Muller’s Testimony Spanned More Than Six Hours, But Left Few Answers Well there we have it folks. The long anticipated testimony of Robert Mueller to Congress but to be honest, it was anti-climatic. In such that the Special Prosecutor largely stuck to the facts we
President Trump made the claim in an early morning tweet. Early Monday morning, President Donald Trump echoed earlier claims that he has the right to pardon himself. However, he suggested that he won’t use that power. In a later tweet he added that the special
The former Trump campaign aide and business partner of Paul Manafort plead guilty to federal conspiracy and making false statements. In addition to pleading guilty to the charges, Gates has agreed to turn witness in Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation. This is part of a plea
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
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
As the Russia probe deepens, President Trump’s son-in-law is swept into the chaos. The finances and business dealings of Jared Kushner are being investigated as part of the larger investigation into Russia’s interference in the 2016 presidential election. Kushner is not the only Trump associate
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