Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) took Rudy Giuliani's Watergate comparison and turned it around to make the point that what Trump has potentially done is bigger and worse than Watergate.
The Justice Department announced Wednesday evening that it will hold back-to-back meetings on Thursday to review classified information concerning a confidential intelligence source in the Russia investigation.
On January 6, 2017, between Donald Trump winning the presidential election and his being sworn in, our nation’s intelligence community issued a document clearly outlining how Russia, at the directive of the President of that nation, interfered with our election, favoring Donald Trump.
A group of far-right Trump supporting House Republicans has introduced a treasonous resolution demanding a second special counsel to investigate the Russia investigation.
During his Sunday madness tweet storm over the Russia investigation, Trump claimed that anyone who supports the Russia investigation is not a real American.
Trump took to Twitter and had himself a Sunday morning meltdown over reports that the Trump campaign was also meeting with Middle Eastern countries about illegal interference in the 2016 election.
Officials at the Department of Justice are warning that House Intelligence Committee chairman, Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA), is abusing the power of his position to collect government secrets that he can weaponize and use against Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
One of the deepest fears of many Americans is that our government has been taken over, or at least unduly influenced, by Russia and its President Vladimir Putin. And this week’s revelations about Michael Cohen from Stormy Daniels’ lawyer Michael Avenatti have done nothing to calm those fears. In fact, it is possible to interpret Avenatti’s disclosures of Cohen’s financial transactions as evidence that Russian influence over the Trump administration does in fact exist, and has existed for years.
Rudy Giuliani is digging Trump's political grave by inventing fake quotes about the investigation from Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
As Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee Rep. Devin Nunes (R – CA) has become a hero to Republicans and a laughingstock to Democrats. His committee’s “investigation” into the Trump campaign’s collusion with Russia during the 2016 election was indeed a total joke, although Republicans (especially the president) loved it because it concluded that without a doubt there was absolutely NO collusion between Trump and Russia.
Robert Mueller is leaving no stone unturned as he is interviewing one of Trump's closest friends, Tom Barrack.
On Thursday, Special Counsel Mueller requested 70 blank subpoenas for appearances in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia (EDVA) in the case against former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort.
On Sunday talk shows former FBI Director James Comey completely dismissed and derided the Republicans’ House Intelligence Committee report that said there was no collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.
Many Americans are hoping that this November’s midterm elections will result in what is being called a ‘Blue Wave’ that would sweep into power so many Democrats in Congress that they would take back control of both the House of Representatives and the Senate.
Instead of providing reassurance that Mr. Trump was not considering firing Robert Mueller or Rod Rosenstein, Trump provided a cryptic response to a reporter yesterday asking whether “he had decided it not worth the political fallout” to fire either of the men associated with the Russian investigation.
Today, John Dowd, one of several attorneys working on Mr. Trump’s legal team has resigned as was speculated by many. With reports of Trump’s disaffection with his legal team coupled with reports of his taking advice from more non-traditional individuals such as Fox News personality, Judge Jean Pirro. Fox news opinion personalities have urged Trump to simply “stop talking about the Russia investigation,” with more vocal personalities, such as Pirro telling Trump how he ought to proceed.
Each time another ex-Trump confidant flips on their former boss and starts cooperating with Mueller, the special counsel gets another building block in its growing case against Trump.
Trump's lawyers are now urging him to refuse an interview with Robert Mueller, citing the president's inability to tell the truth.
Congressman Schiff gave the president and son Don Jr. a quick lesson on what it means to illegally leak classified information.
"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."