Trump’s ‘chief errand boy’ is facing the first real challenge of his congressional career as voters in his home district grow tired of the clown show.
Trump Jr. didn’t tell the truth when he testified to Congress. So Democratic Sen. Chris Coons is demanding Trump’s son testify about his deception in an open hearing, citing criminal statutes against his lies.
No one can come up a legitimate reason for why Devin Nunes and Trey Gowdy are receiving a private briefing on classified documents related to the Russia investigation two hours before they’re scheduled to attend a second briefing with Democrats.
In a filing seeking to deny the media access to documents related to Paul Manafort’s case, special counsel Robert Mueller acknowledged the breadth of his investigation.
Trump’s lawyer’s “presence and statement at the outset of both meetings today was completely inappropriate,” Schiff added.
If they truly believe his paranoid whining about “the deep state conspiracy” to oust him, they’re not much interested in facts or logic.
Instead, the Trump administration continued a longtime U.S. policy of treating Russia as a partner in fighting terrorism even as evidence of its misbehavior mounts.
Fox News has almost entirely ignored a recent article published in The New York Times reporting that countries other than Russia may have offered to help the Trump campaign to victory in the 2016 election.
The reckless move by former Trump aide Sam Nunberg, as well as Trump’s supporters at Fox News, to out a potential FBI informant was no accident.
Two former allies, James Comey and Andrew McCabe, have offered contradictory accounts of the orchestrated FBI leak that spawned a critical investigation. That means one of them has to be lying — as President Trump is happy to tweet to the world.
That conclusion is one takeaway from the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence just-released details on Russian-led cyber attacks on voting in 2016. Prior to this latest report, federal officials said 21 states had been targeted, but only one statewide voter registration database had been breached.