It feels as if nobody read the Mueller report. That's a shame, because it's an important document, depicting possible crimes by a sitting US president.
The exclusive story of how Trump survived the Access Hollywood tape.
Barstow had gone behind his colleagues' backs to try and ghostwrite a book with the source for a massive payday — a move expressly forbidden by Times ethics rules.
The House Judiciary and Intelligence Committees announced Tuesday that Mueller had agreed to testify after they issued subpoenas for his testimony, and Mueller would appear in public before the two panels next month.
The famous writer's rape accusation against the president fell victim to the familiar workings of attention fatigue.
Colbert also reminds us of Trump's disturbing response to these allegations and his comparing himself to Justice Kavanaugh.
Meyers makes clear that Trump shouldn't get any points for stopping a war with Iran — a war that he had instigated in the first place.
"I was perfectly happy to never come forward. My reputation, my life and my livelihood are all on the line... but women started writing to me, asking if they should come forward. How can I sit there and receive these women who are telling me their story and I'm sitting there silent?"
In an exclusive interview, advice Columnist E. Jean Carroll tells Lawrence O’Donnell that Donald Trump sexually assaulted her in the 1990’s in a Bergdorf Goo...
But he's not alone on the list of awful men in my life.
Let's just say Trump really isn't in any position to call people "weak mentally."
"Mexico hereby promises to provide asylum to any US president fleeing the FBI, shall hide him under the name 'Donaldo 'El Guapo' Trumpistador,' and furnish him with unlimited chalupas."
During President Donald Trump's visit to Buckingham Palace, the Queen presented him with Winston Churchill's book on World War II. According to Noah, "Either she doesn't know Trump, or she's trolling him."
"Now, Donald, please don't put your grubby hands on anything in this room. This is not a Burger King at Mar-a-Lago."
We have no idea what a greater position would be compared to transporting the President of the United States, but that's how smooth this guy's maneuvering is.
Mueller delivered what he says will be his only public remarks. Most notably, he emphasized the fact that his office was barred from indicting the president and refused to exonerate Trump.
The memo, written last fall by an Internal Revenue Service attorney, contradicts the Trump administration’s justification for denying the president’s tax returns to lawmakers.
The federal ruling handed an initial defeat to President Trump's vow to defy subpoenas by House Democrats and came in one of the first courtroom challenges to lawmakers' investigative demands.
There were still surprises — from Mueller's underargued case for publishing an obstruction report at all to the sharp contradiction between Barr's public statements and what Mueller's team actually found.
What the special counsel's 448-page report reveals — and conceals.
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