Special counsel Robert Mueller believes that Paul Manafort was sharing polling data and discussing Russian-Ukrainian policy with his close Russian-intelligence-linked associate, Konstantin Kilimnik, while he led the Trump presidential campaign, according to parts of a court filing that were meant to be redacted by Manafort's legal team Tuesday but were released publicly.
It’s looking like “No Collusion!” may be right up there with “Mexico will pay for it!”- Sen. Patrick Leahy
The World Is A Safer Place Without
- Iran says it is holding US Navy veteran
- Trump again threatens to use a ‘national emergency’ to build his wall and rants it is his ‘absolute right’
- EU delegation bemoans Trump's 'harmful approach' after ambassador status downgrade
- Bolton leaves Turkey on sour note over Trump's Syria plans
- On his Mideast trip, Pompeo makes unannounced Iraq stop
- Homeland Security counsel was supposed to give report from border visit -- but they can't go because of the shutdown
Trump: "why do we have nuclear weapons if we can't use them?"me: "why do we have the 25th amendment if we can't use it?" - Jeff Tiedrich
President Trump considers the declaration of a national emergency to circumvent Congress and begin construction on a border wall to be on the table, his top spokesperson said Wednesday.
Though Trump didn't mention the possibility of a declaration during a primetime address to the nation Tuesday night, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders told Fox News that the declaration is “certainly still an option” and “something that’s on the table.”
I'm confident that Trump changed a lot of minds last night. Sorry, I meant channels. - Stephen Colbert
The moment Putin decided he wanted Trump to be president.
Fact-checker Collapses From Exhaustion Thirty Seconds Into Trump Speech - Andy Borowitz
- GOP senator makes excuses for Manafort sharing Trump campaign data with accused Russian spy
- ‘This is a five-alarm fire!’ CNN’s Dana Bash crushes GOP for shrugging off new Manafort revelations
- ‘We have the umbilical cord’: Harvard Law professor explains Don Jr. and Jared Kushner are caught on collusion
- Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is expected to depart his role in the coming weeks
- Trump, Pence will meet with Senate Republicans on Wednesday: White House
- Pence dodges credibility questions on border 'crisis' in morning show barrage
- Rick Santorum faceplants on CNN when asked to explain how Trump’s wall would stop the drug trade
- Trump offers words of support for NC Republican accused of election fraud: 'Keep fighting'
- Pro-Pruitt group took big checks in secret
- Texas county GOP set to vote on whether to remove vice-chairman because he's Muslim
- Graham says Barr will allow Mueller to complete investigation
- Trump Jr. cites zoo enclosures in push for border wall
I Bet Forrest Gump Can Spell Forest. Forrest Trump Can't.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday issued a bizarre proclamation that he has permanently ordered the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to stop sending California money to help beat forest fires unless they adopt his widely panned plan to prevent fires by raking leaves.
"Billions of dollars are sent to the State of California for Forrest (sic) fires that, with proper Forrest (sic) Management, would never happen,” the president wrote.
“Racist is as racist does”
“Life is like a box of sealed indictments. You never know what you gonna get.”
- Forrest Trump
It’s not fair to call him #ForrestTrump.
Forrest Gump actually went to Vietnam. - Crutnacker tweet
Rock The Voter News
- Pelosi: Trump FEMA threat insults the memory of Americans killed in wildfires
- House Dems introduce bill to require presidents to release tax returns
- Viral video shows Obama kissing baby while golfing in Hawaii
Trump: under investigation
Don Jr: expects to be indicted
Assange: sealed indictment
Flynn: awaiting sentencing
Cohen: reporting to prison
Manafort: perpetual motion treason monkey
Hillary: enjoying a nice walk in the woods, probably
Me: laughing at all you "lock her up" morons - Jeff Tiedrich
Pelosi & Schumer Beat Out Trump In Viewers
The response by Democratic leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer has slightly larger preliminary numbers than the president's address.
Mexico agrees to pay for Trump's psychiatric care. - Andy Borowitz
Many Americans said that they would personally contribute gas money to help get the caravan on its way. - Andy Borowitz
- TSA union says workers threatening to quit over shutdown
- Government shutdown leaves federal workers struggling to pay for food, medication
- Amazon is now the most valuable company on the planet. It's now worth nearly $810 billion.
- Journalists, liberals rip AP for "it takes two to tango" tweet about shutdown
I Bet Melania's Eyes Unsquinted At This News
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos announced that he and his wife of 25 years are divorcing.
Jeff and MacKenzie Bezos have been married since 1993 and issued an amicable joint statement announcing their decision Wednesday. The couple has four children.
"Overcoming poverty is not a gesture of charity. It is an act of justice. It is the protection of a fundamental human right, the right to dignity and a decent life" - Nelson Mandela