A top Obama-era prosecutor said the Mueller probe will not likely end anytime soon.In an interview on Sunday, former U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara said he’s skeptical of the reports that the Mueller probe could be coming to an end, and added he expects more indictments going forward.
Acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney defends President Trump amid criticism that his tough immigration stance influenced the attacks on two New Zealand mosques.In an interview on Sunday, Mulvaney called the notion absurd that the President’s rhetoric influenced the shooter.
National Security Adviser John Bolton says President Trump found North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was unwilling to take steps toward denuclearization.His comment on Sunday came after North Korea’s Vice Foreign Minister said the Trump administration created an atmosphere of hostility and mistrust that thwarted the Hanoi talks in February.
Former first daughter Chelsea Clinton is confronted by a group of college students, who claim her comments sparked the New Zealand mosque shootings.After attending a vigil on Friday, a group approached Clinton, saying her words “stoked” the massacre.
White House Economic Adviser Larry Kudlow touts major progress in the ongoing trade talks with China.In an interview on Sunday, Kudlow said a sweeping trade agreement with China could be finalized by April.
Senator John Kennedy takes aim at disgraced Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe, accusing him of harming the Bureau’s reputation.During an interview on Sunday, Kennedy said McCabe should “hang his head in shame.”
Despite failed negotiations during this year’s summit in Vietnam, National Security Adviser John Bolton reaffirms the meeting between President Trump and Kim Jong Un “was unquestionably a success.”During an interview on Sunday, Bolton defended the President in “protecting and advancing” American national interests while in Hanoi.
Representative Jim Jordan defends President Trump after Michael Cohen’s testimony.During an interview on Sunday, the Ohio Republican said Cohen continues to lie to Congress.
President Trump took the stage and spoke for more than two hours on the third day of CPAC, touching on the growing dangers of socialism and conservative censorship.On Saturday, the President said his administration is “winning against the swamp.”