During a Friday interview, Virginia Rep. Dave Brat slammed Democrats who want to impeach Trump without any evidence of criminal wrongdoing.
The Big Three (ABC, CBS, NBC) evening news shows, in the last four nights, have been dominated by Donald J. Trump Jr.’s 2016 meeting with a Russian lawyer at Trump Tower – a meeting in which apparently no favors, money or meaningful information was exchanged – but those same shows all but ignored Hillary Clinton’s Russia-Uranium scandal back in 2015.
They hate him so much, they leap on every anti-Trump rumor.
The headlines on my imaginary Clinton cover are the same: “Red Handed. The Russia Scandal Hits Home.” My highlighted prompts, however, are quite different: $500,000 speech Uranium One $148 million Foreign Clinton Foundation funding Rosatom chairman to Putin: “Few could have imagined in the past that we would own 20 percent of U.S. reserves.
Fusion GPS contracted with Steele, who had once worked as an undercover spy in Moscow. The court document lifted a veil on Washington’s inner workings, with Steele laying out how Fusion briefed select reporters on the material for which it and Steele had been paid to gather.
So, something has to be done. Two superior court judges have been brainstorming on how to clean up the unsanitary environment. Naturally, pressure washing the area comes to mind. But one city council member says that’s racist. No, really.
y, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, along with Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price, announced that the Department of Justice has charged 412 people across 41 federal districts with $1.3 billion in health care fraud; the largest takedown of its kind in history.
Sen. Joe Donnelly (D., Ind.) sold stock in his family company Friday after reports that he profited when it shifted jobs from the United States to Mexico.
Indiana senator Joe Donnelly (D.) didn’t make substantial investments in his family’s ink business until after it moved part of its manufacturing into Mexico, and his profits have steadily increased in the years since, according to financial disclosure forms.