Immediately after telling CNN's Jake Tapper that Paul Manafort sharing polling data with his Ukrainian associates wasn't criminal, Trump's lawyer did his best to smear Michael Cohen's father-in-law by suggesting he has mob ties there.
Paul Manafort's lawyer did not properly redact his filing asking the court to allow his plea deal to stand, exposing specific issues which triggered Robert Mueller's request to end it.
Senator Sheldon Whitehouse told Wolf Blitzer that the logical next step in light of all the evidence known so far would be for the Mueller team to link up the RNC Ukraine platform change with a quid pro quo, possibly bringing the Trump campaign into an indictment.
Former Fox News Pundit Ralph Peters spat some serious and intense truths on AC360 Wednesday night, involving Russia's menacing moves near Ukraine, and our "administration's" appalling cowardice on Khashoggi's murder.
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His comments always seem geared toward protecting Vladimir Putin.
The BBC reports that Michael Cohen was paid at least $400,000 by Ukraine for a meeting with Donald Trump after he took office.
Media ignored the news Ukraine stopped cooperating with the FBI in the Trump-Russia probe after Giuliani went out with Stormy Daniels bombshells.
Why did a Ukranian steel magnate pay Donald Trump $150,000 for a 2015 20-minute appearance during the campaign?
Alex van der Zwaan is scheduled to appear in court for a plea hearing this afternoon.