The front of the New York Times Arts section featured an exhaustive report on the controversy over the world-famous Rockettes performing at Donald Trump’s inauguration: “Still Kicking, but No Longer Silent.” The text box was harsh to Trump for ruining an American tradition: “A Trump Inauguration Casualty: The Silent, Smiling Rockettes."
I came of age professionally at the dawn of the Watergate era. While studying for a master’s degree in newspaper journalism, my Syracuse University classmates and I met with Jeb Magruder, president Richard Nixon’s re-election committee...Show More Summary
Yes there are Nixon-Trump similarities. But in the end, probably not many. (A lot of Congresspersons boycotted his second inaugural, by the way). Also, for those who are not familiar with Watergate, I’ll tell you this: The medium to worst case scenario of Trump’s election, which would include Russian Hacking and possibly the Trump Dossier…
The constitutional pardon power is best known for its association with historic events like Watergate, which is why it is generally discussed in terms of the worthiness of its beneficiaries, rather than the god-like authority it vests in the president alone. Show More Summary
Remember Watergate? I sure do… I hated it every time my father put it on to watch the hearings. That was my cue to be anywhere else. One of the
Ah, the paper that uncovered Watergate, still breaking news with the big stories. https://t.co/V5O2dipkdY — Warren Kinsella (@kinsellawarren) January 12, 2017 "Should designers dress Melania and Ivanka? The question is more complex than it seems." https://t.co/jeKUAaDR9S — Washington Post (@washingtonpost) January 12, 2017
Russian Embassy complex overheard giggling hysterically.
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In what may be a very symbolic, if not necessarily humorous flame out, D.C. Fire and EMS are working to put out a blaze Wednesday afternoon in the Watergate complex. The fire is on the 13th floor at a building in the 700 block of New Hampshire Avenue NW, officials said. Show More Summary
No injuries reported, but smoke spreads to several floors of residential tower.
Fire at the Watergate. pic.twitter.com/T83ttowUpr — Joe McMonigle (@JoeMcMonigle) January 11, 2017 Because of course it is! D.C. Fire and EMS are working to put out a blaze Wednesday afternoon in the Watergate complex. The fire is on the 13th floor at a building in the 700 block of New Hampshire Avenue NW, officials said. […]
It was John McCain who gave the FBI info on the Kremlin smearing Trump. The chain of how the document reached the FBI is not officially known. However Carl Bernstein, the Watergate reporter who contributed to the first story about its existence, published by CNN on Tuesday afternoon, suggested that McCain was handed it by [...]
So this is the bit from the alleged Russia intel leak that is blowing up Twitter: However, there were other aspects to TRUMP’s engagement with the Russian authorities. One which had borne fruit for them was to exploit TRUMP’s personal obsessions and sexual perversion in order to obtain suitable “kompromat” (compromising material) on him. Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton’s former campaign manager penned an op-ed on Tuesday, warning that Americans need to recognize that the hack of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) was an even bigger security concern than the one that forced President Richard Nixon out of office.
It's amazing Nixon didn't try this 45 years ago during Watergate. "Why didn't the DNC headquarters put better locks on their doors?"
So here we are, Celebrity Big Brother fans, day 4 in the house which is actually the footage of the daytime footage of the last recap. Watergate is still weighing on the minds of the housemates. Austin is in the diary room talking about Heidi and Spencer, Stacy and Ray J are in the garden […] The post Celebrity Big Brother Recap – Day 4 appeared first on Reality Tea.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange slammed the mainstream media in an interview with Fox News this week. He denied that he was intentionally trying to influence the presidential election by leaking emails from Democratic officials, saying...Show More Summary
'Follow the money.' That's a holdover quote from the Watergate scandal that bought down the President of the United States, and it means that the money trail leads to a motive. In the case of Arizona Summit Law School, the trail leads to InfiLaw Systems, a for-profit consortium of......
Exclusive: The Washington Post’s latest folly – falsely reporting a Russian “hack” into Vermont’s electric grid – reflects the paper’s steep decline from the days of Watergate, reports ex-British intelligence officer Annie Machon. By Annie Machon The Democratic National Committee…Read more ?
No, it wasn’t Watergate. And in retrospect it looks even worse than the bombing of Cambodia. It turns out the evil Trickster intentionally sabotaged a 1968 deal that may have ended the Vietnam War four years earlier: Newly revealed documents confirm what many people had long suspected: U.S. President Richard Nixon intentionally sabotaged negotiations that could [...]