President Donald Trump's constant Twitter commentary about the Roger Stone case has made an already chaotic, years-long proceeding into an even greater circus.
Trump's former campaign advisor Roger Stone was convicted by a jury of his peers on numerous felony charges, including lying to Congress and obstructing justice. The Justice Department took the nearly unprecedented step of overriding its own prosecutors' sentencing recommendation after Trump tweeted in his former advisor's defense.
All four prosecutors resigned as a result. Stone was sentenced to three years and four months in prison.
GOP Facebook Executive Argued Against Removing Fake News Pages Because It Would Disproportionately Affect Republicans
With 2.4 billion active users, Facebook has become a breeding ground for disinformation. Misleading or outright false allegations played an unignorable part of the assault on the 2016 election and a number of lawmakers say Facebook isn't doing enough to curtail fake news ahead of 2020.
Now a recent Washington Post report detailing Facebook's response to fake news pages after President Donald Trump's shocking victory in 2016 is raising even more concerns.
Marie Yovanovitch Says Trump Administration 'Undermined Our Democratic Institutions' in Scathing Post-Retirement Op-Ed
Marie Yovanovitch served as a member of the United States Foreign Service for 34 years.
Her first ambassadorship was to Kyrgyzstan at the behest of Republican President George W. Bush followed by another appointment by Bush as ambassador to Armenia.
Washington Post Has Been Tracking Trump's Campaign Promises and, Yep, He's Broken Way More Than He's Kept
"Promises made, promises kept" is one of President Donald Trump's most repeated campaign slogans, but according to the Washington Post, those might just be empty words.
In 2016, the Post launched the Trump Promise Tracker, which kept a record of the 280+ promises Trump made during the campaign. As the end of his first term draws nearer and nearer, the Post has been updating the tracker of which promises Trump has kept since his election.
The Trump Campaign Now Owes U.S. Cities More Than $1 Million in Unpaid Bills to Cover Costs of Trump Rallies
Earlier this month, President Donald Trump was publicly feuding with Democratic Minneapolis Mayor, Jacob Frey.
Frey wanted the Trump campaign to pay the city of Minneapolis up front for security and other logistics ahead of Trump's rally in the city. The Trump campaign accused Frey of partisanship and an seeking to silence the President. Frey just knew about the President's constant pattern of not paying up.
Trump Falsely Claimed 'Only 25%' Want Him Impeached and a Fact Checker Has Theories of Where He Got That Number
President Donald Trump is treading water as support for his impeachment continues to rise.
A new Washington Post-Schar School poll shows that 58% of Americans support the House's decision to launch an impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump, with 49 percent supporting the President's total impeachment and removal. The surge of public support for impeachment in the 16 days since the House announced the inquiry runs in diametric opposition to the long-held belief of Republican and Democratic lawmakers alike that impeachment would amount to political suicide for Democrats.
Eric Trump Tried to Shame a Washington Post Reporter for His 'Tactics' But Got Shut Down by Journalists Coming to His Defense
The Washington Post is no friend of President Donald Trump and his ilk.
The paper published an article, "Trump's Lost Summer," at the beginning of this month. Today, Trump's latest press secretary Stephanie Grisham attempted to rebut the piece in an op-ed called "The Washington Post's Lost Summer."