A new document alleges that former Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos, who is now in jail for lying to the FBI, sought a financial partnership with Russia as Trump was taking office.
On Monday, November 26, the news broke that Special Counsel Robert Mueller was terminating Manafort’s plea deal because he had been lying repeatedly to federal investigators.
The meetings occurred before WikiLeaks published stolen emails from Clinton’s campaign chairman.
After a significant lull in Russia investigations news in the run-up to the 2016 midterm elections, Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s probe is back in the headlines in a big way.
The Russia investigation is coming to a boil.
The special counsel’s office says Paul Manafort violated his plea deal by lying repeatedly, and should be sentenced immediately.
Trump heralded the imprisonment of yet another one of his top campaign aides with an unhinged rant against special counsel Robert Mueller.
The special counsel offered Jerome Corsi a plea. Instead he wants to go to trial.
Trump’s prolific tweeting shows he is more willing to attack television shows and American patriots than Russian dictator Vladimir Putin.
“I know the president’s team is already working on a response to the report.”
Rep. Ted Deutch believes all Mueller will have to do from here is connect the dots.
Jerome Corsi has previously said he expects to be indicted for lying during his meetings with investigators.
A new report shows Democrats are already anticipating financial investigations of Trump’s ties to Russia, and more.
The Times found that, in fact, “Mr. Trump’s lawyers also privately asked the Justice Department last year to investigate Mr. Comey” — precisely what McGahn warned against.
A new court filing says the appointment has “no effect on this case.”
Once again, America is retreating from the global stage under Trump’s leadership. And once again, Russia stands to benefit from it.
Then Trump began another legal firestorm by naming Sessions’ chief of staff, Matthew Whitaker, acting attorney general.
It’s never a surprise when President Donald Trump goes on the attack against Special Counsel Robert Mueller — at this point, that’s just par for the corrupt course.
When asked his thoughts on the attorney general situation, Trump brought up Robert Mueller’s investigation totally unprompted.
Mitch McConnell blocked a bipartisan effort in the Senate to protect special counsel Robert Mueller, even as Trump ramps up his attempts to evade justice.
On Wednesday, he provided NBC news with a series of text messages between himself and Randy Credico, a friend of his who Stone has said passed along information about WikiLeaks during the 2016 campaign.
Flake announced that he will be blocking 21 judicial nominees that have been sent to the Senate Judiciary Committee, where he holds a key swing vote.
Jerome Corsi, a longtime conspiracy theorist and friend of Roger Stone’s, says Mueller plans to charge him with perjury.
He isn’t the only person fearing a coming Mueller indictment.
In his attempt to shut down the Russia probe, Trump may have actually strengthened the obstruction case against him.