Donald Trump is using funds from both the Republican National Committee (RNC) and his re-election campaign to cover his legal fees connected to the Russia investigation. The RNC is also footing the legal bill for Trump’s son, Don Jr., who is also caught up in the investigation being conducted by special counsel Robert Mueller. According […]
The Republican National Committee has spent nearly $200,000 on legal fees for President Donald Trump's eldest son in connection with the Russia investigation. An RNC official says about $167,000 was … Click to Continue »
After revelations that President Donald Trump is using funds from his campaign and the Republican National Committee to pay for his legal defense, news broke that the RNC also paid almost $200,000 to lawyers representing Donald Trump, Jr. According to the Wall Street Journal‘s Rebecca...
The Washington Post reports Donald Trump, Jr reportedly wants to give up his secret protection service -- he wants more privacy. It's unclear whether he is also asking that protection be ended for his wife and five children. Why the children?... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
The media wants another Scalise style shooting. CNN’s Jim Acosta along with other media outlets have announced that Kellyanne Conway and Donald Trump Jr. no longer have Secret Service protection. In mid-June Republican Representative...Show More Summary
Donald Trump Jr. doesn't want a Secret Service detail anymore. Wonder why?
Donald Trump Jr., the president's eldest son, has elected to forgo protection by the Secret Service, according to a senior administration official. The agency ceased protecting Trump, who lives in New York City and is an executive at the Trump Organization, last week. Show More Summary
The Secret Service budget has been maxed out after President Trump's eight months in office.
Rachel Maddow hinted on Monday that members of the Trump inner circle were declining Secret Service for nefarious reason. At the conclusion of her Monday show, Maddow reported on the breaking news that Kellyanne Conway and Donald Trump Jr. had dropped their Secret Service detail. Don Jr.’s...
The New York Times reports: Donald Trump Jr., the president’s eldest son, has elected to forgo protection by the Secret Service, according to a senior administration official, and another top White House official is losing hers. The agency ceased protecting Mr. Show More Summary
Donald Trump Jr. has elected to forgo protection by the Secret Service, the New York Times reports. “The agency ceased protecting Mr. Trump, who lives in New York City and is an executive at the Trump Organization, last week. Mr. [....
Donald Trump Jr. has given up his Secret Service protection and is seeking a more private lifestyle, The New York Times reported on Monday. NOW WATCH: Trump threatens to shut down the government if the border wall isn't funded Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
Donald Trump Jr. has chosen to no longer receive protection by the United States Secret Service, reportedly citing concerns over his privacy. According to The New York Times, a senior administration official has confirmed that Donald...Show More Summary
President Trump’s eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., has reportedly ditched his Secret Service detail for good.
Trump Jr.’s decision to forgo protection could be a big cost-savings for the agency already strained by Trump's frequent travels and large family.
The president’s eldest son, an avid camper and hunter, will be free of a contingent of agents accompanying him at all times.
Donald Trump Jr. has given up his Secret Service protection and is seeking a more private lifestyle, The New York Times reported on Monday. According to the report, the Secret Service stopped protecting Trump Jr., the eldest child of President Donald Trump and an executive of the Trump Organization, last week. Show More Summary
There are many potential vulnerabilities in President Trump’s legal defense in the multipronged investigation into his Russian ties—Jared Kushner, Donald Trump Jr., Mike Flynn, Trump lawyer Michael Cohen, advisers Roger Stone and Carter...Show More Summary
Donald Trump Jr., the eldest son of President Donald Trump, has given up his Secret Service detail, the New York Times reports. The presidential security agency stopped their detail last week, a senior administration official told the Times. He cited concerns for his privacy as his reason for...
Ruh roh, Don Jr., looks like you're gonna be getting an invitation real soon to come speak to the Senate on the multiple alibis....er... stories...er...explanations for his meeting with Russians during the campaign. Sen. Dianne Feinstein...Show More Summary