On Thursday, the House Intel Committee threatened to subpoena the White House over Comey documentation. It would seem that once again, President Trump is in the middle of a political firestorm of his own making. Only this time, the consequences are not merely public opinion.
After setting off forty days of speculation, President Trump says he made no tapes. It all started on May 12th when the President tweeted the following: From there, America was off to the races. The tweet was a not-so subtle attempt to threaten the ousted
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
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
President Trump asked two top intelligence chiefs’ to publicly deny evidence of cooperation between his campaign and Russia. The story was first reported by The Washington Post. These latest revelations do nothing to quell fears and questions over alleged links between Trump’s campaign and Russia. This
Former FBI official Richard McFeely has reportedly withdrawn his name from consideration to replace James Comey. According to a report by a Washington ABC affiliate, McFeely withdrew his name from President Trump’s FBI director shortlist. This leaves only three potential candidates include former Sen. Joe
The former FBI director was appointed by the Justice Department on Wednesday. Mueller has accepted the responsibility of being appointed as a special counsel. He will oversee the federal investigation into potential coordination between Russia and the Trump campaign to influence the 2016 election. In