U.S. Attorney John Durham’s investigation into the intelligence and law enforcement communities’ handling of the Russia probe is quietly but steadily expanding under the shadow of the high-profile House impeachment inquiry against President Trump—and could represent something of a wild card in the president’s attempts to fight back.
President Trump described the House Democrats’ impeachment inquiry as a “lynching” on Tuesday, claiming the way it’s being conducted opens the door for future presidents to be impeached “without due process or fairness or any legal rights.”
Former President Jimmy Carter was hospitalized after again falling at his home in Georgia, a spokesperson said Tuesday.
Hunter Biden on Monday agreed to submit a DNA test in response to a paternity claim filed by a woman in Arkansas who says the embattled son of the 2020 Democratic hopeful Joe Biden is the father of her now 14-month-old child, according to court documents.
Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich on Monday seemed to downplay a recent report that unlike other Senate Republicans, Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, would take a stand against President Trump should the impeachment inquiry advance to the second chamber of Congress for a vote.
Sen. Cory Booker of New Jersey says he might follow in Sen. Mitt Romney’s footsteps by setting up a fake Twitter account. The Democratic presidential candidate, speaking to reporters in New Hampshire the morning after the Republican senator from Utah apparently admitted that he managed a twitter account, jokingly said “I now know I can get some fake Twitter accounts, which I’m going to start running I think… really want one now. I want a synonym.”
Presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard on Monday suggested that a “face-to-face” with Hillary Clinton might be an appropriate next step, as lawmakers from across the political spectrum, including President Trump and Sen. Bernie Sanders, condemned Clinton’s unfounded suggestion that the congresswoman is a secret Russian asset.
The late Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., will “lie in state” this Thursday in Statuary Hall of the Capitol ahead of his funeral in Baltimore on Friday, officials announced.
President Trump reignited his feud with Hillary Clinton, taking aim at his 2016 rival for her recent comments about Democratic presidential hopeful Tulsi Gabbard.
A former Republican candidate for Kentucky governor has endorsed incumbent Gov. Matt Bevin’s Democratic rival.