Democrat Adam Schiff called President Trump’s order to release documents related to the Russian investigation a “clear abuse of power.”
Trump said Cohen’s taxi dealings could be an “unrelated jam,” but the lawyer used his Trump Org email to conduct that business starting a decade ago.
The Genesis Prize’s Russian moguls have more than Natalie Portman to fear. Their names pop up at odd corners of the Trump scandal. Will it snare them?
“I do believe that Donald Trump and Roger Stone are right: No publicity is bad publicity.”
Mueller is exploring Cohen’s role in negotiating, during the presidential campaign, a possible Trump building project in Moscow.
Special counsel Robert Mueller is reportedly looking to subpoena 10 Trump former and current advisers.
Mueller is reportedly focusing on meetings and conversations Kushner held during the presidential transition period with Chinese and Qatari investors.
Apart for obligatory congressional hearings, deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein has tried to stay out of the limelight as much as possible since taking office. Perhaps for good reason. After all, he already serves as the Trump administration’s lightening rod and frequently tops the list of officials said to be about to be booted by the president. Extra attention could only hurt.
Adam Schiff, the ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, has finally gotten his own presidential nickname. “Little Adam Schiff” is how the president of the United States chose to describe the Jewish congressman in a Monday morning tweet.
Rosenstein, who seemed to have been taken aback by the question, responded, “We’re all on your team, Mr. President.”