Ryan spoke to reporters at the U.S. Capitol Wednesday afternoon, and said he agreed with an “initial assessment” by Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.), who maintained publicly last week that the FBI’s use of an informant to obtain information about Russia’s involvement in the Trump campaign was “appropriate.”
Wednesday was a bad day for Donald Trump’s “spygate” conspiracy theory. All through the day and into the evening influential Republicans and Trump allies debunked the theory with one person admitting “This whole thing is fake.”
White House reporters challenged Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders to provide evidence that the government spied on the Trump campaign, but all she could do was repeat the same line over again before dodging follow-up questions.
Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani keeps playing games with special counsel Robert Mueller, and you have to wonder if his tactics are going to work. In an interview with the Washington Post Giuliani said that Trump will not agree to be interviewed by Mueller unless the president can see all the documents they have concerning “Spygate.”
Donald Trump couldn't honor those who have sacrificed for our country on this Memorial Day without going on a deranged Obama conspiracy rant.
President Donald Trump was in rare Twitter form on Friday morning as he launched into several unhinged attacks against Democrats, accusing the opposition party of rooting against him on North Korea. His tweets as usual show that he is extremely sensitive to criticism and prefers to blame others for his failures and defeats.
After the Gang of 8 meeting with intelligence officials, the top-ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee said that there is no evidence to support Trump’s claim that spies were placed inside his presidential campaign.
Nicolle Wallace issued a disclaimer to MSNBC viewers that Trump's comments contained lies and smears before she showed video of the president.
MSNBC's Katy Tur showed the method behind Trump's spygate madness and showed why the American people must hold on to facts in the face of Trump's attempts to muddy the waters.
While talking to reporters before boarding Marine One, Trump uncorked a deranged conspiracy theory about spies in his presidential campaign, and when asked about Obama, he said that it would be obvious who was behind it.