Trump's defense in the Russia scandal crashed and burned Christopher Steele had a previous relationship with the president's daughter, Ivanka Trump.
Donald Trump’s former personal attorney/fixer Michael Cohen has denied a report that he took a trip to Prague in the summer 2016 to meet with Russian officials. The alleged trip by Cohen was outlined in the infamous Steele Dossier and has been offered as proof that Cohen was helping to facilitate an illegal conspiracy between the Trump campaign and Russia.
As more news comes out about how much information National Enquirer CEO David Pecker kept locked up in his vault about Donald Trump, the speculation is increasing that he had proof of some of the wilder claims made about Trump.
Donald Trump went bonkers on Twitter on Saturday, accusing Attorney General Jeff Sessions of being “scared stiff and missing in action.” It was the latest episode in his ongoing attacks against his own Justice Department. The president continues to say that people in his administration acted inappropriately in their investigation of his presidential campaign’s connections with Russia.
The release of today's testimony – and the damning allegations brought forward by Glenn Simpson – brings the president and the entire GOP that much closer to complete collapse.
Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) and Fox News Sunday tried as hard as they could to discredit the Russia investigation, but all that their attempt did was show how pathetic and sad their efforts to save Trump have become.
During an interview on ABC's This Week, the ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee investigating Trump and Russia, Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), cut through the GOP Steele Dossier distraction in seconds with a single vital question.
The news that the Clinton campaign and the DNC helped to fund the Steele Dossier adds a twist in that the research that Clinton helped to pay for may end up helping to bring down Trump.
Trump claimed that Russia, the FBI, or the Democrats paid opposition research firm Fusion GPS for the damning Steele Dossier, but in fact anti-Trump Republicans actually funded the Steele Dossier originally.
As more and more of the Steele Dossier's unverified in parts charges prove to be uncomfortably accurate, conservatives circled the wagons to sell Trump's lies.
Trump tried to discredit the Steele Dossier, but in the process accused the FBI of conspiring against him.
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) exposed how Republicans are meddling in the Russia investigation while recused to discredit attempts to get to the facts while trying to save Donald Trump.
President Trump was very upset about the salacious allegations and denied them, telling Comey he was considering ordering the FBI Director to investigation the alleged incident to prove it didn't happen. Comey tried to explain to Trump that that might look like the FBI was investigating Trump personally, which they were not.