Two or three news cycles back, the Prevaricator in Chief made a shocking allegation. Or, that is to say, a charge that would be astonishing and unsettling coming from any president but him: “My Campaign ...
Attorney General William Barr is one step closer to being held in contempt of Congress. The House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday voted to advance a contempt resolution against Barr to the full House, which will vote ...
Nadler said that President Donald Trump had refused to hand over a single sheet of paper that has been requested -- a radical departure from past practice.
Asked under oath whether the FBI spied on any campaign, director Christopher Wray replied: "I don't think I personally have any evidence of that sort."
Roiphe writes that in his response to the report, Barr "did much to undermine the purpose of the special counsel and reverse the careful work of Mueller."
The nearly universal view of law enforcement rejects Barr's narrow view of obstruction and interprets the plain meaning of the federal statute as written.
Trump's objection to the special counsel testifying not only contradicted his claim that the Mueller Report "exonerates" him, but reverses his own previous remarks.
Citing “grave concern about the independence” of Barr, Harris wrote that the White House directing him to open investigations “strikes at the very heart of the rule of law."