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Trump Strikes Back at Federal Investigators and the Media

Debra J. Saunders, WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump bashed federal investigators on Twitter for the fourth day in a row Monday for what he called “the greatest witch hunt in U.S. political history.” At the same time, critics suggested that former Trump national security adviser Michael Flynn’s guilty plea could present, as Washington Post columnist

Is a Trump Doctrine Already Taking Shape?

Rachel Marsden, TANGIER, Morocco — As current and former presidents, ministers and members of various government administrations from all over the world gathered here last week for an annual conference near Africa’s northernmost point, attendees repeatedly circled back to one individual in their comments and questions: U.S. President Donald Trump. While speaking on a panel

Rosenstein, Christie temper reports of Mueller grand jury in Russia probe

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and N.J. Gov. Chris Christie on Sunday tempered news reports about special counsel Robert Mueller impaneling another grand jury in his Russia meddling-collusion case, suggesting the move doesn’t mean the investigation is expanding or perhaps an indictment is now imminent. “It doesn’t say anything about the likelihood of indictments,” Rosenstein

Here’s a List of Everyone & Everything Hillary Has Blamed for Her Loss

Hillary Clinton has put forth a formidable list of culprits for why she lost the 2016 presidential election. The Fox News Research team totaled up the excuses and found a whopping 24 items! At an appearance yesterday, Clinton continued to blame Russian interference and fake news and dismissed the email investigation as a factor.  The

McConnell thinks Garland as FBI director ‘fantastic idea’

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is behind the idea of Judge Merrick Garland, whose Supreme Court nomination McConnell squashed, becoming the next FBI director, a former adviser to the Kentucky senator said Sunday. “I think the senate majority leader thinks that’s a fantastic idea,” former adviser Josh Holmes, who now runs the strategy firm Cavalry

Hillary Starts Organization, Solicits Donors To ‘Resist’ Trump Six Months After Election

Michael Qazvini, Hillary Clinton’s desperate attempt to stay relevant was once the stuff of comedic fodder. Now it’s just sad. Politico has learned that the longtime Washington insider is kicking it up a notch, making good on her promise to join the “resistance” against President Trump. Bitter and belligerent, Clinton is actually dipping her toes

Democrats throw millions, Hollywood punch into Georgia House race

Democrats are pumping millions into the Georgia congressional election set for Tuesday, hoping a 30-year-old political upstart who’s attracting star power can deliver a rebuke to President Trump and help the party reclaim lost momentum.  Hollywood has even come out for the off-cycle vote, with actor Samuel L. Jackson cutting a radio ad urging voters

Ex-Obama officials show true colors on Syria after strikes

President Trump’s missile strikes on the Assad regime have re-opened the divide among former Obama administration officials over their much-critiqued Syria policy.  While some Barack Obama allies criticized Trump and defended the former administration’s diplomatic approach, others could hardly contain their relief that the U.S. had taken military action in response to chemical weapons use. 

Susan Rice requested to unmask names of Trump transition officials

Multiple sources tell Fox News that Susan Rice, former national security adviser under then-President Barack Obama, requested to unmask the names of Trump transition officials caught up in surveillance. The unmasked names, of people associated with Donald Trump, were then sent to all those at the National Security Council, some at the Defense Department, then-Director