The Intercept reports that the Mueller investigation has found Jared Kushner directed Michael Flynn to undermine Obama administration policy and international law.
Democratic leaders have positioned themselves to portray just about any concession from the U.S president in bilateral talks with the Russian president as a corrupt payoff.
Even the best defense attorneys may not be able to save the president from himself. (Marc Kasowitz, Donald Trump's longtime attorney, is pictured.)
The report that President Trump's son-in-law sought a private, encrypted line of communication to the Kremlin is hard to fathom except as a sign of something fishy.
A New York Times piece cites an anonymous source who read notes that purportedly summarized the Oval Office conversation.
Only Russian journalists were invited to cover the president's meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov (pictured, left) and Sergey Kislyak, Russian ambassador to the U.S.
The former national security adviser’s case is a disturbing example of how politicized law enforcement can destroy a U.S. citizen’s life in today’s new McCarthyism.
The mere existence of a transcript of a phone conversation involving Michael Flynn, the former national security adviser (pictured), carries the potential for a Watergate-size scandal that would land on the Democrats.
"I think he owes it to this committee to come back and to explain himself," the Minnesota senator (pictured) said of the attorney general.
It reflects poorly on the president's judgment that he could not see that his hand-picked national security adviser, pictured, was a disaster.