President Donald Trump repeatedly condemns the Special Counsel investigation into alleged collusion between his 2016 campaign and the Russians. While his public disdain for the probe keeps it in the headlines, that might be, according to one New York Times article, exactly what the president wants. “Maybe the just-published Politico report of Trump’s deliberate, cavalier use of a cellphone
ALEXANDER NEMENOV/AFP/Getty Images by Kristina Wong20 Apr 20180 20 Apr, 201820 Apr, 2018 The Democratic National Committee is suing the Russian government, the Trump campaign, and WikiLeaks for allegedly disrupting the 2016 campaign, in what appears to be a desperate attempt to keep a collusion narrative going ahead of November mid-term elections. The multi-million dollar
When former FBI Director James Comey first informed President-elect Donald Trump about the infamous pee dossier on January 7, 2017, he told the president that CNN had it but was looking for a “news hook” — or compelling reason to report on it. That conversation was conveniently the “news hook” that CNN was looking for.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein told President Trump last week he is not a target of any part of the special counsel probe or the investigation into his lawyer Michael Cohen, according to Bloomberg. Rosenstein, who started and is overseeing the special counsel probe led by Robert Mueller, offered the assurance during a meeting with
Susan Walsh / Associated Press by Joel B. Pollak22 Mar 20180 22 Mar, 201822 Mar, 2018 John Dowd, the lead attorney representing President Donald Trump in dealing with Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into alleged collusion with Russia in the 2016 presidential campaign, has resigned. Dowd gave no reason for his resignation, but it came
Joe Raedle/Getty by Tony Lee1 Mar 20180 1 Mar, 20181 Mar, 2018 Immigration/border security along with “gun control/Second Amendment” are the issues that voters care most about going into the 2018 midterm elections while Russia “collusion” ranks dead last, according to the latest USA Today/Suffolk University poll. The poll shows that Republicans may be better
AFP Photo/Brendan Smialowski by John Nolte10 Feb 20180 10 Feb, 201810 Feb, 2018 An IBD/TIPP poll shows that “Americans overwhelmingly believe the Obama administration ‘improperly surveilled’ Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.” Despite the disgraced American media’s best and most cynical efforts to bury the truth, and to even stop the truth from ever seeing the light of