Powell is extremely active on Twitter, where she argues that Flynn’s prosecution is a “horrific injustice” and Mueller’s team engaged in “obstruction.”
Endorsing collusion, Trump denied his campaign should have informed the FBI when Russia reached out in 2016 with offers of dirt on Clinton.
Manafort has never come clean about his fateful meeting with Russian spy Konstantin Kilimnik, where he turned over crucial campaign polling data.
Mother Jones reports on a “gaping loophole” in federal law that could allow Russia to legally influence the 2020 US presidential election.
Reprinted with permission from Alternet. A voicemail from President Donald Trump’s attorney John Dowd to one of Michael Flynn’s lawyers was presented as evidence in the obstruction of justice probe conducted by Special Counsel Robert ...
This may be the simplest question any White House official has ever been asked, with the most obvious answer. And Kushner got it dead wrong.
Last week, the Justice Department defied Judge Sullivan’s orders, refusing to release the audio recordings of Flynn’s discussions with Russian officials.
Interviewed on HBO, Kushner flatly refused to say he would call the FBI if Russia tried to assist the Trump campaign in 2020.
Reprinted with permission from Alternet. George Nader, a Lebanese American businessman who became a major witness in former Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation, was indicted in a Virginia federal court on child pornography charges, the ...
Attempting to justify his order to "investigate the investigators" in the Russian probe, Barr offered vague and conflicting suspicions, nothing more.
Mueller’s remarks about obstruction of justice were damning: "If we had confidence the President clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so."