Sen. Roy Blunt: 'Wild Speculation' To Claim Trump Lied About Saudi Prince's Role In Death Of Journalist
Republican Sen. Roy Blunt attacked former Obama national security adviser Ben Rhodes for his tweet saying there's a real possibility that Trump knew Mohammad bin Salman was responsible for the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi and lied about it.
National Security Adviser John Bolton suggested on Sunday that there may be a classified smoking gun that proves collusion between the Trump campaign and Russians.
Sorry Christie, but treason, obstruction of justice and lying to federal investigators are crimes.
ABC correspondent Martha Raddatz gave an honest assessment of Donald Trump's advisers on Sunday while sitting next to Tom Bossert, the former Homeland Security Advisor to Trump.
Bolton: Trump Has Unique Ability To 'Size Kim Jong-un Up' So U.S. Is Skipping 'Months Of Preparation'
National Security Adviser John Bolton on Sunday explained that President Donald Trump was forgoing "months and months of preparation" for his meeting with Kim Jong-un because it would interfere with the U.S. president's innate ability to "size up" the North Korea leader.
Former Admiral Mike Mullen Warns Trump Is Taking Us Closer To A Nuclear War With North Korea Than We've Ever Been
Former Joint Chiefs Chair Admiral Mike Mullen had a stern warning about the reckless, disruptive and unpredictable rhetoric we've heard from Trump since taking office and what it could mean for the United States.
ABC's Martha Raddatz called out Roy Moore campaign strategist Dean Young on Sunday after he casually called women liars for accusing the GOP candidate of sexual misconduct.
Here's what it looks like to sell your soul and remain a Republican these days.
Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) refuses to admit that Donald Trump likes picking fights with minorities to placate his racist base on ABC's This Week.
Martha Raddatz Grills Kellyanne Conway On Roy Moore: 'You Either Believe The Allegations Or You Don't'
ABC's Martha Raddatz called out White House counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway on Sunday for refusing to say if she believed the women who are accusing Republican U.S. Senate candidate Roy More of sexual misconduct.
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