"This president is basically a wimp."
“The problem with this president is he has no regard for the rule of law," a former Watergate prosecutor said.
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Why do Donald Trump and his advisors keep floating the possibility of firing Robert Mueller, an act that would spark the greatest constitutional crisis since Watergate, perhaps the greatest in modern American history?
More Americans want to see U.S. President Donald Trump impeached than Richard Nixon amid the Watergate scandal, a new poll has revealed. You will find more statistics at Statista According to Monmouth University, 24 percent of the U.S. Show More Summary
Newsweek published this story under the headline of “Was Justice Finally Done?” on January 13, 1975 after John N. Mitchell, H.R. Haldeman and John D. Ehrlichman were sentenced to prison for their role in the Watergate coverup, which saw President Richard Nixon eventually leave the White House in...
"I saw Watergate as politics pure and simple..." Nixon said.
Watergate prosecutor Jill Wine-Banks says Trump's extraordinary public attack on AG Jeff Sessions reminds her of Nixon's Saturday Night Massacre – and warns...
Nixon, Reagan, and Clinton have all faced serious accusations. What makes Trump's presidency different?
More Americans would like to see Donald Trump impeached than wanted Richard Nixon impeached amid the Watergate scandal that led to that that president’s resignation. For Republicans, 12 per cent support Mr Trump’s impeachment, compared to 7 per cent who supported the same for Nixon six months into his second term. Show More Summary
The Watergate scandal is one of the most talked about events in American political history, and it brought the Presidency of Richard Nixon to an end. Read more...
Several polls have landed in the last 24 hours so let's do a quick roundup of the headlines, starting with one from CNBC: “ Higher percentage of Americans want Trump's impeachment than wanted Nixon's as Watergate escalated.” Forty-one...Show More Summary
"Watergate" for political scandal. "Deflategate" for NFL cheaters. "Fontgate" for forgers? It works because "Fontgate" is about forgers using Microsoft's Calibri font to fake documents. In any case, the forged font story is a remake of scandals that actually date back to the original cover-up. Fontgate really began in......
Carl Bernstein, the former Washington Post reporter involved in revealing the Watergate scandal, characterized the current political landscape of the U.S. on Sunday as being divided by conflicting facts. Read moreil this | Linking Blogs | Comments
The turning point of the Watergate scandal happened exactly 44 years ago today. On July 16, 1973, Alexander Butterfield, the former White House deputy chief of staff, publicly dropped a dime on Richard Nixon. With TV cameras broadcasting...Show More Summary
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Jill Wine-Banks, a former Watergate prosecutor, told Chris Hayes that she’s got “deja vu” watching the Trump-Russia scandal unfold: “The cover-up is worse than the crime, although in this case it may be that the crime is worse… Read The post Watergate Prosecutor on Trump Russiagate: ‘We’ve Gone Beyond the Smoking Gun’ – WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
THE WEEK: This isn’t Watergate. This isn’t treason. And there’s still no smoking gun. The unflagging tedium of the Trump-Russia-Manafort-Guccifer 2.0-Kushner-Page-Comey-Flynn-Steele-Stone-Lavrov-Mueller-WikiLeaks-Fancy Bear-Intercept-CIA-FBI-NSA-BBC-Don Jr. Show More Summary
Despite the corruption convictions of two powerful Capitol figures, Sheldon Silver and Dean Skelos, their former colleagues have shown little appetite for reform.
John Oliver, who's currently "working but without doing a show," went on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to talk about Russia, getting sued, and the Donald Trump Jr. incident.