President Donald Trump engaged in campaign violations and colluded with Russia, committing both crimes “in plain sight” according to an op-ed published in USA Today.
Ethics watchdogs Fred Wertheimer and Norm Eisen wrote the op-ed, pointing out Trump’s obvious crimes. One, of course, occurred when Trump’s longtime attorney, Michael Cohen, implicated the president in a conspiracy when he pleaded guilty to violating campaign finance laws.
It just became official: the Republican Party is now the party of Donald Trump, which will probably result in disaster for them in the 2020 elections.
POLITICO is reporting that the GOP has basically re-branded itself as the “Trump Party:”
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.
Federal prosecutors in New York are investigating President Trump’s inaugural committee for misspending donated funds from the record $107 million it received.
Investigators are examining financial wrongdoing, and are scrutinizing donors who may have written sizable checks in exchange for access to the Trump administration, The Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday.
With all of the news that has come out recently about crimes committed by Donald J. Trump, many people are asking this one all-important question: How the heck can this joker still be President of the United States?
In addition to trashing dubious legal claims by Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani on Twitter Friday, Conway also lambasted the president in a Washington Post editorial that he co-wrote with former U.S Solicitor General Neal Katyal and former Republican FEC Chairman Trevor Potter.
Two top lawyers say it is now time for President Donald Trump to negotiate a plea deal and resign from office in order to minimize his legal liability.
Both former U.S. Solicitor General Neal Katyal and former chief White House ethics lawyer Richard Painter reached the same conclusion yesterday after more evidence was disclosed making clear that Donald Trump was guilty of committing at least one felony — and probably several more.
Former Judge Andrew Napolitano, legal analyst for Fox News, said that yesterday the people of America learned without question that federal prosecutors in New York have clear evidence that President Donald Trump committed a felony.
The newly-elected Attorney General for the State of New York has some big plans. And they involve the President of the United States, his children, and his business.
After being elected on November 6, Letitia James promised she would begin large-scale investigations of “President Donald Trump, his family and anyone in his circle who may have violated the law.” She said the investigations and prosecutions of Trump criminal conduct would be a top priority when she starts her new job next month.
Fox News’ senior legal analyst Andrew Napolitano said Monday that President Donald Trump may be charged with three separate crimes. He also said that Trump could be indicted while still the president.
For some unknown reason it took a Swiss newspaper to discover how Tucker Carlson really feels about Donald Trump.
In an interview with “Die Weltwoche,” Switzerland’s leading German-language weekly, the Fox News host was very blunt: “I don’t think he’s capable,” he said.
A conservative newspaper, The Washington Examiner, published an article today citing legal experts who discussed the topic of Donald Trump’s impeachment.
Michael Cohen, President Trump’s former personal attorney, has reached a new plea deal with special counsel Robert Mueller.
According to ABC’s George Stephanopoulos, Cohen is expected to plead guilty to lying to congressional committees.
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Cay Johnston is now reporting that an international human rights organization has requested that prosecutors in The Netherlands open a criminal investigation into several multi-billion dollar money laundering schemes that were facilitated by Donald Trump’s lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, and a law firm where he used to work.
Even though the statutes of limitations may have expired for criminal tax fraud (because the events took place so long ago) that would not be the case for the imposition of civil tax penalties. Which would mean Trump and his family may be on the hook for hundreds of millions of dollars. It is not far-fetched to think that this could possibly wipe out his entire net worth and bankrupt him.
- He undermined the credibility of law enforcement officials, such as the FBI and the Department of Justice, and
- He furthered the idea that there is a conspiracy being run to harm Donald Trump and his associates, who have done nothing wrong.
During an interview with Dershowitz on Fox & Friends, host Brian Kilmeade said that President Donald Trump is being targeted and attacked unfairly, as shown by the many investigations into his campaign, into his business dealings, and into his charitable foundation.
Donald Trump operates like a typical mob boss, in charge of an organized crime family. As events of the past week have shown, he surrounds himself with sleazy characters who live in the shadows and commit many different types of crimes, most of which they are never held accountable for.