You have to be suspicious of people who enjoy gangster movies a bit too much.
What is the right measure of success for the Committee investigating the Capitol riot?
The Proud Boys, Trump family, and Alex Jones all filmed documentaries of their actions leading up to January 6.
The man still can’t get out of his own way.
A one-time denizen of Blogger’s Row at CPAC has come a long way.
Roger Stone, Paul Manafort, and Charles Kushner are among last night’s lucky recipients.
How about crowd sourcing a timeline for all of Trump’s enablers?
The Attorney General claims to be frustrated by Presidential tweets that undermine his department.
An internal Justice Department investigation fails to find any evidence of political bias in the Russia investigation.
One of Donald Trump”s closest associates has been convicted by a Federal jury.
A Federal Judge in Washington has dismissed a lawsuit filed by the DNC alleging a conspiracy between the Trump campaign and Russia during the 2016 election.
Robert Mueller didn’t provide a smoking gun yesterday, but the President and his supporters are wrong to claim that the hearing vindicated the President.
President Trump says in a new interview that he would be willing to break the law to get “oppo research” on an opponent.
At least some conservatives appear to finally be recognizing that their movement has been taken over by grifters and frauds. The only question is, what took them so long?
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell declared “case closed” on the Mueller Report and the Russia investigation. This is far from the truth.
President Trump’s obsequious effort to please Russian President Vladimir Putin continues.
Thus far, the full(ish) release provides plenty of juicy details but no real revelations.
Trump really has no plan about the border save for demagoging the issue.
Predictably, news that the investigation has ended has people on both sides cheering. It’s unwarranted.
Michael Cohen pulled back the curtain and revealed much about the true nature of Donald Trump yesterday. It’s not a pretty picture.
Michael Cohen, the President’s former lawyer and “fixer,” is set to deliver several bombshells in his testimony before Congress today.
After posting an image that clearly threatened a Federal Judge, Roger Stone walked out of court with a full gag order imposed on him. It could’ve gone a lot worse.
Roger Stone is being ordered to Court after an Instagram post that appears to be a direct threat against the Judge presiding over his criminal case.
Looking ahead, the political landscape does not look well for the President.
Many people are wondering how CNN knew to be at Roger Stone’s house in Florida this morning. It turns out that it was good old-fashioned reporting.
Roger Stone, who worked with the Trump campaign in an official and unofficial capacity throughout the campaign, has been indicted by Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
Florida’s New Governor has removed the Sheriff of Broward County over his officer’s lack of response before and during the Parkland shooting.
A filing in an unrelated case has apparently revealed the existence of a sealed indictment against Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.
Another day, another plea agreement in the Mueller investigation. This one could prove to be problematic for the President.
The Office of Special Counsel Robert Mueller has issued indictments against twelve Russian intelligence officials for election-related hacking, and in the process has shown most of the arguments made by the President and his surrogates regarding the Russia investigation are nonsense.
The Mueller investigation turns one year old today and, despite the arguments of Trump and his supporters, there’s no sign that it will be coming to an end in the near future.
Robert Mueller has some questions for the President, and the wide range of topic areas should worry President Trump significantly.
The Democratic National Committee has filed a lawsuit alleging a wide-ranging conspiracy to influence the 2016 election. As a legal document, it appears to be little more than a political stunt.
The Russia probe is focusing on the sequence of events surrounding hacked Clinton campaign and DNC emails.
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.