This book tells the story of one of the greatest intelligence operations in history, which placed a willfully ignorant or inexplicably unaware Russian asset in the White House.
The story has been corroborated by two D.C. lobbyists who chose to remain anonymous due to the sensitive nature of the news.
FBI officials in California and Washington, D.C. are reportedly investigating, and according to Rolling Stone, the campaign is now going public about the incidents.
“I call it the rigged witch hunt, [it] is a sham,” Trump told the paper “And these people led it!”
Omarosa Manigault-Newman, the former White House aide turned enemy, on Tuesday claimed Donald Trump had prior knowledge that WikiLeaks had emails from Hillary Clinton campaign associates.
Rudy Giuliani lied on air, and CNN’s Jake Tapper had the video to prove it.
Russian officials have clearly figured out how to use Trump’s vulnerabilities against him.
His bank, Northern Trust, reportedly found records of $140,000 of suspicious transfers in his accounts, according to BuzzFeed.
Rudy Giuliani accused Robert Mueller of setting a ‘perjury trap’ for Trump because he knows Trump will lie under oath.
It apparently isn’t a consideration among him and his colleagues that their role in Congress is not to protect the president but to be a check on his power.
Trump’s EPA is gutting restrictions on asbestos — one of the most dangerous carcinogens ever used in construction.
Rick Gates, who served on Trump’s campaign and on his inaugural committee, testified against Paul Manafort, who was campaign chairman.
‘I think there’s plenty of evidence of collusion or conspiracy in plain sight,’ said Rep. Adam Schiff.
John Bolton took some friendly fire over Trump’s refusal to stand up to Putin.
Trump seems to have no idea how much trouble he is getting himself into.
Jay Sekulow said he misled the American public about Trump’s role in the Trump Tower coverup because of ‘bad information’ — in other words, because Trump lied to him about what really happened.
Is any of this unlawful? That question brings us back to Giuliani.
For anyone who ever believed that the Republican Party stands for patriotism and freedom, as advertised, this sudden subservience to a foreign dictator must be stunning.
Paul Manafort’s trial entered Day 4 this morning in Alexandria, Virginia, with the former Trump campaign manager continuing to battle multiple federal counts of bank fraud and tax evasion.
Gordon reportedly served as the director of national security on Trump’s campaign until he left in 2016 to work on the transition team.
So it’s obvious that not only is Trump’s new claim false, but Trump knows it’s false even when he says it.
When Trump tweeted Monday that “Attorney General Jeff Sessions should stop this Rigged Witch Hunt right now,” some brushed it off as just another one of the president’s rants.
All but one Senate Republican voted against providing additional funds to secure state election systems.
The White House’s attempt to reassure the public about the 2018 election was a massive failure.
The studious Madison did not rest his criticism on pure reason, but drew support from history.