Donald Trump is now claiming that he had never denied that Russia interfered in the 2016 election. This is, of course, not true.
Even with yesterday’s indictments, President Trump still won’t acknowledge reality even though it’s staring him in the face.
A significant and important development in the Russia investigation that shows that President Trump’s claim that the stories of Russian interference in the 2016 election were “Fake News” is completely untrue.
Despite what his own intelligence chiefs are saying, President Trump still does not believe that Russia interfered in the 2016 election.
Intelligence officials are warning that the Russians are set to seek to influence the 2018 elections just as they did in 2016. Despite this, the Trump Administration refuses to acknowledge this publicly while the President seeks to undermine the investigation into past Russian interference.
Contrary to the claims that were made by conservatives and Trump supporters before its release, the memo prepared by Congressman Devin Nunes has done nothing to undermine the Russia investigation.
Donald Trump’s own lawyers are afraid he can’t help but lie to such an extent that he should not sit down for an interview with special counsel Robert Mueller.
The two most important allegations in the Nunes memo appear to be complete lies.
President Trump is claiming that the Nunes memo vindicates him. He’s wrong.
Republicans have released the memo prepared by Congressman Devin Nunes that purports to call into question the basis for the Russia investigation. In the end, though, it amounts to much ado about nothing.
Robert Mueller’s investigators are looking at the President’s role in drafting a false statement regarding the June 2016 meeting between his son and a lawyer linked to the Russian government.
Yet another demand for a loyalty pledge from a law enforcement official by a President under investigation.
Once again, President Trump is going soft on Russia. Why? I’ll leave that up to the reader to decide.
America’s closest European allies are rebuffing the Trump Administration’s efforts to renegotiate the nuclear deal with Iran. They’re right to do so.
Vladimir Putin will easily win re-election, but some are beginning to wonder who or what comes after him.
Russia has been barred from participating in the 2018 Winter Olympics after an investigation uncovered extensive evidence of cheating.
Donald Trump Jr. is claiming that some conversations between him and his father are covered by the attorney-client privilege. Based on what we know about those conversations, there’s a good possibility that he’s right.
For a guy who considers the Russia investigation “Fake News,” President Trump sure is doing a lot to try to stop it.
It appears Russia attempted to influence last year’s Brexit vote in the same manner it did the 2016 election in the United States.
President Trump returns home from an Asian trip that wasn’t exactly impressive.
Even during an overseas trip, President Trump continues to try to undermine the Russia investigation.
A Trump Campaign official has been charged with and pled guilty to charges of lying to the F.B.I. regarding contacts with Russian officials.
The first shoes drop in the Mueller investigation.
While the President of the United States continues to create chaos, Xi Jinping consolidates his power in China.
Reports are indicating that President Trump will decertify the nuclear weapons deal with Iran. This would be a foolish and potentially dangerous mistake.
More evidence of apparent Russian-backed efforts to interfere in the election.
Donald Trump is using money from the Republican National Committee and his campaign to pay legal fees associated with the Russia investigation, and it’s all perfectly legal: NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump is using money donated to his re-election campaign and the Republican National Committee to pay for his lawyers in the […]
Special counsel Robert Mueller could be looking to “flip” Paul Manafort, giving President Trump and those close to him something new to worry about.
The Trump Administration’s effort to impose sanctions against North Korea suffered a significant defeat in the United Nations Security Council.
Donald Trump Jr. spoke yesterday with Senate investigators, and his answers raise more questions than they answer.
While the rest of us have been distracted by a hurricane in Texas, Robert Mueller’s investigation continues moving forward.
New reports of Trump’s business ties to Russia are raising eyebrows.
President Trump remains obsessed with the Russian investigation and continues to try to shut it down.
A new report indicates that Trump campaign officials were seeking contact with Russian officials earlier than we thought.
Donald Trump kowtows to Vladimir Putin yet again.
The President of the United States is being trolled on Twitter by the Russian Prime Minister: The Trump administration has shown its total weakness by handing over executive power to Congress in the most humiliating way — Dmitry Medvedev (@MedvedevRussiaE) August 2, 2017 The US establishment fully outwitted Trump. The President is not happy about […]
Big developments in the Russia investigation that could start making President Trump deeply uncomfortable.
Vice-President Pence is advocating the admission of Georgia into NATO. That would be a bad idea.
President Trump was apparently directly involved in drafting a false statement regarding his son’s meeting with a lawyer tied to the Russian government.
These two stories were posted by The Hill six minutes apart Shot: Putin expels 755 U.S. diplomats from Russia Chaser: Pence: Trump hopes Russia will behave better
Is there anyone in the Trump Administration or family who hasn’t held undisclosed meetings with Russians?
NPR is reporting that the Justice Department has failed to comply with a Federal District Court’s Order that it provide a list of the Attorney General’s contacts with Russian officials: In defiance of a court order, the Justice Department is refusing to release part of a security form dealing with Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ contacts […]
The revelations about Donald Trump Jr.’s June 2016 meeting with someone represented as being a Russian government official just keep getting worse.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller has expanded his investigation to include the allegation that President Trump may have attempted to obstruct justice
He could provide insight into the relationship between Trump campaign officials and Russian officials and the circumstances behind the firing of former F.B.I. Director James Comey.
Most Americans believe that President Trump has been actively trying to block the F.B.I.’s Russia investigation
Former F.B.I. Director James Comey is now expected to testify before Congress next week, and will reportedly confirm previous reports that the President pressured him to end the Bureau’s Russia investigation.
Former C.I.A. Director John Brennan testified before a House Committee today, and what he had to say was not good news for the Trump Administration.