Category Archives: Women in Politics

Trump prods Nadler, Schiff to probe ‘Crooked Hillary’ and ‘phony’ Russia investigation

President Trump, in between battling subpoenas and other demands from congressional committees as they ramp up their probes into his administration, on Monday urged top-ranking Democrats to shift their focus to “Crooked Hillary” and the genesis of the “phony” Russia investigation.

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Mueller files show Flynn under investigation earlier than thought, as brother alleges effort to ‘trap him’

Michael Flynn was under FBI investigation earlier than previously thought, according to a little-noticed section in Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report — and the former national security adviser’s brother told Fox News exclusively this week that the revelation suggested a long-running, high-level effort to “trip him up” and “trap” him.

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Deep state in a panic

There is now a huge dispute over which senior government officials pushed the unverified Steele dossier amid efforts to surveil the Trump campaign has broken out into the open again, after it emerged that Attorney General William Barr appointed a U.S. attorney to examine the origins of the Russia investigation and determine if the FBI and DOJ’s actions were “lawful and appropriate.”

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US attorney John Durham has been reviewing origins of Russia probe ‘for weeks’: source

Reports say that the  U.S. attorney appointed to examine the origins of the Russia investigation has been working on his review “for weeks,” a person familiar with the process told Fox News on Tuesday.

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Dems agree to give Trump details on their quest for his bank records

President Trump is about to get some insight into just what House Democrats are hoping to find from financial institutions he has worked with in the past. According to a letter from Trump’s lawyers filed Wednesday evening, leaders of the House Intelligence and Financial Services committees have agreed to turn over parts of the subpoenas they sent to Deutsche Bank and Capitol One.

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Trump asserts executive privilege to block release of full, unredacted Mueller report

Wednesday President Trump asserted executive privilege in a bid to protect Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s unredacted report and underlying documents from subpoena by the House Judiciary Committee.

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Imprisoning Bill Barr is left’s new rallying cry: ‘Have him locked up’

The battle between congressional Democrats and the Justice Department over Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia report has reached new levels of vitriol, as some on the left call for Attorney General Bill Barr to be physically dragged in to testify or even locked up for defying congressional subpoenas.

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Barr Making Changes to Immigration Courts

Attorney General William Barr will issue new rules for courts that handle immigration cases, which could have a dramatic effect on the immigration system.

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Comey defends FBI’s investigation in response to NYT ‘spying’ report

Friday former  FBI Director James Comey defended the bureau’s actions alleged a day earlier that an informant portrayed a research assistant in order to investigate a Trump foreign policy adviser in 2016.

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Andrew McCarthy: Mueller’s letter to Barr – A neat trick by the Washington Post before hearings begin

“Mueller complained to Barr about memo on key findings.” That’s the banner headline at the top of the Washington Post’s website Wednesday. But when you click your way to the actual story, it turns out that the headline is not true. Special Counsel Mueller’scomplaint, which targeted Attorney General Barr’s March 24 letter explaining the report, is not about the “key findings.” It’s about the narrative.

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