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Erdogan congratulated Trump on his “legendary” election triumph.
McMaster says that Trump unilaterally decided to share (classified) intel with the Russians — and there’s nothing wrong with that.
Rolling out over six months and starting with the A,C,E lines.
Nixon got his base to rally behind him in early stages of Watergate. Will the same trick work for Trump?
The national security adviser, secretary of State, and Russia all offered Trump cover. It only took Trump two tweets to make them all look like liars.
The Senate Majority Leader’s latest devious scheme looks a lot like his last devious scheme.
Major layoffs at the company suggest it will probably prove harder than the president appreciates.
Baseball asks the impossible of pitchers like him.
They suggested the real danger is the “deep state” tattling on President Trump – and of course, Hillary’s emails.
They had hoped that a quiet week would distract Trump from his rumored plans for a staff shake up. Then the Russia classified information story hit.
Republicans defend Trump’s breach of classified information because it’s legal. Dangerous incompetence is not illegal.
The president “revealed more information to the Russian ambassador than we have shared with our own allies.”
The White House is considering replacing James Comey with a sitting Republican congress member.
Macron is trying to build broad support from moderates on both the left and the right.
“The president has made it clear what his position is.” That is the opposite of the truth.
Whispers are emerging from Capitol Hill to that effect.
When Ann Coulter and the Tea Party’s favorite artist are wavering in their support, it’s time to worry.
Democrats plan to bring Senate business to a halt if Republicans don’t take steps to protect the independence of the Russia investigation.
As Trump mulls the Paris deal, his deputy national security adviser provides him with a key bit of intel: a fake Time story about global cooling.
Mick Mulvaney: “That doesn’t mean we should take care of the person who sits at home, eats poorly, and gets diabetes.”