are located. But in addition to that, he will direct his military to prepare to attack the United States directly also.
Democrats are now casting themselves as the party of national security since Donald Trump cannot be trusted and is probably committing treason.
By cozying up to Vladimir Putin, and attacking U.S. intelligence agencies, Donald Trump has proven that he cannot be trusted. He clearly cares about his personal business interests more than he cares about the security of the country he is sworn to protect. He has even attacked key U.S. allies.
Conservative New York Times writer Bret Stephens believes that Donald Trump’s withdrawal of U.S. troops from Syria will destabilize the Middle East and hurt U.S. interests there.
In an appearance on MSNBC‘s “Morning Joe,” Stephens said that Trump’s Syria move “will reconstitute the Middle East that we fear, which is to say an exporter of terrorism and instability.”
The Russian President held his 14th annual end-of-the-year press conference on Thursday morning, touching upon a wide array of issues, including relations with the US and Ukraine, anti-Russia sanctions, and arms control. He was also questioned about the Russia’s economy and Donald Trump’s commitment to withdraw troops from Syria.
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday praised Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw U.S. troops from Syria. Putin also said that the American presence in Syria is “illegitimate.”
During his annual news conference with domestic and foreign media, Putin was asked by a U.S. reporter what he thought of the decision by Trump.
Donald Trump’s buddy Vladimir Putin is not helping him out very much these days. Over the weekend the Russian president pointed out that Trump canceled their G-20 meeting due to his worsening “domestic” scandals. Trump had claimed that he cancelled the meeting because of Russia’s aggression against Ukraine, which is clearly not true.
Lawmakers in the Ukraine on Monday are considering a request from their president for the introduction of martial law in the country. The request came after a disturbing incident in which Russian coast guard ships fired their weapons at Ukrainian navy vessels.
Against all evidence, Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) said he didn't have a problem with President Donald Trump sitting down with Putin, claiming that what matters is the message that Trump might send to stop meddling in our country.
In a glimpse of White House dysfunction, Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats was blindsided by the news that Trump has invited Putin to the White House this fall on live national television.
It spoke volumes when Fox News' Chris Wallace was more confrontational with Putin than Trump was during their summit.