Matthew Vadum, Congressional investigators are also zeroing in on the suspicious Uranium One deal. Hillary Clinton’s campaign and the Democratic National Committee bankrolled the explosive, far-fetched dossier that attempted to smear President Trump by falsely linking him to Russia, according to new reports. The news came days after President Trump suggested Democrats, Russia, or the
Margaret Menge, Lifezette News blackout of bombshell story tying Clinton Foundation to the sale of U.S. supply to the Russians, MRC study shows. Former President Bill Clinton was paid the exorbitant sum of $500,000 for a single speech he gave in Moscow shortly before a Russian government-controlled company successfully acquired a Canadian company that controls
Katie Kieffer, She feels safe enough to “come out of the woods,” exactly the time for a Trump administration special prosecutor to launch a broadside. Mentally strong people don’t need five months to overcome setbacks. Thomas Edison famously said: “I have not failed 10,000 times. … I have succeeded in proving that those 10,000 ways
Susan Stamper Brown, Psychologists define psychological projection as a protective defense mechanism whereby someone dishonestly attributes his or her bad behavior to someone else by inventing false accusations to divert attention away from themselves to avoid blame and punishment. Uranium One would be a good place to start. Uranium One is a Russian-owned uranium mining
Peter Schweizer, The transfer of 20 percent of America’s uranium to a Russian-controlled company, first exposed in Clinton Cash and confirmed by the New York Times, has become a central subject of the presidential campaign. Donald Trump has referenced it in his speeches and news media “fact checkers” have been furiously writing about it. Set
Neil W. McCabe, Top staffers for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign got heads-up from a Clinton Foundation senior vice-president that the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee was asking the Department of Justice to investigate the State Department approval of the sale of American uranium assets to a Russian company. The email traffic is part
Matt Vespa, Okay—so, is this in bad taste, or the sign that Americans are just mad as hell and they’re not going to take it anymore. Along the Oregon interstate, Billy Pitner decided to hang Clinton in effigy, with a sign that reads, “Vote Trump, Uranium One, Treason? Ask Her? Folks, I’m all for free speech.
Rachel Marsden, Critics of Donald Trump are apoplectic about the possibility that the Republican presidential nominee could align himself with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Ever since the two men offered words of praise for each other — Putin referring to Trump as “bright,” and Trump praising Putin’s leadership ability — critics have parlayed their own