I would like to ask some cogent questions of Mr. Mueller. None of these is a partisan question. Democrats, Republicans, and independents alike all should all be asking them because of the unprecedented assault on our electoral system that was devised and executed by the Russian military.
Many evangelicals are selling their souls in defense of President Donald Trump. Robert Jeffress, pastor of First Baptist Dallas Church, however, takes the cake. He told Fox & Friends Sunday that, “The Bible says even heaven itself is gonna have a wall around it. Not everyone is going to be allowed
Mr. Trump's glandular, impulsive and often vindictive character is the only reliable signal in the noise that is his presidency. Any conspiracy theory that doesn't take this into account is not likely to pan out.
The guilty plea from Donald Trump’s onetime fixer, Michael Cohen, to the charge of lying to Congress about Mr. Trump's proposed Moscow Trump Tower real-estate deal illustrates the classic singing of a mob-culture "canary."
Trump has known about the meddling since his election but it wasn’t until this past July 27 that he used a meeting of his most senior national security advisers to discuss any effort to protect the electoral process.
Less than 24 hours after Facebook announced it had shut down several suspicious accounts that appeared designed to influence the 2018 U.S. elections, Donald Trump was back on Twitter muddying the waters.
Whoever's side you believe in the dispute about what happened when President Donald Trump met with the publisher of the New York Times, one thing is indisputable — his rhetoric is giving license to those who oppose a free press.
There’s only one way for Maryland officials to do right by voters now: Tear up the state’s agreement with its elections contractor and remove their data from the vendor, ByteGrid, which has Russian investors, including an oligarch connected to Vladimir Putin. Cut it off — immediately.
The Russian ambassador to the United States, Anatoly Antonov, has reported that “important verbal agreements were made,” in the two-hour, closed-door meeting between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin. Such clandestine talks brings to mind a song from the musical “Hamilton."
Our own congressman, Andy Harris, is exceptionally craven even among his colleagues, and declined to condemn Trump’s humiliating display; instead he parroted Trump’s propaganda line about mistrusting “the mainstream media.”
Andy Harris is not a patriot. Andy Harris is a menacing and cynical actor whose unyielding support for President Trump endangers my family and the families of all other Marylanders. It is in this spirit that I beseech my fellow members of Maryland District 1 to vote their consciences this Novemb
Jonah Goldberg: President Trump's stubborn refusal to listen to his own advisers in the matter of the Russia investigation likely stems from his inability to admit that his instincts are ever wrong. As always, Mr. Trump's character trumps all.
President Trump appears to admire despicable people like Vladimir Putin. Perhaps he is naïve as demonstrated in his voicing trust and admiration for Kim Jong Un. Consider Dinesh D’Souza who Trump recently pardoned.
Vladimir Putin functions in long-term historical categories. In recent years, he has increasingly invoked them to achieve political goals. To grasp Russia’s political vector under Mr. Putin, we need to be more attuned to his use of history.