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The Kremlin on Wednesday said it's "stupid" to believe President Donald Trump is a Russian agent. This comes after a New York Times report claimed the FBI investigated Trump as a possible Russian agent after he fired former FBI director James Comey. Trump on Monday said he "never" worked as a Russian agent. The Kremlin on Wednesday rejected the notion President Donald Trump is secretly working as a Russian agent as "nonsense" and "stupid," Bloomberg reported. Speaking with reporters on the subject in Moscow, Yuri Ushakov, a foreign policy aide to Russian President... [Read More]
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Sean Hannity: William Barr will have a long list of investigations as attorney general. [Read More]
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Former FBI director James Comey and his team, including Andrew McCabe, attempted to rig 2016 presidential election against Donald Trump. [Read More]
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During the confirmation hearing Tuesday, Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) questioned AG nominee Bill Barr about James Comey's unprecedented move to usurp the DOJ and exonerate Hillary Clinton in a press conference during the 2016 election. Cornyn got Bill Barr to admit that Comey and Lynch 'botched' the Clinton email investigation, but Barr was still cautious …... [Read More]
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He was "unmissable in the eighth-row center," said a theater spy, and was seen giving the show a standing ovation. [Read More]
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James Baker, the former general counsel for the FBI, has joined fired director James Comey and his deputy Andrew McCabe over allegations on unauthorized leaks to the media. ... [Read More]
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The day before President Donald Trump fired FBI director James Comey, acting Attorney General Sally Yates testified to Congress about the activities of Trump's national security adviser, Michael Flynn. [Read More]
The Latest on President Donald Trump's attorney general nominee, William Barr (all times local): 11:25 a.m. Attorney general nominee William Barr says former FBI Director James Comey made the wrong decision by holding a news conference announcing he wasn't recommending charges in the Hillary Clinton email investigation. Barr made the comment during his confirmation hearing Tuesday before the Senate Judiciary Committee. Barr says if authorities aren't going to bring charges, then there should not be a news conference to detail derogatory information uncovered during the... [Read More]
Attorney general nominee William Barr on Tuesday criticized former FBI Director James Comey's handling of the Clinton email investigation, saying... [Read More]
Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Newly minted Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham (R-SC) wasted no time in bringing in right-wing conspiracy theories about FBI and Justice Department misconduct into the confirmation hearing of President Trump's attorney general nominee William Barr, asking him to "clean up this place" should he be installed as the nation's top cop. Graham began by referencing a January 11 New York Times story that reported that after the firing of FBI director James Comey, the agency took the extraordinary step of opening a counterintelligence investigation into Trump for fear he was working against American interests... [Read More]
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The day before President Donald Trump fired FBI director James Comey to relieve pressure on himself over the investigation into Russia's meddling in the 2016 election, acting Attorney General Sally Yates testified to Congress about the activities of Trump's national security adviser, Mic... [Read More]
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A major focus of the confirmation hearings of William Barr for attorney general will be his unsolicited memo in June 2018 to the Department of Justice arguing that a President cannot obstruct justice simply for having fired FBI Director James Comey. [Read More]
"Trump's Enemies" co-author Corey Lewandowski on the New York Times report that the FBI began to investigate whether President Trump was working with Russia, after the president fired FBI Director James Comey. [Read More]
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The Latest on President Donald Trump's attorney general nominee, William Barr (all times local): 11:25 a.m. Attorney general nominee William Barr says former FBI Director James Comey made the wrong decision by holding a news conference announcing he wasn't recommending charges in the Hillary Clinton email investigation. Barr made the comment during …... [Read More]
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After President Trump's firing of FBI director James Comey, the bureau became so concerned about his behavior that they began investigating whether he was collaborating with Russia, although the findings of the inquiry are unclear. What do you think? [Read More]
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President Donald Trump's pick for attorney general sent White House lawyers a memo arguing the president couldn't have obstructed justice by firing ex-FBI Director James Comey. [Read More]
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Former Whitewater special prosecutor Ken Starr on Tuesday tried to make excuses for President Donald Trump's shady behavior in his dealings with the Russian government — but he got quickly shut down by CNN host Alisyn Camerota. At the start of his interview with Camerota, Starr criticized the FBI for opening an investigation into whether President Donald Trump was working on behalf of the Russian government when he fired former FBI Director James Comey. "The …... [Read More]
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The former FBI director lashed out after Donald Trump referred to him as one of several 'dirty cops' who dug into Russian meddling in the 2016 election. [Read More]
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The FBI's counterintelligence investigation of President Donald Trump's ties to Russia add a whole new dimension to the special counsel Robert Mueller's probe of his alleged obstruction of justice, according to a former federal prosecutor. Federal investigators began eyeing the president after he fired then-FBI director James Comey, and former prosecutor Renato Mariotti argued in a Politico Magazine column that any actions Trump has taken to obstruct investigations into his campaign and businesses could be …... [Read More]
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