“Congressional investigations are intended to obtain information to aid in evaluating potential legislation, not to harass political opponents or to pursue an unauthorized ‘do-over’ of exhaustive law enforcement investigations conducted by the Department of Justice,” a White House lawyer said.
In 2016, Donald Trump engaged in perhaps the most scandalous conduct of any presidential candidate in modern US history. He lied to conceal his secret effort to negotiate a huge business deal in Russia while he was running for the highest office in the land—in what was a gargantuan and unprecedented conflict of interest. Trump [
Advertising makes snake oil shimmer, but this kind of marketing can endanger as much as it empowers.
Andy McKean says America will ‘pay a heavy price’ for Trump’s recklessness and ‘disregard for the truth.’
The 21 currently declared Democrats running for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination are competing in one of the largest, most competitive, and most unpredictable fields in modern history.
The Russia conspiracy theory is off the table and the economy is roaring. That leaves Democrats with just one cohesive issue to run on in 2020: their visceral distaste for President Trump.
Capitol Hill Democrats need to do a better job selling impeachment to the American people, despite a new poll showing majority support, an MSNBC analyst explained on Saturday. "As House Democrats consider contempt motions against Barr and possibly former White House counsel Don McGahn for refusing Congressional subpoenas, Democratic leadership has been slower to call for impeachment, although the I-word may be coming closer to reality, The New York Times reports some Democrats who previously
President Donald Trump's financial records from Wells Fargo and TD Bank have been turned over to the Maxine Waters-led House Financial Services Committee.
Former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. and Sen. Bernard Sanders of Vermont are tied atop the Democratic presidential field in Iowa, according to a new poll. Mr. Biden and Mr. Sanders were both the choice of 24 percent of likely Democratic caucus-goers, according to the Iowa Starting Line/Change
House Republicans want to get all the credit for working on bipartisan legislation to bring down drug prices without having to shoulder any of the responsibility for Republican sabotage of the Affordable Care Act. Democrats are not going to let that happen, and boy, are the Republicans whining about it.