Michael Cohen didn’t actually violate campaign finance law, so President Trump didn’t either.
New court filings Friday dealing with former Trump attorney Michael Cohen and campaign chairman Paul Manafort fail to prove Trump-Russia collusion to elect Trump president.
The sentencing memo for former Trump National Security Adviser Michael Flynn doesn’t tell us if Flynn provided any information that would show collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia to influence the 2016 presidential election.
Amid the media hysteria over Michael Cohen’s guilty plea and discussions between the lawyers representing Paul Manafort and Donald Trump, it’s important to understand from a legal standpoint what this means – and what it does not.
The demands that he do so are expressions of political theater with no factual or legal basis.
The president has the authority to end birthright citizenship, as he says he wants to do.
What’s more important: promoting leftist social causes or protecting American lives? The answer is obvious. But unfortunately, some cities in the United States – such as Lawrence, Mass. – have chosen politically correct politics over the safety of their residents.
Confused by the decades-old allegations of sexual assault made against Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh by Professor Christine Blasey Ford?
The Senate Judiciary Committee is expected to vote Thursday in favor of the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, paving the way for a confirmation vote in the full Senate before the end of this month.
If the four long days that Judge Brett Kavanaugh spent before the Senate Judiciary Committee at his confirmation hearing for a seat on the Supreme Court are viewed as a contest of gladiators, he clearly came out the victor.