See no evil, hear no evil! Isn't he brilliant?
CNN's Jim Acosta and Carl Bernstein discuss Bernstein's report on Trump's phone calls with foreign leaders that alarmed senior US officials to the point that they considered Trump himself a threat to national security.
The ruling is good news for America but John Bolton may well lose that $2 million dollars he sacrificed national security for.
The Trump Administration continues to be completely and utterly out of touch with racial disparity issues in America
In an apparent Senate and Team Trump effort to invent a new Obama "scandal," the Trump administration has declassified an additional portion of a previously disclosed email from Ambassador Susan Rice to herself.
Howard Kurtz admitted that his network gave little or no coverage to a blockbuster Washington Post story on the fact that Trump was repeatedly briefed on the dangers of the coronavirus pandemic to the United States back in January and February.
The Washington Post is reporting “more than a dozen classified briefings prepared for President Trump in January and February,” at a time when we all remember Donald Trump explaining how the virus would just “disappear” and “go away.”
In a radio interview with Geraldo Rivera, Trump talked about one of the lessons he’s learned: not to let officials listen in on his phone calls with world leaders.
Trump tells Geraldo Rivera during a radio interview that he may end the practice of having national security and foreign service staff listen in on his calls with foreign leaders.
Senators Mike Lee and Rand Paul rail about the horrid excuse for a briefing the White House gave on the justification for the killing of Qasem Soleimani
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