Deputy Attorney General, Rod Rosenstein, was tentatively set to meet with GOP lawmakers last week to discuss reports that he considered secretly recording President Trump. However, last week’s meeting was postponed, and a House Judiciary Committee aide told the Washington Examiner at the time they are working to confirm a potential meeting.
President Trump on Thursday threatened to “close our southern border” if the Mexican government allows Honduran migrants to approach the U.S., and if Democrats continue to resist his plan to build a border wall.
In case you haven’t been paying attention, the Republicans are going to remain in control of both the House and the Senate in a couple of weeks. Since their flawless victory over the Democrats in the fight to confirm Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, the Republican base is more energized now than at any point since November 2016.
Senator Lindsey Graham seems to have a newfound “Trumpian” swagger of late, all starting with his fiery speech during Justice Kavanaugh’s confirmation – and culminating in several recent clips of the South Carolina Senator giving Democrats what for.
Much hilarity ensued after it was pointed out that leftists who donated over $500,000 dollars to Stormy Daniels’ legal fund are now essentially paying President Donald Trump’s legal fees.
On Monday evening, it was revealed President Trump defeated the defamation suit brought by Daniels after the President, on Twitter, accused her of lying about a man allegedly threatening her to keep quiet about an encounter she claims to have had with the President.
As the saying goes, if Elizabeth Warren were a car, today President Trump would have taken her to the DMV and paid a title transfer-fee because she was definitely owned. The day started with Warren off the reservation launching an offensive against President Trump that was obviously and badly coordinated with several media outlets.
For anyone buying into the mainstream media’s recent defense of Senator Richard Blumenthal, in the wake of President Trump’s mockery of the senator, for lying about his service during the Vietnam era, you’re in luck.
President Donald Trump endorsed prison reform on Thursday, warning Attorney General Jeff Sessions to get on board with the idea.Trump said he is interested in reducing sentences for people like Alice Marie Johnson, a nonviolent drug offender whose life sentence the president commuted in June.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein wasn’t joking when he told former FBI officials Andrew McCabe and Lisa Page that he wanted to secretly record President Trump and use the tapes to remove him from office, according to the FBI’s former top lawyer.
“I guess, you know look I don’t want to give you any false hope here. I’m the level of my optimism is gone down to quite a degree. I still have it obviously I’m doing this, I’m making a movie I’m gonna have a TV series here in another month or so. I’m doing this because I believe there’s a chance to make this right.”