Donald Trump Jr. was dubbed "Diaper Don" for drunken habits while at the University of Pennsylvania, according to a new book
Adam ParkhomenkoYour monthly reminder: “Trump Jr. reportedly earned a reputation around campus for his rowdy, inebriated habits — notably, passing out in his classmates’ rooms, and wetting their beds.”
Opinion: Republican Representative Devin Nunes of Tulare, California, is suing social media site Twitter and parody accounts over the same behavior he used in campaign propoganda during the 2018 midterm election.
Adam ParkhomenkoPeople need to stop sending cow bells to Devin Nunes’ district office.
The Dishonorable Devin Nunes
264 Clovis Avenue
Clovis, CA 93612.
House Oversight Chairman Elijah Cummings blasted the move, saying it "defies the Constitutional separation of powers, decades of precedent ... and just plain common-sense."
Adam ParkhomenkoBreaking: White House refuses to hand over Kushner security clearance docs: House Oversight Chairman Elijah Cummings blasted the move, saying it "defies the Constitutional separation of powers, decades of precedent ... and just plain common-sense."
Longtime Trump lawyer Michael Cohen returned to his Manhattan apartment after suffering some kind of physical injury – with his arm appearing to be in a sling on a day President Trump branded him a liar.
“I was shocked he appeared to be chewing and swallowing the paper,” Omarosa Manigault Newman writes in her new book.
Adam ParkhomenkoGiven recent news it might be worth revisiting this claim:
Former White House aide said she walked in on President Donald Trump eating paper after a meeting with lawyer Michael Cohen, in what she believed was an effort to destroy sensitive information.
Jim Glenn won his House seat by one vote. But an election contest from DJ Johnson sparked an unusual political battle and uncertainty over whether Glenn will keep his seat as the 2019 Kentucky General Assembly convened.
William Barr, President Trump’s attorney general pick, has criticized Robert Mueller’s inquiry into potential obstruction of justice by Mr. Trump, saying in a June memo to the Justice Department that it is based on a “fatally misconceived” theory.
Adam ParkhomenkoReminder: Trump’s attorney general nominee William Barr sent an unsolicited memo to the Justice Department last year stating that the special counsel’s obstruction of justice investigation was “fatally misconceived.”
LIVE: Nationwide protests to #ProtectMueller are pushing back against Trump's authoritarian moves
Adam ParkhomenkoThis is great. @MoveOn is carrying the protests throughout the country tonight live. If you want to see Whitaker recuse himself on the Russia investigation share this far and wide and tune in.