Christopher Wallace, Steve Bannon is not a lawyer, but the chief White House strategist is poised to become the senior partner in a heavyweight firm of bareknuckle barristers at the center of President Trump’s counter-offensive against Russia collusion claims. Bannon, the former Breitbart executive whose no-holds-barred approach served Trump well in the homestretch of his
Charlie Spiering, Democrats predictably raised the alarm after President Donald Trump fired FBI Director James Comey, accusing the president of trying to cover up the investigation into Russia’s interference into the 2016 presidential election. Despite blaming Comey for Hillary Clinton’s loss, former campaign aides defended him. “Twilight zone. I was as disappointed and frustrated as
Howard Kurtz, Six months ago, I doubt that most of the country had heard of Devin Nunes. Now the California congressman is in the eye of a Washington hurricane that could soak President Trump or just harmlessly head out to sea. The Beltway obsession of the moment is whether the chairman of the House Intelligence
Zero Hedge, Trump waded into the news cycle when he asked on Twitter why the House Intelligence Committee is not investigating the Clintons for various ties of their own to Russia. Following a day of drama involving the Chair of the House Intelligence Committee, Devin Nunes, who has been under constant onslaught by Democrats ever
Just hours before FBI Director James Comey is set to testify to Congress about alleged Russian meddling in the U.S. presidential election, President Trump on Monday morning again vociferously denied that he or his campaign had any involvement with Kremlin operatives in the run-up to the Nov. 8 vote. Trump referenced recent statements made by
Jack Kerwick, On Saturday morning, after months of baseless allegations that he had colluded with the Russian government to steal the presidential election from Hillary Clinton, President Trump had reached his limit. With just a few tweets, Trump flipped the script on his detractors by doing what no Republican had ever had the guts to
Byron York, Put aside, for a moment, the raging controversies over this or that aspect of Donald Trump, the Russians, and the election. And then ask: What do we know about the allegation at the heart of the matter: Did Trump, his campaign aides, or his associates collude with Russians to influence the 2016 campaign?
Jack Kerwick, The Democrats are hoping to break their spectacular, nearly nine year losing streak by forcing Attorney General Jeff Sessions to resign. That he recused himself from an investigation into the alleged connections between the Russian government and Donald Trump’s presidential campaign is being chalked up by some as a victory. This is ludicrous.