The president abruptly revokes the security clearance of ex-CIA Director John Brennan, an unprecedented act of retribution against a critical former top U.S. official.
The longtime agent, removed from the special counsel's Trump-Russia investigation when the messages were discovered, had defended himself in a combative House hearing. His lawyer says the firing was due to political pressure.
FBI agent Peter Strzok may be soon “thrown under the bus” in the ongoing investigation into Clinton’s emails and his alleged role in the Russia-gate investigation, comments Ray McGovern.
Peter Strzok, whose anti-Trump text messages fueled suspicions of partisan bias, tells lawmakers that the intense scrutiny he is facing represents “just another victory notch in Putin’s belt.”
The criminal referral to the Department of Justice by 11 House Republicans exposes yet again how establishment media do not report news they don't like.
In a review of texts between FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, The Wall Street Journal found "no evidence of a conspiracy" against the president.
The New York Times alleges that the president backed off in June after White House lawyer Don McGahn threatened to resign rather than convey the order to the Justice Department.
The number of interviewees, including eight people from the White House counsel's office, suggests the breadth of Mueller's investigation into Russian election interference.
The bureau says a technical system glitch caused messages between December 2016 and May 2017 not to have been properly stored.