One Of Rudy Giuliani’s Indicted Associates Was Tweeting About Joe Biden And Ukraine Days After Trump’s Inauguration
“I have a feeling that chapter isn’t closed," David Correia tweeted in January 2017.
The president called Joe Biden's son a "loser," Rep. Ilhan Omar a "disgrace," and whipped up a crowd of thousands as the pressure builds in Washington.
Russian propaganda networks picked up on what Biden said immediately, spinning his words into something that would ultimately become a Trump obsession.
Those close to William “Bill” Taylor say they aren’t surprised he pushed back on colleagues who discussed pressuring Ukraine to dig up dirt on Joe Biden.
"If I did, I wouldn’t show it to you, and what right do you have to ask me that?"
Trump Didn’t Explicitly Threaten To Withhold Military Aid In His Call With Ukraine’s President. He Didn't Have To.
Support from the US is key to Ukraine, both in a practical sense and as a signal to Russia. Ukraine didn't need the reminder.
How two books by New York Times reporters stack up on one of the most complex issues to write about in 2019.
John Bolton’s tough talk on TV won over a president looking for a change. But once in the White House, he learned how hard it is to keep Trump marching on beat.
This focus on Jews plays several roles for Trump, and very little of it has anything to do with actual Jews.
Donald Trump's Monday statement about the weekend's mass shootings was an attempt to play at the presidency.
Bernie Sanders went all the way to the USSR but didn’t meet with the world-famous Soviet dissident living in his state — the history too many people are forgetting.
Donald Trump officially began his 2020 campaign, unsure of whether to keep America great or make America great again.
The Political Fights Over Anti-Semitism And Rashida Tlaib Are Pushing Muslim And Jewish Voices Aside
The storm over Rep. Rashida Tlaib’s latest comments highlights how willing operators of American politics in 2019 are to leave out the actual perspectives of people involved.
Trump made the remarks over dinner with other world leaders at the G7 summit in Canada.
“I’m not convinced on this bot thing,” said one of the men behind the Russian bot thing.
There were scattered boos, but the president was chiefly treated to the kind of fascinated audience he craves.
The Trump show goes to Switzerland.
Domestic terror is an American problem now.
The US has ordered Russia to shut down the building. "We were given two days," the Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson said.
The investigation, by Latvia’s Re:Baltica journalism center, found that via a number of vehicles registered in the Netherlands and Russia, Baltnews is actually owned by the same Kremlin media holding that owns Sputnik.