Hope Hicks was named interim White House communications director in August after the departure of Sean Spicer and Anthony Scaramucci. Hicks was one of the first staffers to join Trump’s campaign. Her association with Trump began while she was working for Hiltzik Strategies, a New
Apparently, life at the top is not as fun as imagined. While the President, despite setbacks, seems to still be bathing in the afterglow of his victory, not everyone in the Trump family is happy. Donald Trump Jr., oldest son of the President, seems to
The former Attorney General faces allegations of interfering in Clinton email investigation. It appears the drama surrounding the Clinton email scandal is far from over. Now, top senators on the Judiciary Committee want answers from Lynch regarding her level of involvement in derailing the investigation.
Despite a rough few years for Democrats, the House Minority Leader says she’s not going anywhere. Brushing off critics from her own party, Nancy Pelosi says she plans to stay in her leadership position and claims. “I think I’m worth the trouble.” There is no
As the Russia probe sweeps more individuals into it’s cloud, the VP prepares. Vice President Pence has joined the President in hiring outside legal counsel. Pence has retained Richard Cullen, a Richmond-based lawyer, to help with both congressional committee inquiries and the special counsel investigation.
While no formal offer was made, AG Jeff Sessions has put the idea out there. According to a new report by ABC News, the relationship between President Trump and Jeff Sessions has become so strained that the AG has even suggested he could resign. The ill-will
As a tense exchange unfolded, Sen. Harris found herself silenced by colleagues. Sen. Harris was questioning Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein at the time. Specifically, she wanted to know if he would send a letter to Special Counsel Robert Mueller giving him unlimited authority in
Intelligence Contractor, Reality Winner will enter her plea today at detention hearing. The announcement was made by her attorney, Titus Nichols on Wednesday. “My client is innocent until proven guilty and we plan to enter a plea of not guilty,” he said. Reality Winner has
The highly anticipated testimony is not expected to be blocked by executive privilege. According to a report by ABC News, Trump currently has no plans to invoke executive privilege in an attempt to block former FBI Director Comey from testifying before Congress this week. Speculation
After two failed campaigns, it’s time for Hillary to rethink her role. According to a new report by The Hill, Democrats are clamoring for the former Presidential hopeful to take a hint and back away. Frankly, the only shocking part of this news is the