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Trump says President Obama tapped his phones prior to election in accusation–filled Twitter fit

Donald Trump managed to get “This is McCarthyism” and “This is Nixon/Watergate” into the same string of tweets as he reportedly “just found out” that “bad (or sick)” President Obama had tapped his phones prior to the election."

5 critical questions Trump needs to answer about the Russian ambassador’s covert trip to Trump Tower

On the heels of the news that Attorney General Jeff Sessions twice met with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak (and lied about it under oath) leading up to the election—and so did a number of other key advisers—the New York Times followed up with this...

Former Trump advisor’s contact with a Russian official was the same week hacked emails were released

In a March 2016 interview with the Washington Post editorial board, Donald Trump was asked who would be advising him on foreign policy, and he rattled off five names: TRUMP: Well, I hadn’t thought of doing it, but if you want I can give you some...

Two House Republicans join Democrats in demanding Trump’s tax returns

The deeper Donald Trump's Russia scandal goes, the more fissures we are starting to see within the GOP. Two House Republicans signed on to a letter Friday penned by Democrats asking the congressional committees with oversight over the IRS to seek...

Donald Trump Jr. was likely paid $50,000 for meeting to discuss U.S.-Russia cooperation in Syria

A month before the November elections, Donald Trump Jr. attended a meeting in Paris to discuss the Syrian conflict and possible U.S.-Russian cooperation in the region. The Wall Street Journal now reports he was paid at least $50,000 to attend that...

Campaign adviser changes story and now contradicts Trump, says Donald ordered Ukraine change at RNC

Donald Trump is having a very, very bad week. As reports emerge that several of his key advisers, including Attorney General Jeff Sessions, met with the Russians the week of the RNC convention, one former adviser has now publicly changed his story to...

Nixon’s attorney general was prosecuted, resigned over same thing Sessions did.

The New York Times is running an Op-Ed by Richard Painter, the chief White House ethics lawyer from 2005-2007 (under Bush 43). Painter points out that Nixon’s attorney general was forced to resign over misleading testimony, lying to Congress during his...

Is Recusal Necessary? Trump: “I Don’t Think So.” Then Sessions Recuses Himself.

Like his former national security advisor Michale Flynn and despite widespread calls for resignation, president affirms "total confidence" in Attorney General Jeff Sessions

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