Rinat Akhmetshin, a Russian operative who met with Donald Trump Jr. (pictured above ) in New York City’s Trump Tower on June 9, 2016, is connected to illegal computer hacking attacks against rivals of Russian President Vladimir Putin and his associates, according to a bombshell report in The New York Times on Monday. Show More Summary
A vernacular translation of the the New York Times report on Rinat Akhmetshin.
One of the last people to be identified as attendees of the Trump Tower meeting between the senior staff of Donald Trump’s campaign and Russians offering information harmful to Hillary Clinton, was Rinat Akhmetshin. Akhmetshin was identified as a lobbyist working with lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya—on that pesky problem of Russian adoptions. Show More Summary
Well, sort of… Ballet tends to shut down here during August; so, we’ve been filling our time by getting an early start on our Christmas cards, hanging out on the street down by the Trump Tower with a few thousand...
Buzzfeed reports that Special Counsel Robert Mueller has turned his attention to Donald Trump’s eldest son. The review seems to be particularly interested in the meeting Trump Jr. chaired in Trump Tower on June 9, 2016. Trump Jr. has...Show More Summary
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When Donald Trump walked out to the TV cameras and microphones at Trump Tower on Tuesday, his supposed mission was to publicize an executive order that…
Why I Quit Trump’s Business Council On Tuesday, President Donald Trump stood in the lobby of his tower on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan and again made excuses for bigotry and terrorism, effectively repudiating the remarks his staff wrote a day earlier in response to the white supremacist violence in Charlottesville, Virginia. Show More Summary
Political reporters sounded like they were headed for fainting couches after President Trump’s press event at Trump Tower. Reporters professed incredulity that Trump would continue to criticize “anti-fascist” violence, as if those events mattered. Show More Summary
Nike is facing the heat from a California-based grassroots advocacy group, which is demanding that it end its support of President Donald Trump. Courage Campaign is circulating a petition calling for the sportswear brand to relocateShow More Summary
WASHINGTON — Let’s be clear about what President Donald Trump was up to Tuesday during his press conference in Trump Tower, and what his longer-range plan is for surviving, if not prospering, in the White House for at least four yea...
Donald Trump has sparked fresh controversy during an impromptu press conference in Trump Tower, when he defended his decision to wait two days to respond to the violence that erupted over the weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia. During...Show More Summary
Even before President Donald Trump began speaking at Trump Tower on Tuesday afternoon, America’s most prominent CEOs knew they had a problem. In the days following the racially charged... To view the full story, click the title link...
If you're a neo-Nazi and think about wearing that old Johnny Cash t-shirt especially the one where he's flipping the finger, think twice. SEE ALSO: Mark Ruffalo, Olivia Wilde, and more celebs led a powerful protest at Trump Tower The...Show More Summary
From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE … Official White House Statement August 17, 2017 For Immediate Release During his inspiring and very prestigious press engagement Tuesday at Trump Tower, The President made the following statement aboutShow More Summary
Adam Davidson on his investigation of a stalled plan to build a Trump Tower in the Republic of Georgia.
The man who had been so excited to Manhattan that a dark, dingy studio seemed a palace not mostly stays away from his tower rising up from streets where he is booed.
In the wake of President Trump’s wild press conference in the lobby of Trump Tower, the Big Three Networks put extra focus on Trump, along with questions about how he views race in the United States. So come Wednesday, NBC Nightly News...Show More Summary
President Trump held a press conference at Trump Tower on Tuesday where he repeatedly told reporters he stands by his initial response to the violence and protests in Charlottesville, Va., on Saturday. He says he did not want to make any statements until he knew all the facts, and still blames both sides.
During a press conference at Trump Tower on Tuesday, President Trump told reporters that Steve Bannon, his chief strategist, is “not a racist.” When asked if Bannon will remain in his job at the White House, Trump replied, “We’ll see what happens.”