Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein defended Attorney General William Barr in a recent interview saying he believed it was “completely bizarre” to say he is trying to mislead the public.
Eric Trump, son of President Donald Trump, said “it did occur,” reacting to Attorney General William Barr’s testimony this week that he believes “spying did occur” on the Trump campaign in 2016. Trump, joined by his wife Lara who is pregnant with their second child, made the statement in an interview on “Fox & Friends” Friday.
Geraldo Rivera has “little doubt” the Obama Justice Department spied on the Trump campaign and “made absolutely probable all of the trauma we’ve gone through with this whole Russia thing.”
Matt Bevin is Kentucky’s third Republican governor in the last half-century – and if he’s re-elected this year, he’d be the first in party history to win a second term to that office.
Anthony Scaramucci believes the Democrats’ recent push to the left “almost ensures” President’s Trump re-election, because the country is not ready for it.
Former FBI Director James Comey joined the chorus of Democratic critics complaining about Attorney General Bill Barr’s testimony this week that “spying did occur” against the 2016 Trump campaign, claiming he has no idea what the Justice Department leader is talking about — and saying he “never thought of” electronic surveillance as “spying.”
Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang appeared on “Fox and Friends” Friday morning to defend his campaign’s key proposal of giving $12,000 to each American adult every year and criticized Democrats for their newfound support for the abolition of the Electoral College.
George Conway has taken another jab at President Trump, this time labeling himself a “windmill cancer survivor” in his Twitter profile.
A former Obama administration official turned CNN analyst said her administration’s policy of separating children from their families at the border was done “for their protection,” while decrying the same policy under President Trump as “inhumane treatment.”
New York Assembly Democrats on Tuesday blocked a bill that proposed expanding college tuition aid for children of deceased and disabled military veterans, after having a week earlier approved a state budget that set aside $27 million in college tuition aid for illegal immigrants.