The State Department released a batch of emails Friday found on a laptop shared by former Clinton top-aide Huma Abedin and her now estranged husband Anthony Weiner. The dump was in compliance to a lawsuit filed by the conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch.
Florida Congressman Francis Rooney is calling for a purge of the FBI amid accusations of partisanship. During an interview, Rooney claimed the American people are losing faith and trust in the country’s government agencies.
President Trump slams the FBI over its use of the infamous “dossier” as a part of its Russia probe. On Twitter Tuesday morning, the president referenced a report from the Washington Times that claims the FBI could not verify the claims made in the dossier, but used it any way as a part of its investigation into alleged Russian meddling.
A lot is at stake in the 2018 midterm elections as President Trump hopes to advance his agenda in Congress. One America’s Kelly Ayers has a preview of the toughest match-ups.
A GOP lawmaker calls for an investigation into Obama administration officials who may have tried to keep President Trump out of office. In a tweet Thursday, Kentucky Senator Rand Paul said it’s time to investigate high ranking Obama government officials who might have colluded to prevent the election of President Trump.
Court documents reveal the fake Trump dossier was based on unreliable information. Former British spy Christopher Steele confessed in court the dossier was based on, quote, “limited intelligence” and did not represent verified facts.
Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe will return to Capitol Hill to answer more questions concerning possible political bias within the bureau. McCabe will be questioned by members of the House Oversight and Judiciary Committees in a closed-door meeting Thursday.
Hillary Clinton is facing possible federal charges over an alleged money laundering scheme. A new legal complaint with the Federal Election Commission alleges Clinton and the DNC used state party chapters to exceed donation limits.
The State Department is under fire for its decision to allow then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to shield records from being made public by simply labeling them as “private.” On Thursday, a Freedom of Information Act request filed by Judicial Watch revealed the documents bringing forth the so-called private records.