Bernie Sanders Is Trolling Trump With His New OpEd Explaining Why Incarcerated Felons Should Be Able to Vote
Bernie Sanders has campaigned long and hard for incarcerated criminals to have the right to vote. Sanders took a tongue-in-cheek shot at Trump in his latest op-ed, saying that even felons like Paul Manafort and Michael Cohen deserve the right to vote.
Sanders has come under fire recently for his comments advocating voting rights for the incarcerated. He believes that every American over the age of 18 deserves the right to help shape our democracy - and that includes incarcerated felons.
Donald Trump Just Lied About What the Judge in Paul Manafort's Sentencing Hearing Said About Russian Collusion, And We Have the Receipts
President Donald Trump on Wednesday falsely asserted that the judge in Paul Manafort's Virginia sentencing hearing vindicated his assertions that there was "no collusion" between his presidential campaign and Russia.
Manafort was sentenced to 43 months in prison for fraud unrelated to Russian collusion.
After Paul Manafort Was Sentenced to Just 47 Months in Jail, People Are Sharing Others' Prison Sentences and Coming to the Same Conclusion
After defrauding the United States of millions through his work in Ukraine and on behalf of Russian elites, former campaign chair to President Donald Trump, Paul Manafort, received a 47 month prison sentence in one of the two cases brought against him by Special Counsel Robert Mueller's office.
The sentence—handed down by U.S. District Judge T.S. Ellis III—was a far cry from the 19 to 24 years recommended by the Special Counsel, insisting that Manafort had lived an otherwise "blameless life."
New York State Prosecutors Have a Plan to Ensure Paul Manafort Goes to Jail Even If Donald Trump Pardons Him
Since the election of President Donald Trump and the first allegations of improper conduct by members of his campaign and the Trump administration, people speculated about presidential pardons. However despite what many people think, a President's ability to pardon a person is not absolute.
And it is one of those limitations on Trump's pardoning powers that the New York County District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. is eyeing.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into President Donald Trump's ties to Russia may be turning a profit, according to a Justice Department report filed on Friday.
So far, the probe has cost $25 million, the report said, falling far short of the $30 and $40 million figures thrown around by Trump.
Don Lemon Can't Stop Laughing at This Awkward Clip of Paul Manafort Answering Whether Trump Has Any Financial Ties to Russia, and We See Why
CNN's Don Lemon couldn't get enough of a 2016 clip of Paul Manafort struggling to defend candidate Donald Trump. On Thursday, Lemon began laughing uncontrollably while recapping the tsunami of Trump-Russia news that dominated headlines all week.
In the clip, CBS's Norah O'Donnell asked Manafort, Trump's beleaguered former campaign chair, if Trump had any "financial relationships" with Russian oligarchs.
Donald Trump Made a Questionable Claim About John Kerry on Twitter, and Kerry Just Delivered a Savage Clapback
In a Fox News interview, former Secretary of State John Kerry—one of the primary negotiators of the Obama administration's Iran Nuclear Deal—stated that he met a few times with his former Iranian contemporaries after leaving office.
The President saw these meetings as a challenge to his authority, despite Kerry's having stated that all meetings occurred before Trump pulled out of the Iran Nuclear agreement against NATO allies' advice in May. Trump, as is his style, took to Twitter to accuse Kerry of wrongdoing.