Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee released a redacted version of the final report on their yearlong investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Don’t worry; I read it for you. The report concludes that neither the president nor his known associates “colluded, coordinated,…
Longtime Donald Trump associate Felix Sater told Chris Hayes on his MSNBC show Friday that he was trying to secure a real estate deal during the 2016 campaign to build “Trump Tower Moscow” with funding from VTB Bank, which is currently under U.S. sanctions.
The bricks in the Kremlin wall, also known as the Trump administration, continue to crumble as former presidential campaign aide Rick Gates becomes the third person close to Donald Trump to make a deal with special counsel Robert Mueller after pleading guilty to conspiracy and making a false statement.
Why was it so important to President Donald Trump to have Attorney General Jeff Sessions oversee the Russia investigation? It couldn’t possibly be because the president of the United States and the overlord of Russia are secretly play cousins who spend the night over each other’s house and make forts out of bedsheets…
Updated Monday, Oct. 30, 2017, 2:38 p.m. EDT: President Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman Paul Manafort and Manafort’s business associate Rick Gate have both pleaded not guilty following their arrest on several felonies, including conspiracy against the United States.
Another one bites the dust. More specifically, Trump campaign foreign policy adviser George Papadopolous is actually just taking the L, apparently, and has pleaded guilty to making false statements to FBI agents during their investigation into possible Russian interference in the U.S. 2016 presidential elections.
On July 7, 2016, less than two weeks before Donald Trump accepted the Republican presidential nomination, his then-campaign manager Paul Manafort wrote an email to a Russian billionaire with close ties to the Kremlin and offered to provide him with briefings on the presidential race.
The media needs to stop trying to break up President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin. Trump gave Putin his final rose, and at this point they have a miniature poodle named Flynn and a Prius they share.
Donald Trump Jr., aka Not-Ivanka, does a pretty good job of being an idiot on his own, so I find it hilarious that President Donald Trump’s administration reportedly helped compose Not-Ivanka’s initial response to allegations that he met with a Kremlin-linked lawyer who he believed had dirt on Hillary Clinton.
President Donald Trump’s son-in-law, Jared “Got Dem Visas” Kushner, wanted to have a burner phone in the White House that was directly connected to Russia; the White House communications director has resigned; and someone tweeted some fake-ass message from Trump’s presidential Twitter account—you know, the one he…
The House Oversight Committee is confirming what many of us have suspected: that this Remy Ma-second-diss-record-ass administration consists of a bunch of Russian operatives disguised as Americans liars.
Since President TrumPutin’s playbook only includes lying, mentioning Hillary Clinton and blaming Barack Obama, it’s safe to assume that if the president has a sit-down interview with fake-news Fox, you can bet he’s going to do one of the three, if not all of them.
Dear members of the GOP and the Trump administration:
Former acting Attorney General Sally Yates was supposed to testify before the House Intelligence Committee about the obvious connection between President Vladimir TrumPutin’s campaign staff and Russian officials—that is, until, her attorney claims, the Justice Department applied the brakes.
Seriously, Valentine’s Day just passed, and while we don’t want to be a dick about it, Russia is starting to become the girlfriend who comes over unannounced, and it’s gone from being cute to creepy.
The Trump administration stinks. It has from the beginning, and two of the major offenses have been the administration’s obvious ties to Cousin Putin and lying. The entire campaign and presidency up to this point have had to answer questions about both, so it seems a little disingenuous that national security adviser…