- National Security Advisor Slams Trump As An “Idiot”
- Republican Who Lost To Transgender Candidate Pens Op-Ed Full Of Lies
- Franken Accuser Tweeden: ‘I’m Not Calling For Him To Step Down’
- Elderly Alabama Natives Say Preying On Young Girls Was Common
- More Than 400 Rich People Ask Congress To Raise Their Taxes
- Woman Who Gave Trump The Finger Gets A Helping Hand
- Elizabeth Warren To Betsy DeVos: Cancel Student Debt For Defrauded Students
- Roy Moore Threatens to Sue Washington Post
- Trump Is Being ‘Manipulated’ By Putin, Former Intelligence Officials Allege
- Corker to Hold Hearing on Trump’s Nuclear Authority
All posts tagged "Russia"
Democrats To FEC — Ensure Online Ads Disclose Who Paid For Them
We’re all familiar with campaign ads on our televisions and over the radio disclosing who pays for them. “I’m (insert name here), and I approve this message,” is a phrase we’ve all heard. But what about for...
- Posted November 14, 2017
Trump Is Being ‘Manipulated’ By Putin, Former Intelligence Officials Allege
While on his overseas trip to Asia this past week, President Donald Trump asserted that he trusted Russia President Vladimir Putin when he said he wasn’t involved with meddling in our election. “Every time he sees me...
- Posted November 12, 2017
Majority of Americans Approve Of Mueller’s Russia Investigation, Think Trump Did Something Wrong
As President Donald Trump continues to suggest that the investigation into Russia’s meddling in our elections last fall — which includes looking into whether his campaign had direct ties with the Kremlin — is “fake news,” a...
- Posted November 2, 2017
As A Candidate, Trump Didn’t Say No To Meet-up With Putin
Did Trump approve of efforts to try and meet with Russia to get dirt on Hillary Clinton? One source says he didn’t say no to the idea of meeting with Putin directly. Earlier this week, President Donald...
- Posted November 1, 2017
After Manafort And Gates Are Charged, Many Ask: Who’s Next?
Paul Manafort and Rick Gates are the first to be formally charged by Special Counsel Robert Mueller. Although the indictments against them are serious, and include charges of conspiracy against the U.S., most pundits are already speculating...
- Posted October 30, 2017
Mueller Files First Charges In Russia Investigation — Will Trump Fire Him?
Sources familiar with the Russia probe into their interference with our elections (and possible collusion with U.S. campaign agents during last year’s presidential race) say that Special Counsel Robert Mueller is set to make his first recommendation...
- Posted October 29, 2017
Trump Says He’s A ‘Victim’ Because Clinton Paid For Oppo Research — He’s Wrong
It was revealed Tuesday evening that the infamous Trump dossier, which alleges the president has significant connections with the Russian government (and more “salacious” details) which could compromise his leadership while in office, was paid for in...
- Posted October 25, 2017
Twitter Announces New Ad Policies
Twitter rolled out a new policy on Tuesday that it says will bring greater transparency to its political ad process, giving users the opportunity to learn more about the ads they are seeing and why they are...
- Posted October 25, 2017
Trump Paying Legal Fees With Re-election Money
According to its filings with the Federal Election Commission, the Trump campaign is spending about 10 percent of its donations on legal fees relating to the ongoing Russia investigation. The eldest Trump isn’t the only one getting...
- Posted October 17, 2017
Hillary Clinton Calls Julian Assange a Tool of Russia
According to Hillary Clinton, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is being used by Russia. On Monday, the 2016 Democratic candidate for U.S. President told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation that Assange’s release of hacked emails — which greatly hurt...
- Posted October 16, 2017