Kris Osborn Security, There is simply nothing like it in the world today. Period. The Air Force’s stealthy F-22 Raptor fighter jet delivered some of the first strikes in the U.S.-led attacks on the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, when...Show More Summary
USA TODAY analysis of local news coverage from Montana to Virginia found several incidences of voters pressing Republican lawmakers on Russi...
The Russian Foreign Ministry reports today that Russia's ambassador to the United Nations, Vitaly Churkin, died suddenly today in New York. He died on Monday age 64, just one day before his 65th birthday. (more…)
Vitaly Churkin, Russia's ambassador to the United Nations, died today, the country's foreign ministry has announced.
Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn received about $40,000 for his appearance at a 2015 Russia Today party.
Eight years ago today, President Obama signed the economic stimulus bill into law, marking a major legislative triumph for his new administration. Sixteen years ago at this point, President George W. Bush had submitted his tax cut plan to Congress and was negotiating what would become the No Child...
Michael Flynn is a liar and the FBI has proof. Earlier today the Washington Post reported that Flynn lied to FBI agents during an interview last month regarding any discussions regarding sanctions with Russia's ambassador prior to Trump...Show More Summary
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In a segment that aired this afternoon, Fox News' Shepard Smith called Donald Trump out on his lies at the press conference today, called the entire thing "crazy," demanded answers regarding Russia, defended CNN's Jim Acosta and expressed complete shock...
During a rambling, 75-minute press conference today, President Donald Trump dismissed reporters’ questions concerning his connections with Russia as a “ruse,” and repeated a lie about Hillary Clinton giving 20 percent of America’s uranium to Russia. It never happened. Read more...
President Donald Trump held a press conference today in Washington DC. He slammed the media throughout the presser. President Trump... The post POTUS TRUMP Scolds Press: Russia Story Is Fake News – Pushed by Media (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
A month ago, Donald Trump accepted the basic facts of the Russian hacking scandal. Today, he did the opposite.
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This is not breaking news. This is news being re-"broken" for political effect. Paul Manafort was already reported to have "ties" to Russian politicians. The media reported this all through May through August of last fucking year. May 2, 2016,...
Jill Lawrence/USA Today: If you start firing people for lying, for purveying fake news, for making U.S. foreign policy before you take office, for possibly having financial ties to Russia and possibly being vulnerable to blackmail by Russia, for being investigated by U.S. Show More Summary
U.S. government officials said today that they believe Russia has secretly deployed two battalions of the SSC-X-8 cruise missile, which violates a 1987 treaty, according to the New York Times. At the same time, a Russian spy ship, the SSV-175 Viktor Leonov, is now hanging out off the United States’ East Coast. And it… Read more...
As Mike Flynn departs amid Russia blackmail suspicions, the dysfunction inside Trump's regime is boiling over. They're even blaming Obama 'sleeper cells' inside the White House. Today's New York Times includes yet another exposé of what an increasingly hobbled hot mess Team Trump is. Show More Summary
During today's White House press briefing, Sean Spicer explained just how tough the Trump administration has been on Russia. CNN's Jim Acosta, who deserves applause for not laughing, followed up: "It seems to a lot of Americans, it seems...Show More Summary
Early on in today's press briefing, Sean Spicer said that President Trump has been very tough on Russia. When CNN's Jim Acosta got to ask a question, he asked, "How is that possible?"
Speaking with Matt Lauer on “The Today Show,” White House deflector Kellyanne Conway struggled to get through an interview about why Donald Trump didn’t fire Michael Flynn the moment the Justice Department informed him that Michael Flynn...Show More Summary