As difficult as it may be to believe, it seems to be true that our top guardian of the rule of law likely lied on his resumé.
Former federal prosecutor Cynthia Alksne tells MSNBC's Morgan Radford that there are people inside the Department of Justice that are the likely source of the leaks about the recommendations on his recusal from the Mueller investigation.
The incoming chair of the House Intelligence Committee, Rep. Adam Schiff had a warning for acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker during an interview with CNN's Jake Tapper after it was revealed that Trump vented to him over revelations in the Michael Cohen case.
Trump just can't understand the Justice Department doesn't work for him.
"If Whitaker says something now, what are the optics going to look like? 'You did that because the president teed you up in the Oval Office," he said.
Yertle the Turtle learns a lesson: Keep feeding a monster, and eventually it will eat you.
Jim VandeHei explains.
A look at why the Mueller investigation didn't really need Paul Manafort.
Apparently running scams and serving on the board of a company being investigated by the FBI is what qualifies as impressive in Graham's world.
Trump lickspittle Sen. Lindsey Graham tells Chuck Todd that acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker is someone who impressed him because of "his attitude, his professionalism," and his "very solid resume."
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