House and Senate investigations into Russian meddling are a sham
But Donald Trump Jr., Jared Kushner and Paul Manafort — the three people most likely to have colluded with the Russians during the presidential campaign — are getting a chance to lie to the Senate and House judiciary committees with impunity. It ...
The See-Through Presidency
Jared Kushner should answer questions in public
Morning News Brief: Russia Probes, Louisville Clinic Protests
A newly-unearthed, Clinton-era memo suggests a sitting president could be indicted — here's what it could mean for ...
He has in recent days asked aloud why a special counsel hadn't been appointed to investigate what he called "illegal acts" by the Obama administration and Hillary Clinton's campaign. Trump also publicly warned Mueller last week against investigating ...
Boris, Natasha, Bullwinkle and the Trumps.
The Legal Battle Behind the Trump Tower Meeting
How will President Trump handle a full-scale crisis?
Kellyanne Conway offers alternative fact to explain why Trump isn't lying
Those votes for Hillary Clinton are the sole reason she won the popular vote, he argues. "In addition to winning the Electoral College in a landslide, I won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally," Trump tweeted on ...
Conway: Trump 'Doesn't Think He's Lying' About Voter Fraud, Wiretapping (VIDEO)
Kellyanne Conway Says Trump 'Doesn't Think' He's Lying' About Wire Tapping And Voter Fraud Allegations
How wealthy donors fund the national party by giving to the states
The answer lies in the fact that party committees are permitted to make unlimited transfers of funds among themselves. ... If we look at every donor who gave Hillary Victory more than they could have given directly to the Clinton campaign and the DNC ...
Foster's Daily Democrat
Sessions may be Trump's Achilles' heel
Foster's Daily Democrat
Possibly, Sergey Kislyak misrepresented the conversations back to Moscow, but at a time when Donald Trump was not expected to win, what would be the purpose of lying? A contemporaneous document is more likely than not to be accurate in these ...
Trump declares all-out war on Attorney General Jeff Sessions
Multiple senior Trump administration officials were vulnerable to Russian blackmail
Low standards at the White House
The Hutchinson News
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton were record-setting in that respect, according to an ABC/Washington Post poll. The poll in August 2016 ... The president wasn't lying because he didn't know the facts – he just assumed that he did – his spokesmen explain.
What Watergate and Whitewater tell us about Trump's drip, drip, drip
Washington (CNN) Clandestine meetings. Special counsels. Congressional probes. Sound familiar? The constellation of headline-driving drama in today's news recalls the machinations that engulfed Presidents Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton for years of ...
Robert B. Reich column: The president's ethic: whatever it takes
What did Donald Trump say when confronted with proof that his son jumped at the prospect of meeting with a “Russian government attorney” offering to dish dirt on Hillary Clinton as “part of Russia and its government's support” for his candidacy ...
Armerding's view: Anti-Trump bias tilts coverage of Russian contacts
The power of bad publicity
The New Yorker
Sean Spicer Will Be Remembered for His Lies
The New Yorker
Last week, he lied about the nature of the meeting at Trump Tower in June, 2016, between senior Trump-campaign officials and several people claiming to have information about Hillary Clinton from the Russian government. “There was nothing, as far as we ...
Sean Spicer Finally Calls It Quits After 6 Months Of Humiliations
Should You Feel Sorry for Sean Spicer?
The lies that bind
Trump Sr. has told a lot of lies — most famously that he won the popular vote and that millions poured over the border and crossed state lines to vote for Hillary Clinton — and to the disbelief, astonishment and frustration of many, his lies never ...
Timeline: Donald Trump Jr.'s contradictory statements about the Russia meeting
Jay Ambrose: It wasn't collusion, but it wasn't smart
Special Counsel Reaches Down Russian Rabbit Holes