Court filing raises question of Trump prosecution: 'There is a plausible case against the president' - For the first time, prosecutors have tied President Donald Trump to a federal crime, accusing him of directing illegal hush-money payments to women during his presidential campaign in 2016.
Trump picks Army Gen. Mark Milley to be next chairman of the Joint Chiefs - President Trump named Army Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Milley to become the next chairman of the Joint Chiefs, replacing Gen. Joseph Dunford as the Pentagon’s top military officer.
Does Mueller’s Latest Filing In The Michael Cohen Case Show Collusion? - President Donald Trump is claiming that a memo released by special counsel Robert Mueller regarding information provided by Michael Cohen “totally clears the president” of collusion allegations.; Trump’s critics disagreed, noting that Mueller’s filing reveals new details of contacts between Cohen and Russians, while making vague statements about “useful information” that Cohen gave prosecutors.; The Mueller filing does not say that Cohen has provided information on the core aspect of the Russia probe: That the Trump campaign and Kremlin conspired to influence the 2016 election.
Prosecutors Seek Prison Time for Cohen, Detail Manafort's Alleged Lies in Russia Probe - Federal prosecutors asked a judge to sentence Michael Cohen, U.S. President Donald Trump's former personal lawyer, to a "substantial" prison term for paying an adult film star hush money on Trump's behalf and evading taxes, and detailed alleged lies to investigators by Trump's former campaign manager, Paul Manafort.
Mueller’s Team Says Cohen Gave Significant Help on Russia Probe - Michael Cohen, President Trump’s former lawyer, provided significant assistance on Russia-related matters in special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation, including information about attempts by a Russian national to reach the Trump campaign, according to a court filing.
White House Chief of Staff John Kelly is 'expected' to resign after Trump completely stopped speaking to him – and Pence chief of staff will replace him - Sources say Kelly is 'expected' to leave the White House before the end of the year; His presumed replacement is Nick Ayers, the young chief of staff to Vice President Mike Pence
Trump accuses ‘Leakin’ James Comey’ of lying to Congress: ‘So untruthful!’ - President Trump accused former FBI Director James Comey of lying to Congress during Mr. Comey’s closed-door appearance with lawmakers.
House Intelligence Committee Releases James Comey's Interview Transcript - The chairmen of the House Judiciary and House Oversight and Government Reform Committees released former FBI Director James Comey's interview transcript. Comey was subpoenaed to appear before the committees. They wanted to hear his testimony in relation to the probe into Hillary Clinton's email scandal and how he handled the beginning of the Russia probe.
Comey Dodges Key Question About Using Dossier To Get FISA Warrant - Former FBI Director James Comey dodged a question about whether he had confidence in the anti-Trump dossier that was used to obtain a surveillance warrant on members of the Trump campaign, insisting that any notion that the FISA system was abused was "nonsense."
House GOP running out of time on Comey, Justice Department investigation - House Republicans are running out of time as they push to investigate the Justice Department and FBI’s actions just before the 2016 presidential election. Incoming House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler said that the investigation, which began in fall 2017, will end in January when Democrats gain control of the House.
Commentary: Europe is ‘saving’ the Iran deal by ignoring the violations - "...Iran launched a ballistic missile that can deliver nukes — and the near-complete silence of the media aside, it’s a big deal. The latest test revealed, once more, the flaws in the Iranian nuclear deal and the confusion of our European allies, who are alarmed by the mullahs’ behavior but fear losing the deal that enables it."
Commentary: The 2020 Presidential Election Will Be The Most Violent In American History - "...It will only get much worse over the next two years and by the time we get to 2020, it is not going to look very civil out there. We have crossed the line. Violence and hate speech is now the normal. There is no tolerance for people to accept an opposing view."
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