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    Case against Paul Manafort takes a bizarre turn, and it involves the Russians
    Dec05

    Case against Paul Manafort takes a bizarre turn, and it involves the Russians

    In a bizarre turn in the continuing saga of former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort, it appears that he broke his bail terms by trying to ghost-write an editorial with a Russia-connected confidante. He did what? According to a filing by Special Counsel Bob Mueller Monday, Manafort was in the process of writing an opinion-editorial “to...

    Report: The Podesta Group, which is under scrutiny in Mueller’s investigation, to shut down
    Nov12

    Report: The Podesta Group, which is under scrutiny in Mueller’s investigation, to shut down

    The Podesta group, a lobbying firm co-founded by Tony Podesta and John Podesta — Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign chairman — will shutter its doors by the end of the year, according to a new report. What’s going on? After special counsel Robert Mueller’s indictment against former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort and staffer...

    Trump asks Vladimir Putin multiple times about election meddling — here’s what Putin said
    Nov11

    Trump asks Vladimir Putin multiple times about election meddling — here’s what Putin said

    While in Vietnam for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit, President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin did not hold a formal meeting, but they did talk informally several times. During those conversations, Trump pressed the Russian leader on whether or not his country tried to meddle in the 2016 presidential election....

    Donald Trump just retaliated against Russia. Here’s what he did.
    Sep01

    Donald Trump just retaliated against Russia. Here’s what he did.

    A common narrative presented by opponents of President Donald Trump is that he is, at best, too friendly with Russia, and at worst, actively working with the adversarial nation to further his own personal or business interests. If that was ever the case, it doesn’t appear to be so anymore, as the Trump administration announced Thursday that...

    North Korea’s rapid advancement in missile technology linked to Ukrainian factory
    Aug14

    North Korea’s rapid advancement in missile technology linked to Ukrainian factory

    U.S. intelligence and experts believe North Korea’s rapid advancement in missile technology is linked to black-market deals made with a financially burdened Ukrainian factory that has historical ties to Russia’s missile program. According to the New York Times, a study by missile expert at the International Institute for Strategic...

    Russian Prime Minister makes bold prediction about Trump after new sanctions
    Aug03

    Russian Prime Minister makes bold prediction about Trump after new sanctions

    Russian Prime Minister, and former President, Dmitry Medvedev was very unhappy at the sanctions President Trump signed against the Russian Federation Wednesday, and he took to social media to express his dissatisfaction. In his statement, he said that Trump had been humiliated in to signing the sanctions, and that the establishment would...

    Trump signs Russian sanctions bill, calls it ‘seriously flawed’
    Aug02

    Trump signs Russian sanctions bill, calls it ‘seriously flawed’

    President Donald Trump signed legislation on Wednesday implementing sanctions against Russia that he called “seriously flawed.” The bill — the “Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act” — places sanctions on Russia as punishment for its efforts to interfere in November’s presidential election, Moscow’s military...

    House overwhelmingly votes to punish Russia for election meddling, and limit Trump
    Jul26

    House overwhelmingly votes to punish Russia for election meddling, and limit Trump

    In an overwhelmingly bipartisan vote, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill intended to enforce more strict sanctions on Russia, Iran and North Korea, and limit President Trump’s ability to ease those sanctions. JUST IN: U.S. House passes bill to impose sanctions on Russia, Iran, and North Korea by a vote of 419 to 3....

    President Trump embarrasses Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Twitter again
    Jul25

    President Trump embarrasses Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Twitter again

    President Donald Trump ramped up his public attacks on U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions onTuesday, shaming him for his “very weak position” on the subject of Ukraine efforts to help Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign. “Ukrainian efforts to sabotage Trump campaign — ‘quietly working to boost Clinton.’...

    See what top Dem on House Intel Committee said when asked about Dems’ collusion with Ukraine
    Jul17

    See what top Dem on House Intel Committee said when asked about Dems’ collusion with Ukraine

    In an interview on Sunday with Jonathan Karl on ABC News’ “This Week,” Rep. Adam Schiff acknowledged it wouldn’t be “appropriate” for Democrats to receive any assistance from the Ukrainian government, but he suggested the alleged scandal involving Donald Trump Jr. and people claiming to have damaging information given by the Russian...

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