United States intelligence officials have long unanimously agreed that Russia issued a calculated attack to sway the 2016 Presidential election in favor of now-President Donald Trump.
Nevertheless, conspiracy theories still pervade, often from the Oval Office.
People Are Sharing a Trump Tweet From 2016 That Accurately Describes Robert Mueller's New Indictments
The 45th President of the United States tweets rather prolifically. Because of this, there is much to mine online in the Twitter history of Donald Trump, before and after he became president.
And frequently, within his reported over 35,000 tweets, is one that comes back to haunt him.
Donald Trump Just Tried to Claim He Won a Russia Collusion Lawsuit but the Judge’s Words Literally Say Otherwise
President Donald Trump has not yet commented on Twitter regarding the trade war he launched with China Friday, but he did find time to refer to some of his constituents as "crazies."
Coming from a background of no prior service to the public in any capacity, Trump may not realize as an elected official, unlike in private business, the people do not work for him. The president works for the people, which includes all of the people, not just his fan base.
On the heels of a flurry of Tweets from President Donald Trump, quoting Fox News pundits and claiming the ongoing Russia investigation is just a witch hunt, news emerged of Robert Mueller and his team focusing on what the president knew about Russian hacking of the DNC servers and when he knew it.
Investigators for special counsel Robert Mueller asked witnesses about President Trump’s connection to hacked Democratic emails leaked leading up to the 2016 presidential election.
On November 7, 2017, New Jersey voters went to the polls to elect a new governor to replace Chris Christie. They picked Democrat Phil Murphy. He has yet to give his speech, but it will be live streamed here. We will embed it when it becomes available, both live and as a playback.
A former Democratic Party chairwoman accused Hillary Clinton's election campaign of taking control of the Democratic National Committee's finances a year before the 2016 nomination, except she might have confused important dates in her accusation.
Donna Brazile, who became interim chairwoman in July 2016 after Florida Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz was forced out over the infamous Clinton email controversy on the eve of the party's convention, published in Politico excerpts from her upcoming tell-all book Hacks: The Inside Story of the Break-ins and Breakdowns That Put Donald Trump in the White House.