Editor’s Note 11:30 Am: There were two titles on this article, one was incorrect (titles are filled in at the top and bottom of a post, the bottom is filled in automatically and doesn’t update with changes but it is the one used on some social media). The Senators said Trump could be, not is, guilty of obstruction of justice. This has been corrected.
President Donald Trump has often said over the past year that he fired former FBI Director James Comey because of the Russia investigation, but in a tweet today he now claims that is not true.
Seemingly out of the blue Trump tweeted:
While repeating Trump's conspiracy-laden talking points on CNN, Rudy Giuliani admitted that Robert Mueller wants to talk to Trump about obstruction of justice.
Rachel Maddow put Trump's call for an investigation into the Russia investigation into clear terms by noting that it is the second time that Trump has taken action to interfere with the Russia investigation.
According to NBC's Howard Feinman, Republicans are freaking out and trying to discredit the Steele dossier because Robert Mueller is getting close to Trump on obstruction of justice.
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), the ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee sent the White House reeling and Trump scurrying as he explains why Flynn's flip strengthens the obstruction of justice charge against Trump.
A heavily sourced report that Donald Trump pressured Mitch McConnell and other top Republicans to end the Russia investigation is a textbook example of obstruction of justice.
When asked by the ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee, Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) if Trump ever directed him to hinder the Russia investigation, Attorney General Jeff Sessions refused to answer the question.
The fact Special Counsel Robert Mueller has enough evidence to charge Mike Flynn strengthens the obstruction of justice case against Donald Trump.
Legal experts say Donald Trump added to his legal jeopardy and the potential obstruction of justice case against him during an interview on Fox News. The part of the interview that added to Trump’s woes was set up by a Fox and Friends host flattering the President by saying he was smart to lie about the Comey tapes.
Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats and National Security Agency Director Mike Rogers confirmed to special counsel Robert Mueller that Trump also asked them to deny that he was under federal investigation which Comey's account of the reason why he was fired by Donald Trump.
While it is unknown if there are tapes, a new report of a memo from a former NSA official documents, Trump's attempts to influence the NSA and interfere in the Russia investigation.
Someone leaked the Trump/RNC talking points on the obstruction of justice investigation, and they show that Republicans are beyond screwed.
Rep. Ted Lieu (D-CA) explained why Donald Trump is on the verge of going down for obstructing justice with six little words, "No one is above the law."
Former US Attorney Preet Bharara told ABC's This Week that he believes that there is enough evidence to begin an investigation of President Donald Trump for obstruction of justice in relation to the firing of James Comey.
James Comey didn't want to opine of whether or not Trump obstructed justice, but he made it clear that special counsel is investigating Trump for obstruction of justice.
Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D-MD) confirmed in an interview that the Trump White House is being investigated for obstruction of justice.
House Oversight Committee Chairman Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) says he is ready to use his subpoena power if that is what it takes to get access to James Comey's memos of his conversations with Donald Trump.
House Intel Committee ranking member Rep. Adam Schiff said that if Trump has been taping in the White House, those tapes would be the best proof of obstruction of justice.
The Trump lies are falling fast as former DNI James Clapper debunked Trump's story of dinner with James Comey. According to Clapper, it was Trump who asked Comey to dinner, and Comey was reluctant to go, and this is important because it suggests that Trump's true motive for the dinner was obstruction of justice.