Pleading the Fifth Amendment might not allow Trump’s former national security adviser to avoid turning over incriminating documents—about himself and others.
Today’s comic by Tom Tomorrow is Then and now: What you missed on Sunday Kos … Fleeing from swastikas in Germany to HBCUs in the Jim Crow south, by Denise Oliver Velez Why many are willing to ignore Trump-Russia, by David Akadjian Donald...Show More Summary
Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, the man who Russian government officials reportedly saw as the key to exerting control over Donald Trump, has invoked his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination and refused to...Show More Summary
ROGER SIMON: Huge Arms Sale to Saudis Makes Trump-Russia Collusion Ridiculous. I’m so old, I remember when the DNC-MSM scoffed at the notion of Russians under every bed. But I’m sure they’ll keep looking for them here.
Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn will defy the Senate Intelligence Committee subpoena for documents related to the Trump-Russia probe and invoke the 5th Amendment against self-incrimination, according to the AP. That’s according to a pe… Read The post Michael Flynn Will Defy Senate Subpoena and Plead the 5th: REPORT appeared first on Towleroad.
Despite all the hoopla and hubbub by the Left and the liberal media, there is no evidence emerging in the investigation of whether the Russian government colluded with President Trump’s campaign during the 2016 election cycle. Let’s hear what Democratic U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein had to say to CNN’s Wolf Blitzer:
The Washington Post made it seem that a top White House official who works for President Trump is under investigation in the Trump-Russia investigation. But, upon further analysis, the Post is vague in their wording, per the Washington Examiner’s T. Becket Adams: The Post’s Friday scoop, however, which alleges federal officials have identified a top White […]
NBC News, hardly a neutral news source, decided it was worth looking at conservative media outlets’ coverage of President Trump and the ongoing investigation of possible ties between his campaign and the Russian government. What did they come up with? It rambled on about Fox News’ coverage of the investigation, highlighting the likes of Bret […]
Ev Williams, who co-founded Twitter, is more-or-less apologizing for the site's role in President Donald Trump's electoral win. Republican senator hops on Twitter video to hold town hall-style meeting after Trump-Russia special counsel...Show More Summary
The Republican senator said people deserved the truth about Russia's alleged interference in the U.S. election.
Russian influence on our presidential election needs to be pursued for the sake of our democracy. Yet this issue makes me uneasy. Why? Because it’s not at all certain that it helps us. My favorite comment this week was from a womanShow More Summary
Jared Kushner, husband of Ivanka Trump is said to be the next “person of interest” in the Trump-Russia investigation, which is probing the connection between the Trump campaign and the Russian government. Jared Kushner, a senior aide...Show More Summary
As the Trump-Russia investigation expands and Beltway insiders on both sides of the aisle begin to buzz about impeachment, the 2018 election is probably not the GOP’s No. 1 problem right now. “Don’t fall in love with the map,” Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell warned last month. Show More Summary
Devlin Barrett, national security reporter for The Washington Post, talks with Rachel Maddow on another busy news day about new reporting that the Trump-Russia investigation has moved to a White House adviser close to Donald Trump.
Robert Mueller isn’t starting his work investigating Russia’s influence on the 2016 election alone, he’s also bringing along a veteran Watergate prosecutor and another man who he’s worked closely with him before. James Quarles, who started...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump told Russian diplomats last week his firing of "nut job" James Comey had eased the pressure on him, even as the FBI's Trump-Russia investigation had moved into the White House, according to reports...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON — Investigators into Russian meddling in the U.S. presidential elections are now also probing whether White House officials have engaged in a cover-up, according to members of Congress who were briefed Friday by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. That avenue of investigation was added in recent weeks after assertions by former FBI Director James [...]Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump told Russian diplomats last week his firing of "nut job" James Comey had eased the pressure on him, even as the FBI's Trump-Russia investigation had moved into the White House, according to reports Friday that pursued the president as he began his maiden foreign trip.
Devlin Barrett, national security reporter for The Washington Post, talks with Rachel Maddow on another busy news day about new reporting that the Trump...
Neal Katyal, former US acting solicitor general who helped draft the special counsel regulations, talks with Rachel Maddow about the ways in which Donald...