President Donald Trump assured reporters on Monday that he wouldn’t use any opposition research or “dirt” on Democratic rivals in the 2020 presidential campaign. What’s more, he asserted that he never used any dirt on Democratic nominee and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton during the 2016 campaign. But New York Times White House correspondent … Continued
What goes around comes around.
Thanks, I guess?
Donald Jr. once again used Twitter to release the private conversation.
On Thursday, Mitch McConnell finally unveiled the Senate’s secret health care bill, their version of the American Health Care Act, which was passed by the House in May to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. To say the bill was met with a lukewarm reception would be generous. Democrats in Congress universally condemned the bill, calling it … Continued
The Department of Justice is considering charges against Julian Assange, founder and editor of Wikileaks. The case would largely hinge on whether the DOJ successfully can argue that WikiLeaks’ actions are not journalism and, therefore, are exempt from First Amendment protections related to freedom of the press. According to The Washington Post’s sources, federal attorneys … Continued
An investigative report published in Newsweek reveals that a Russian news organization falsified information and is leaking phony “Hillary Clinton emails” in an attempt to undermine her presidential campaign. Despite widespread speculation that Wikileaks would deliver an “October surprise”––information that could effectively end Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign––its published documents offered no compelling new revelations about the … Continued