Nolte — Poll: 53 Percent Believe Mueller Investigation Is Politically Motivated

Getty Images by John Nolte10 May 20180 10 May, 201810 May, 2018 Special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into the Russian collusion hoax has soured a solid majority of 53 percent of the American people, who see the investigation as “politically motivated.” Only 44 percent, according to this CBS poll, say the investigation is “justified.” The … More Nolte — Poll: 53 Percent Believe Mueller Investigation Is Politically Motivated

Donald Trump’s Long War with New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman

President Donald Trump has a contentious history with Eric Schneiderman which may have ended with the New York Attorney General’s sudden resignation after being accused of violence against women. It began when Schneiderman targeted Trump in 2013, by launching a fraud lawsuit against Trump University. Trump did not hold back his criticism of the attorney … More Donald Trump’s Long War with New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman

Tucker: ‘Getting Harder to Deny’ Mueller Probe a ‘Partisan Witch-Hunt Designed to Topple a President’

by Jeff Poor7 May 20180 7 May, 20187 May, 2018 Monday on Fox News Channel’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” host Tucker Carlson explained why it was becoming apparent special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe wasn’t just about investigating alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election, but about a push to “topple” Donald Trump from the presidency. … More Tucker: ‘Getting Harder to Deny’ Mueller Probe a ‘Partisan Witch-Hunt Designed to Topple a President’

Donald Trump Celebrates Lisa Page Resignation from FBI; Targets Peter Strzok

President Donald Trump celebrated the news that FBI lawyer Lisa Page had resigned in the wake of her public affair with FBI agent Peter Strzok and the revelation of the couple’s anti-Trump text messages. “Lisa Page, who may hold the record for the most Emails in the shortest period of time (to her Lover, Peter S), … More Donald Trump Celebrates Lisa Page Resignation from FBI; Targets Peter Strzok

Donald Trump: There Is ‘No O’ in Russian ‘Witch Hunt’

President Donald Trump continued questioning the ongoing Russia investigation of his campaign by Special Counsel Robert Mueller. “There is no O, it’s called Fighting Back,” Trump wrote on Twitter, referring to possible charges of obstruction of justice in the investigation. Trump said that it was impossible to obstruct a “made up, phony crime” alleged by … More Donald Trump: There Is ‘No O’ in Russian ‘Witch Hunt’

Giuliani Rejects Possibility of Trump Ruling Out Not Exercising His Fifth Amendment Rights

by Pam Key6 May 20180 6 May, 20186 May, 2018 Sunday on ABC’s “This Week,” former New York City Rudy Giuliani, a member of President Donald Trump’s legal team, would not rule out the possibility that President Donald Trump would assert his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination if subpoena by special counsel Robert Mueller When asked if … More Giuliani Rejects Possibility of Trump Ruling Out Not Exercising His Fifth Amendment Rights

Judge in Paul Manafort Trial Questions Mueller Investigation’s Authority, Motives, Honesty, Demands Unredacted Memo

Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s “Russia Investigation” may be facing its most significant push-back yet Friday when federal Judge Thomas Ellis questioned Mueller’s prosecutors fundamental authority, motives, and honesty in a pre-trial hearing for one-time Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort. “C’mon man!” Ellis reportedly exclaimed to Mueller’s prosecutors, telling them later, “We don’t want anyone with … More Judge in Paul Manafort Trial Questions Mueller Investigation’s Authority, Motives, Honesty, Demands Unredacted Memo

U.S. Judge Questions Special Counsel Mueller’s Powers in Manafort Case

Andrew Burton/Getty Images by Breitbart News4 May 20180 4 May, 20184 May, 2018 ALEXANDRIA, Va. (Reuters) – A federal judge on Friday sharply criticized Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s criminal case in Virginia against President Trump’s former campaign manager, Paul Manafort, and openly questioned whether Mueller exceeded his prosecutorial powers by bringing it. “I don’t see … More U.S. Judge Questions Special Counsel Mueller’s Powers in Manafort Case

Donald Trump: Obstruction of Justice Charges ‘Nonsense’ in Russia Investigation

President Donald Trump ridiculed special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigators looking for possible charges of obstruction of justice, calling such accusations “nonsense.” “Very funny … If you fight back they say, ‘Oh, that’s obstruction of justice.’ … It’s nonsense,” Trump said, speaking to White House reporters as he left the White House for Dallas, Texas. The … More Donald Trump: Obstruction of Justice Charges ‘Nonsense’ in Russia Investigation

Mark Levin on Mueller Efforts to Indict, Subpoena Trump: ‘Take It to the Supreme Court’

Thursday on Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” conservative talker Mark Levin derided special counsel Robert Mueller for signaling the possibility of subpoenaing President Donald Trump to appear before a grand jury and attempting to get an indictment. Levin argued that should Mueller pursue the president in this manner, Trump’s response should be to force Mueller to … More Mark Levin on Mueller Efforts to Indict, Subpoena Trump: ‘Take It to the Supreme Court’