President Donald Trump’s administration is receiving harsh pushback on a plan to suspend civil rights during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. “The Justice Department has quietly asked Congress for the ability to ask chief judges to detain people indefinitely without trial during emergencies — part of a push for new powers that comes as the coronavirus [
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The president, concerned about the economy, is considering abandoning the measures public health experts warn are needed to deal with the coronavirus
Fake Trump tweets were just the tip of the iceberg as misinformation swirled during the COVID-19 pandemic.
WASHINGTON — Attorney General William Barr believes the Russia investigation that shadowed President Donald Trump for the first two years of his administration was started without any basis and amounted to an effort to “sabotage the presidency,” he said in an interview with Fox News Channel that aired Thursday. Barr offered no support for his
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Attorney General William Barr, appearing in an exclusive interview on "The Ingraham Angle" Thursday, called the Russia investigation of President Trump "one of the greatest travesties in American history," adding that he believed it was an attempt to "sabotage" Trump's presidency.
Former White House ethics chief Walter Shaub called it the "absolute nightmare" he has warned against.
Another day, another round of Trump anxiety-tweets.
The battle over the full Mueller Report has been hard fought by Judge Walton--a George W. Bush-appointed judge and persistent critic of the Trump administration
President Donald Trump reported in a tweet Wednesday afternoon that "Iran or its proxies" are preparing to launch a "sneak attack" on U.S. troops or assets stationed in Iraq.