The president polls advisers on what to do about his deputy attorney general after an explosive story breaks. More recommend containing the urge to dismiss him.
Writing in The New York Times, the anonymous author also admits that officials within the administration debated invoking the 25th Amendment because of the “instability” witnessed in the president.
The former Trump campaign manager's trial could mirror the five stages of grief following personal loss and tragedy: denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance.
At the intersection of law and politics, the indictment of 13 Russians and three Russian businesses is about as big as it gets.
For all the hype, the Nunes memo was a legal dud that may cost the congressman from California.
His reference suggests that federal law enforcement is part of an entrenched bureaucracy that Trump and his supporters say is working to undermine his presidency.
The former Georgia congresswoman is teaming up with Robert Steele, a former CIA staffer, to restore government integrity.
President Trump’s pardon of Joe Arpaio was made possible by a previous president’s pardoning of ex-Confederates.
So far, the scandal has been smoke and mirrors, with no chargeable offenses and not a scintilla of convincing proof of Russian meddling in the election.