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Saturday, February 17, 2018
Greg Price

Poll: Biden, Sanders Ahead Of Winfrey In 2020 Dem Bid

Democrat and former Vice President Joe Biden, along with former presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, would beat out supposed 2020 hopeful and media scion Oprah Winfrey for the Democrats nomination well before Winfrey could square off against incumbent Donald Trump, a new poll released Thursday found.

January 12, 2018
Trump, American First

Pence, Trump Jr. Could Be Next In Mueller’s Probe

To date, four former members of President Donald Trump’s campaign have already been claimed by Mueller’s probe. Former campaign manager Paul Manafort and campaign official Rick Gates were handed a 12-count indictment and a potential trial looms next year, while ex-campaign foreign policy adviser George Papadopoulos and former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn each pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about contact with Russians.

January 1, 2018
Enterprise Title Transfer

Democrats Nadler Pick Could Signal Impeachment In 2018

House Democrats may have set the stage, or at least positioned a critical actor, for impeaching President Donald Trump. This week’s Judiciary Committee win for Rep. Jerrold Nadler of New York, a constitutional law expert who’s previously dealt with Trump…

December 24, 2017
Jared Kushner

Report: Kushner Companies’ Bank Records Sought By Feds

Prosecutors at the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Eastern District of New York, in Brooklyn, sought the records in “recent weeks” while investigating the Kushner Companies use of a visa program called EB-5, The New York Times reported Friday afternoon.

December 23, 2017
Robert Mueller

Rep.: Trump Could Fire Mueller Next Week

Democratic Congresswoman Jackie Spier said Friday the “rumor on the Hill” is that President Donald Trump intends to fire Special Counsel Robert Mueller next week when Congress is gone for the holidays.

December 17, 2017
Trump rabbit hole

Poll: Trump Should Resign Now Over Harassment Claims

It’s not his early morning tweets filled with ominous threats of war, or the Russia collusion allegations, or potential conflicts of interest with his global business empire, or his responses to the violent Charlottesville protests or that his administration has yet to pass a major piece of legislation.

December 16, 2017
Ivanka, Donald Trump, Tax

Are Ivanka And Jared Kushner Defying Trump?

Ivanka Trump has been defying the stances of her father, President Donald Trump, repeatedly in the past few months, raising questions about whether the child the commander-in-chief once singled out as his favored Trump is now brewing a resistance of her own.

December 14, 2017
Retired Gen. Michael Flynn attended White House intel briefings while working for foreign clients

Trump, Flynn Coordination A ‘Scandal,’ Expert Says

The information-sharing deal between President Donald Trump’s legal team and that of former national security adviser Mike Flynn has been a “scandal,” as well “ethically dubious” and could be construed as form of “witness tampering,” according to a top legal expert.

November 25, 2017

Trump Heads To Mar-A-Lago For Eighth Time

President Donald Trump embarked on a five-day visit to his posh Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida on Tuesday afternoon, just ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday. It is the latest example of a trip that will prove costly to American taxpayers taken by a commander-in-chief who promised to cut back on frivolous spending across the federal government.

November 23, 2017
Trump, Russia

Trump Blows Past Russia Sanctions Deadline

New sanctions resoundingly flew through both chambers of Congress in July, President Donald Trump signed the “Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act” on August 2. The bill called for fresh sanctions not only on Russia but Iran and North Korea as well.

October 24, 2017
White House anti-Semitism

Report: White House Staff Already Looking For New Jobs

Normally, West Wing staffers remain with an administration for at least a year or two not only to adorn the top of their resumes but also to avoid the bad optics that leaving a job so quickly can have in almost any other sector. But Politico reports that staffers from the National Economic Council, the communications shop and even political appointees are trying to leave due to low morale from the Trump-Russia investigation and the heavy turnover at top positions in the White House.

September 23, 2017

Mueller Seen To Be Probing Trump Like A Mob Boss

Speaking of Manafort, his reported experiences with Mueller’s team stand as a prominent example of the investigation’s scope and tactics. When Manafort’s house was raided in July in a search for documents and information on his computer, prosecutors said they intended to indict him, the Times reported, citing two people close to the investigation.

September 20, 2017
Mnuchin, Treasury Secretary, Trump

Watchdog Sues Treasury Over Mnuchin’s Eclipse Trip

The Treasury Department has failed to provide information on Secretary Steve Mnuchin’s high-profile use of a government plane while traveling with his luxury-loving wife to Kentucky last month to check out the solar eclipse and Fort Knox, a new lawsuit argued Monday.

September 13, 2017

Three Hurricanes Set To Pummel Americas Over Weekend

The three hurricanes—Category 4 Irma, Category 4 Jose and Category 2 Katia—are swirling and wreaking havoc along their distinct paths. Both Irma and Jose are moving up the eastern Atlantic Ocean, with Irma already causing destruction in the northern Lesser Antilles and Jose expected to do the same over the weekend.

September 9, 2017
Impeach Trump

‘Impeach Trump’ Billboard Erected Outside Mar-a-Lago

The billboard is up on Southern Boulevard, which is one street that links directly to Trump’s estate. He’s often been criticized for not only spending too much time at Mar-a-Lago but for golfing and vacationing too often. Just recently, Trump wrapped up a 17-day “working vacation” at his golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey. In a press release, the impeachment campaigners note that the billboard’s purpose is to “remind” the Republican that “no one is above the law.”

September 3, 2017
Secret Service

The Secret Service Can’t Afford To Protect Donald Trump

President Donald Trump has a big family, and securing everyone was always going to be a conundrum for the Secret Service. There’s the president himself and first lady Melania Trump. There are five Trump children and eight grandchildren, some in Washington, D.C., others in New York. To say nothing of when they take vacations within the U.S. or abroad.

August 21, 2017

North Korea’s Missiles Linked To Ukraine, Russia

The speed at which North Korea has ramped up its missile and nuclear defense programs within the last two years is reportedly due to purchases Kim Jong Un’s regime has made on a weapons black market linked to the Ukraine and Russia as the United States and the globe frets over a potential military conflict.

August 15, 2017

Trump White House Is Full Of Tabloid Rumors

The White House has devolved over the last six months into a hotbed of intrigue, innuendo and boulder-sized rumors seemingly more appropriate for tabloid newspapers than the rich annals of history. With various administration officials publicly attacking each other, President Donald Trump and his team have seen their dirty laundry thrown around Washington and the world, with few policy accomplishments to show for all their drama.

July 31, 2017

Sean Spicer’s Six-Month-Long Road to Resignation

The reported reason for now former White House press secretary Sean Spicer’s resignation Friday was President Donald Trump’s naming of Anthony Scaramucci as communications director, according to The New York Times. But it’s quite obvious that Spicer’s exit had been building over the past six months.

July 21, 2017

Big Pharma, Insurance Lobbies Behind GOP’s Secret Health Care Bill

IMAGE: Donald Trump (L) gives a thumbs up sign as he walks with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) on Capitol Hill in Washington, November 10, 2016. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts

June 21, 2017

Former RNC Chairman: Nobody Wants To Work For ‘Crazy’ Trump

As Donald Trump considers staff changes, the White House talent pool is shrinking fast, according to former RNC chairman Michael Steel, “because who wants to sign up for crazy?”

May 31, 2017