The Judiciary Committee is likely to vote on the Supreme Court nominee on Sept. 20, with a vote by the full Senate the following week.
The president's tirade follows a report that White House attorney Don McGahn has been cooperating extensively with the special counsel.
The president, in a series of angry tweets, denounces a New York Times story that White House counsel Don McGahn has been cooperating with Robert Mueller's team investigating Russian election meddling.
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An effort should be launched to educate our president. His desecration of traditions could pose a constitutional crisis.
In the premiere episode of KCRW's "Scheer Intelligence," Truthdig's editor-in-chief sits down with John Dean, the former Nixon legal adviser who blew the lid off the Watergate scandal In this podcast, Dean offers his take on the misuse of power under the guise of national security—both during the Nixon era and today (Above, Robert Scheer interviewing President Nixon for the Los Angeles Times in 1985).
As I mentioned to friends when I started reading Dick Cheney’s memoir, I was doing it so others would not have to. And, as a precaution, I did it alone in case my head exploded. It did not. This book is a bomb, but not the exploding kind.Dick Cheney’s book is a bomb, but not the exploding kind.
Rupert and James Murdoch will face the British Parliament on Tuesday, and John Dean (above) thinks the elder tycoon may not be used to the pressure: "I think that this is the first time that Murdoch has ever been in this kind of atmosphere where people can push him to answer questions he might not want to address".
For good reason, there has been serious hand-wringing over what to do about the ethical lapses of US Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas There is clear precedent for how to deal with the justice Thomas could be forced off the benchThere is clear precedent for how to deal with the justice.