In a letter issued on Wednesday morning, House Intelligence Committee chair Adam Schiff wrote to unabashed Trump defender Rep. Devin Nunes to make it clear that if the Republicans have any witnesses they want to appear, they had 72 hours to put their names on the list.
Elevating these sites, along with tweets, Instagram messages, Facebook pages, and other social media drenched in propaganda, is the mission of the stacks of new troll accounts.
Giuliani has claimed that he “never met” and “does not know” Dmytro Firtash, but he certainly knows the oligarch’s lieutenants.
After a little chat with Turkish autocrat Erdoğan, Trump twice referred to an "ultimate solution" without any regard to what that term implies.
For months, Donald Trump’s attorney Rudy Giuliani has been shuttling between the U.S. and Ukraine in an effort to find some official who will go along with a conspiracy theory that says Joe Biden threatened the U.S. relationship with the Eastern European nation unless they did a favor for his son.
Worker at Shell’s petrochemical plant in Pennsylvania were informed that if they didn’t appear at Trump’s rally last Tuesday, they'd have to “take the day off with no pay.”
The news that Donald Trump is openly feeding classified information to Devin Nunes should be upsetting, but it’s just one aspect of a threat that Trump has set down brick by brick.
Trump's "Roy Cohen" strikes again.
The offhand dismissal of an order from a federal district judge is no small thing. Neither is continuous and blatant disregard for congressional subpoenas and the plain meaning of law. But the Trump White House is now engaged in all of these things.
Trump handed William Barr a blank check to use any information from any intelligence agency to pursue his political opponents and, as expected, it’s the end of meaningful U.S. cooperation with intelligence agencies of other nations.
The recall of the U.S. ambassador signals how much America’s foreign policy is being used to support Trump’s re-election.