The Only Time Trump Dissed Flynn Was To The FBI Director After He Was Told The FBI Knew Flynn Was Lying
Donald Trump's questioning of Michael Flynn's judgment came at a dinner with James Comey the day after the acting attorney general had told the White House the FBI knew Flynn was lying about his contacts with the Russian ambassador.
Michael Cohen Also Counts Fox News Host Sean Hannity As A Client, Cohen's Lawyers Announce In Court
President Donald Trump's longtime personal lawyer is the subject of a criminal investigation. A judge demanded Cohen's lawyers make public the name of his clients, but the question of how material seized from him this past week will be reviewed remains partially unsettled.
Trump And His Longtime Lawyer Ask Court To Put Stormy Daniels' Lawsuit On Hold
"Because the facts underlying this action and the criminal investigation related to Mr. [Michael] Cohen overlap, Mr. Cohen’s Fifth Amendment rights may be adversely impacted if this case proceeds," lawyers for Cohen and President Donald Trump argued in court Friday evening.
It's A Former NFL Player Vs. A Donald Trump Acolyte In A Battle For The Soul Of The Republican Party In Ohio
Anthony Gonzalez and Christina Hagan are both bright, young prospects with starkly different styles and strategies. He has old football pal Peyton Manning and much of the establishment on his side. She has Anthony Scaramucci and a lineup of pro-Trump surrogates on hers. Whatever happens in the Ohio 16th could go a long way toward understanding where the GOP is headed in the first midterms of the Trump era.
How A Player In The Trump-Russia Scandal Led A Double Life As An American Spy
Felix Sater has been cast as a Russian mafioso, a career criminal, and a key business associate of President Donald Trump's — but he spent more than two decades as an intelligence asset who helped the US government track terrorists and mobsters. “Greed is my go-to weapon.”
Donald Trump And Jeff Sessions Fight Over Investigation Into FISA Abuse Claims
With Trump questioning Sessions and the loyalty of the inspector general who is investigating the allegations, Sessions pushed back, saying, "As long as I am the Attorney General ... this Department will continue to do its work in a fair and impartial manner ...."
Manafort Under Scrutiny For $40 Million In “Suspicious” Transactions
As the special counsel investigated President Donald Trump’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort, authorities obtained details on “suspicious” banking activity that was first unearthed in 2014 and 2015. Those records were part of an FBI operation to track international kleptocracy that ultimately failed, but which Robert Mueller’s team resurrected.