Presidential historian Jon Meacham said Tuesday that actions taken by Donald Trump may represent the “definition of treason.” This would be the case if Trump was aware of Russia‘s efforts to interfere and help him win the 2016 election.
Trump told Jeff Glor of the CBS Evening News that he did great at Putin press conference, even though it has resulted in accusations of treason and calls for his impeachment.
When Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee on Friday released a report on Russia’s involvement in the 2016 election, we learned more information about the famous Trump Tower meeting in June of 2016 that takes away any doubt that the Trump presidential campaign colluded with Russia to help Trump get elected.
Trump Jr. claimed client-attorney privilege to explain his refusal to divulge what he and elder Trump talked about following the secret June 9 meeting with Russian officials at Trump Tower.
The new development "adds to a series of actions that Trump has taken that some advisers fear could place him and some members of his inner circle in legal jeopardy."
A handful of Democratic Senators were fuming on Thursday as Donald Trump and the White House strongly consider giving back two compounds to Russia that were shut down by the Obama administration.
Trump may be far away, but the stench of scandal and controversy that has plagued his presidency since day one will follow him to France.
"Frequently individuals who go along a treasonous path do not even realize they are on that path until it gets to be a bit too late," former director of the CIA John Brennan said while testifying in the House Intelligence hearing on the Russia investigation Tuesday.
"Paul Manafort pledged to influence politics, business dealings and news coverage inside the United States to benefit President Vladimir Putin's government.”
Given Trump’s refusal to acknowledge the threat to national security, it is essential that Congress discover the truth about Russia’s activities and stop colluding with Trump.
Top Democrats are demanding that President Trump fire Michael Flynn immediately after Flynn was busted for possibly undermining Russian sanctions behind President Obama's back.
"What’s closer to treason? Political opposition to a candidate, or siding with a hostile foreign power in the Intel war?”
Trump has only two equally detrimental choices in dealing with the effects of President Obama’s sanctions against Russia. and they're both damning.
It’s not surprising that anyone close to Trump’s campaign would have knowledge of attacks perpetrated at the hand of a foreign government.
The notion he would invite a foreign nation to conduct an attack against our country violates the Logan Act; he should be investigated.
Making a claim that sadly seems plausible on the surface, an Iranian official accused Republicans of asking Tehran to delay the recent prisoner exchange until after the presidential election.
Michele Fiore (R-Clark County) wants other Republicans to join the armed insurgents in the Koch-Mormon war against our federal government
Cotton is the worst kind of traitor for standing with a foreigner, on foreign soil, and pledging his support to subvert the United States
f Americans failed to believe that America did not need to re-evaluate its unconditional support for Israel before, this deliberate and concerted effort between Israel and Republicans to subvert American foreign policy cannot be ignored.
Major Gen. Paul D. Eaton stopped short of calling Cotton and 46 Republicans traitors. As a career military man Eaton used the appropriate label for Cotton's lack of ethics and knowledge of his place as a congressional representative.