President Donald Trump, protected from criminal charges while in office, is now facing the prospect of indictment when he becomes a private citizen. On Friday, federal prosecutors in New York accused Trump of a felony: violating campaign-finance laws with hush-money payments intended to skew the ...
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The former FBI director's book reads like a preview of his likely testimony.
If the American people think Donald Trump is a crook, they will have to vote to flip the House and the Senate from red to blue in November 2018 so impeachment proceedings can begin.
America's chief intelligence officers have a half-century-long history of untruthiness — testifying falsely and fearlessly to provide convenient cover stories.