Trump’s acting attorney general sure doesn’t seem to want to tell Congress the whole truth.
Friends and faculty describe a temperamentally conservative young man who was comfortable with liberal ideas.
Federal prosecutors in the Southern District of New York have made it clear that they, too, pose a real danger to the commander in chief.
In fact, Friedrich has been critical of Reed Smith, describing the firm’s anti-Mueller court filings as “unprofessional, inappropriate and ineffective.”
Until his indictment last Friday, Roger Stone had said again and again that he would never testify against Trump. But his latest remarks were a message to the special counsel.
As Rep. Jackie Speier told MSNBC’s Ari Melber, Stone’s arrest could just be one of many dominoes still to fall.
As U.S. District Judge Jesse Furman’s 277-page decision shows in head-shaking detail, that kind of dishonesty poses a clear threat to the rule of law.
They said that Stone has been expecting to get indicted for months now — something Stone has said publicly.
On a bizarre and surreal episode of MSNBC’s “The Beat with Ari Melber,” all four sat down with the host to discuss their experiences with Mueller.
“Trump is screaming,” one of Sherman’s Republican sources said. “He’s so mad at Rudy.”
The only way to combat this entrenched practice is to punish not only the officers who abuse citizens but the officers who look the other way or lie to protect the guilty.
President Donald Trump told his lawyer Rudy Giuliani that he “may” have spoken to Michael Cohen before his congressional testimony, but doesn’t recall what was said.
In an apparent bid to protect Roger Stone, Infowars has been waging a war on former employee Jerome Corsi.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team took the unusual step Friday of responding to a media report about its investigation, calling a bombshell story reported by BuzzFeed News “inaccurate.”
That banner reads, “Did Trump bribe Drudge poll?,” implying that a Drudge Report poll was rigged to be favorable to President Trump.
As the attorney to the president, Rudy Giuliani has leaned into the unorthodox strategy of going on TV and apparently saying whatever comes into his head.
Despite the national political drama surrounding Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe, the actual work of the investigation is continuing apace.
Rudy Giuliani has been President Donald Trump’s stalwart and cartoonish defender since April 2018.
Asking about citizenship on the census is racist, and gives us a less accurate count of the country’s population.
William Barr, President Donald Trump’s pick to be the next attorney general, has a disturbing record of extreme partisan opinions on central matters of the rule of law.
Two months later, Mueller dropped a bombshell when he accused Manafort of breaching the agreement by lying to prosecutors.
At one point, it even seemed that Barr made a compelling case for impeaching Trump — though it’s not clear how intentional this was.
Trump’s inner circle is in full-on panic mode.
In the words of one former FBI agent, Michael Cohen’s public testimony will be ‘unlike anything we’ve seen in recent memory.’
Almost a quarter century later, Barr is the same partisan hack indulging in the same political mischief. And he is still targeting the Clintons.