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  • Top Trump Saudi policy official resigns

    Kirsten Fontenrose, a top White House official responsible for U.S. policy towards Saudi Arabia, resigned Friday evening, according to a New York Times report.The director for the Persian Gulf region on the Nationa...

  • One of Trump's top EPA officials is resigning following his indictment on ethics charges

    The Environmental Protection Agency regional administrator indicted last week on charges that he conspired to violate Alabama ethics rules has resigned. Trey Glenn, who had been appointed by President Donald Trump, resigned in a letter to EPA administrator Andrew Wheeler over the weekend. In the letter, Glenn says he is innocent but does not want to cause […]

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  • Numerous White House staffers release details of near fist fight between top Trump Officials

    The White House under President Donald Trump has been in and out of a state of chaos and infighting.  At least weekly we hear of reports of some type of ruckus, and this past wek was no different. Reports of a vulgar shouting match between Chief of Staff John Kelly and Security Advisor John Bolton surfaced, and now, it seems Kelly has been involved in another confrontation. The New York Times is reporting that during a February meeting in the Oval Office, Kelly and former Trump campaign manager...

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  • James Comey: Russia investigation started with four Americans with ties to Trump, Russia

    In a closed-door meeting with members of two Congressional committees, former FBI Director James Comey provided new insight into the origins of the Russia investigation

  • Trump in 2017: 'I have no ties' to Russia

    In a May 2017 interview with Lester Holt, President Trump said “he has nothing to do with Russia.” Stephanie Ruhle notes this interview after President Trump's longtime former attorney pleaded guilty in federal court to making false statements about a project to build a Trump Tower in Russia that extended through the summer of 2016.
  • Top Trump officials saved the President from himself

    Had President Donald Trump been successful in launching prosecutions against Hillary Clinton and James Comey, it could have spelled the end of his presidency, as a clear-cut abuse of power.

  • When Russia approached, Trump officials gladly obliged

    Broadening the legal risk for Mueller's "Individual 1," the president of the United States.