Conservative political operative Roger Stone was served with papers relating to a Capitol riot lawsuit while live on radio. At the time, Stone was answering a question about whether former President Donald Trump, who had urged his supporters to march on the United States Capitol, should run for office in 2024.
Social media was very important to Donald Trump’s rise to political prominence. In 2016, Facebook did little to remove false pro-Trump articles on the site that spread like wildfire. Trump’s prolific Twitter use also continued while he was in office.
When news broke that Matt Gaetz was being investigated for sex trafficking, the Florida lawmaker went on the attack. That night, he appeared on Tucker Carlson’s show to give his side of the story.
Roger Stone, the former political adviser to former President Donald Trump, is being scrutinized for his links to members of the Oath Keepers and Proud Boys who participated in the Capitol riots of January 6.
There are many inmates with intriguing cases hoping for a presidential pardon. Unfortunately for them, many are neither Republicans or close personal friends to Donald Trump.
On Tuesday, the president delivered pardons to disgraced politicians Chris Collins and Duncan Hunter. He also absolved the war atrocities of Blackwater contractors.
It took them quite a long time, but many Republican senators have come to admit that Joe Biden defeated Donald Trump in the 2020 election. They have joined Ben Sasse, Mitt Romney, Lisa Murkowski and Susan Collins.
Tammy Duckworth has harshly criticized Donald Trump for his failure to act on intelligence that Russia has paid for the deaths of American troops and commuting the sentence prison a long-time ally.
The Democratic senator compared the President’s decision to commute Roger Stone’s prison sentence to his inaction on Russian bounties paid to the Taliban in Afghanistan.
Roger Stone has said he wants Republican Congressman Matt Gaetz to become president and he wants to live long enough to see it. Both men are major supporters of the President.
Stone gave an interview to Fox News’ Sean Hannity on Monday and spoke about the commutation of his sentence. He was convicted on seven charges and sentenced to three years in prison.
Nancy Pelosi will try to limit the President’s power to pardon people and commute sentences following Donald Trump’s decision to commute Roger Stone’s jail term.
The Speaker of the House expressed her anger with Trump’s actions over the weekend. She now wants to pass new legislation to prevent him doing the same thing again.
Kayleigh McEnany has claimed that the Russia investigation was a waste of the country’s time and that it was based on a hoax. She was responding to an op-ed from Robert Mueller.
The former Special Counsel wrote an article in The Washington Post defending his probe. He also criticized the President for commuting Roger Stone’s sentence.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) took his betrayal of the United States to a new high by supporting Roger Stone not going to prison.
President Donald Trump said in several interviews that he is considering pardoning his former political adviser Roger Stone, who in January 2019 was convicted on seven counts of obstruction of justice, witness tampering, and lying to federal investigators and later sentenced to 40 months in federal prison.
President Donald Trump hinted he’d pardon his former political adviser Roger Stone, who in January 2019 was convicted on seven counts of obstruction of justice, witness tampering, and lying to federal investigators and later sentenced to 40 months in federal prison.
Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) showed up on Fox News and demanded that people involved with the Russia investigation be charged with crimes as he tried to distract from the coronavirus.
Judge Amy Berman Jackson blasted Roger Stone while rejected a defense request that she step down from the case due to "bias."
Roger Stone was sentenced to roughly three and a half years in prison for multiple felonies including lying to Congress to protect Trump.
Donald Trump is melting down on Twitter and ranting as Roger Stone is in court at this moment for sentencing for multiple felony convictions.
Judge Amy Berman Jackson has called an on the record telephone conference with all parties in the Roger Stone case just two days before sentencing.
Vice President Mike Pence's Chief of Staff claimed on Sunday that Barr decided on his own to reduce Stone's sentence, and Trump was not involved.
A juror in Roger Stone's trial is standing up for the prosecutors who stepped down and speaking out against Trump and Barr.