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Bolton says if he had testified in impeachment trial, outcome would have been the same
But former Obama administration national security adviser Susan Rice Rice challenged his decision not to publicly discuss Trump's Ukraine pressure campaign.
A comprehensive review of the revolving door between Fox and the Trump administration
Media Matters for America
President Donald Trump has stocked his administration with former Fox News employees, and Fox and its parent company have hired several former Trump administration officials in senior roles.
Rohrabacher: Make Deal With Assange To Disprove Russia Claims
OC congressman suggests WikiLeaks founder can help make Trump Russia investigation go away. Dave Bryan reports.
The First Days of the Trump Regime
The president has interpreted the Republican-controlled Senate’s vote to acquit as a writ of absolute power.
Fox Contributor Suggests Father of Fallen Soldier Went on 'Media Campaign' to Shore Up Business (UPDATED)
Fox News contributor and Republican consultant Richard Grenell suggested Monday that the reason father of a fallen soldier Khizr Khan criticized Donald Trump and sparked an ongoing feud was to enrich
Mitch McConnell received donations from voting machine company lobbyists before blocking election security bills
"It's not surprising to me that Mitch McConnell is receiving these campaign contributions, he seems single-handedly to be standing in the way of anything passing in Congress around election security."
Limbaugh: Trump advised me to 'never apologize' for Buttigieg remarks
Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh said President Trump advised him to “never apologize” for his comments on Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg’s sexuality.
Trump Grants Clemency to Another Round of People He Saw on Fox News
The Daily Beast
“I watched his wife on television,” Trump said of his decision to pardon Blago after seeing his spouse on Fox. The network seems to have influenced several of Tuesday’s pardons.
Barr blasts Trump's tweets on Stone case: 'Impossible for me to do my job': ABC News Exclusive
Attorney General William Barr blasted President Trump's tweets about the Roger Stone case in an exclusive interview with ABC News Justice Correspondent Pierre Thomas.
Trump and Barr Are Out of Control
The prosecutor who quit over the Roger Stone sentencing is sending a powerful message about political weaponization.
John Kelly Finally Lets Loose on Trump
The former chief of staff explained, in the clearest terms yet, his misgivings with Trump’s behavior regarding North Korea, immigration, and Ukraine.
Roger Stone prosecutors quit case as DOJ cuts Trump ally's recommended prison sentence
President Donald Trump's ally Roger Stone was convicted of lying to Congress about his contacts with WikiLeaks and witness tampering.
Jury Hears Closing Arguments in Trial of Roger Stone
“Truth still matters” was the resounding close from the Justice Department in the final moments of Trump confidant Roger Stone’s trial in Washington.
This Is What an Unleashed Trump Looks Like
David A. Graham
The president is bestowing favor on his loyal defenders, and visiting revenge on those he feels have betrayed him.
Trump Fires Gordon Sondland Hours After Dismissing Impeachment Witness Alexander Vindman
Michael S. Schmidt
Emboldened by his victory and determined to strike back, the president fired Mr. Sondland, the ambassador to the European Union, after the White House earlier on Friday dismissed Colonel Vindman.
Trophy hunting event to auction 'dream hunt' with Donald Trump Jr
Nevada convention to culminate with chance to hunt deer with ‘accomplished conservationist’ Trump Jr and son
New Analysis: Every Impeachment Trial Has Had New Witnesses
Citizens for Ethics
Every impeachment trial completed in the Senate’s 231 year history has featured witnesses who had not testified in the House.
The ‘Corrupt Motives’ Doctrine
Every President equates his re-election self-interest with the public interest. It isn’t grounds for impeachment.
Trump impeachment trial live updates: Senators to ask written questions to both sides
President Trump's Senate impeachment trial enters a new phase Wednesday, when senators begin up to 16 hours of questions to the House managers and defense team.
Impeachment trial: Senators pose questions as case enters new phase
The Q&A phase comes as Republican senators search for votes to block new witnesses.
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