If reports are true, Matt Whitaker, former Acting Attorney General, outright lied to Congress when asked if Donald Trump had pressured him into potentially doing anything regarding open investigations.
Rachel and Lawrence were surprised that the usually cautious speaker Sen. Richard Blumenthal name-checked Don Jr. as a possible "liar to Congress" indictment.
"It's time for some real accountability," Merkley said.
No, really. Alan Dershowitz says lying to federal law enforcement is okay. At what point does the American Bar Association consider dis-barring this compromised charlatan?
Corsi declared that he was told that he is going to be indicted by the Special Counsel's office in a matter of days
Mutual friends of Kavanaugh and Ramirez have been trying to deliver copies of potentially incriminating text message communications to the FBI for days, to no avail.
Yet another former classmate of Brett Kavanaugh comes forward to say he told an obvious lie about his college drinking during his sworn testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
So did Kavanaugh knowingly lie? Or did he accidentally lie? Because it is pretty clear he lied.
Rudy Giuliani's public relations dance over the non-existent possibility Trump will speak to Mueller is getting old and tired.
Et tu, Sessions? If lying to investigators is grounds for summarily being fired, you've got some 'splaining to do.
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