It’s Monday so you know what that means: President Mein Heir von Oppressor is at it again. The president of people who use the bathroom and don’t wash their hands was on Twitter tweeting up a hailstorm of attacks against special counsel Robert Muller and his Russia probe. He called Mueller “disgraced and discredited”…
Paul Manafort’s former right-hand man, Rick Gates, is somehwere in a private room with special counsel Robert S. Mueller III, doing his Minnie Ripperton impression—singing in his best four-octave coloratura soprano and hitting all the high notes, even the ones that only dolphins—or Mariah Carey—can interpret.
On Tuesday, Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller III celebrated his 74th birthday. On Wednesday, he got a late gift from Donald Trump’s legal team—a counter-offer to his request for an interview with the president as he continues his investigation into whether or not members of Trump’s campaign colluded with Russians in…
Paul Manafort’s accountant testified Friday that the ex-Trump campaign manager repeatedly denied having foreign bank accounts and stakes in foreign companies.
While special counsel Robert Mueller has no problem cutting the number of obstruction-related questions Donald Trump would be asked by his investigators, the president will still have to answer them in person and not simply in written form.
The criminal trial for Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman Paul Manafort began Tuesday morning in a federal court in Alexandria, Va. It is the first trial to come out of special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference with the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
Donald Trump is a keyboard gangster, and Twitter is his gun. He wields his personal Twitter account like a weapon, using it to attack the press, foreign dignitaries and leaders, members of his own administration and anyone else who does not fall in line and do exactly what he wants them to at any given moment.
With all the theatrics surrounding Donald Trump’s signing of an executive order to end family separations at the border, you may have missed out on a pretty big news nugget earlier Wednesday. Michael Cohen—Trump’s personal attorney and longtime confidant who has become one of the bigger fish caught in the Robert…
Robert Mueller was appointed special counsel on May 17, 2017, and tasked with finding out whether or not members of the Trump campaign colluded with Russia to disrupt the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
Truth and evidence are two things that have never bothered President Donald Trump or his administration. In fact, if truth and evidence were a person, it would be 2001 Tyronn Lue, and the personification of Trump’s care for truth and evidence would be Allen Iverson.
Today, Thursday, marks the one-year anniversary of special prosecutor Robert Mueller’s appointment to personally fulfill the political fantasies of every pussy-hat-wearing, resistance-T-shirt-sporting, Salon-reading citizen left in America.
President Donald Trump is toxic; he knows it, the world knows it. But it must be really bad when the president of the United States is so radioactive that 12 lawyers and counting have passed on representing him in the special counsel investigation.
The FBI raids on Michael Cohen’s office, home and New York City hotel room apparently have Donald Trump’s lawyers so shook, they are now re-evaluating whether or not they want their client to do a sit-down with special counsel Robert Mueller for an interview.
In a quest to find out whether or not money was illegally funneled to Donald Trump’s presidential campaign—either directly or indirectly through cash donations—special counsel Robert Mueller’s team has been questioning Russian oligarchs traveling into the United States.
Being the lawyer for a client who won’t listen has to be difficult. Being a lawyer for the “president of not listening” even when objectives are written in all caps has to be impossible. So on Thursday, the president’s lead lawyer for the special counsel investigation, John Dowd, decided that he’d been working for a…
Former Trump campaign aide Sam Nunberg ran out here talking big talk. Remember? It was just a few days ago when Nunberg received a subpoena from special counselor Robert Mueller, who’s about to blow this whole Russia-Trump scandal out of the water, but Nunberg was acting like Training Day Denzel, claiming that he…
Donald Trump picked Jeff Sessions to be the attorney general of the United States, but he quickly turned on him when Sessions recused himself from the Russia investigation. Since that time, Trump has openly antagonized, insulted and bullied Sessions, both in conversation and on social media.
Shit just got real, ladies and gentlemen. We have been waiting to see where Robert Mueller’s probe was going to go as far as Donald Trump was concerned, and now we know. The special counsel is now looking into Trump’s business activities prior to his candidacy for the U.S. presidency.
Special counsel Robert Mueller is not playing any games when it comes to this Russia investigation and the big fish he has caught in the wide net he cast. On Thursday he issued a new indictment against former Donald Trump campaign officials Paul Manafort and Rick Gates, charging them both with money laundering.
A federal grand jury impaneled by special counsel Robert Mueller indicted 13 Russians and three Russian entities Friday for their alleged roles in interfering with the 2016 presidential election.