US officials have cited presidential privilege in withholding details of 24 emails related to President Donald Trump’s hold on military assistance to Ukraine, US media reported on Saturday. The revelation in a court filing around midnight on Friday came just hours after US senators holding Trump’s impeachment trial voted largely on party lines against hearing [
Sen. Rob Portman (Ohio), a prominent Republican moderate, criticized President Trump on Friday for actions "including asking a foreign country to investigate a potential political opponent" that he called "wrong and inapp
Trump’s decision to halt $400 million in assistance to Ukraine in 2019 was deemed illegal by a federal watchdog.
Republican Sen. Joni Ernst on Sunday defended President Donald Trump asking Ukraine to investigate his potential 2020 rival, but said he did so "maybe in the wrong manner."
If made public, the emails would offer a rare glimpse into the president’s thinking on a central tenet of the House’s impeachment case.
Mulvaney also said that the "deep state" is still trying to hinder Trump and expressed frustration that the president could not fire more obstructive officials.
Giuliani's shadow foreign policy efforts in Ukraine became a central feature of House Democrats' impeachment case against Trump.
"Maybe not the perfect call," Senator Joni Ernst said.
CNN has gotten a look at some newly unearthed emails from the Department of Defense that show significant anxiety among Pentagon officials about President Donald Trump’s halting of military aid to Ukraine. One email sent on September 9th last year by Greg Kausner, the Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Regional Security and Security Assistance, [
Sen. Joni Ernst (R-IA) was put on the spot on Sunday morning on CNN after calling Donald Trump’s Ukraine phone call seeking dirty on former Vice President Joe Biden “wrong” and then refusing to explain why she thought it was wrong. Appearing on State of the Union, the Iowa Republican who is faced with a [
President Trump told Fox News friend Geraldo Rivera on Thursday that he did send Rudy Giuliani to Ukraine to procure damaging information on his political rivals. 'Was it strange to send Rudy Giuliani to Ukraine, your personal lawyer?' Rivera asked Trump on his podcast. 'Are you sorry you did that?' 'No, not at all,' Trump responded. 'When you tell me, why did I use Rudy, and one of the things about Rudy, No. 1, he was the best prosecutor, you know, one of the best prosecutors, and the best...
Since the end of his Senate impeachment trial, President Donald Trump has carried out a concerted campaign against his Democratic political opponents as well as members of his administration who cooperated with them. A White House statement released immediately after the president’s acquittal seemed to foretell this campaign when it ominously asked, “Will there be [