The stonewalling comes after Trump initially promised to cooperate with congressional investigations, saying: "I cooperate all the time with everybody."
Trump looks increasingly weak as even his close allies reportedly shun his most drastic tactics.
We’re in a phase of a familiar cycle.
Trump's acting attorney general sure doesn't seem to want to tell Congress the whole truth.
Mitch McConnell is terrified of voters.
GOP Rep. Devin Nunes' attempt to cover for the Trump administration has been thwarted by House Democrats.
Now that the act has been law for more than and a year, the extent of its deception is coming into focus.
“I can come up with all kinds of creative ways to slow down the floor progress,” Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC), leader of the Freedom Caucus, bragged to Politico.
Regardless, all of this looks very bad for Hawley, who during his campaign pledged he would never leverage “one office to get to another.”