The Judicial Watch is working to expose possible corruption in the appointment of Special Counsel Robert Mueller. On Thursday, the government watchdog released 145 pages of former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein’s communications from 2017. The communications included several “off the record” conversations and one email that read, “The boss and his staff do not know about our discussions.”
Australia’s Prime Minster said his country is unlikely to provide the U.S. with internal government communications with Australian diplomat Alexander Downer.
Senate Democrats in Republican-leaning states are worried the impeachment inquiry could ruin any chances of the Democrat Party winning back the majority in the upper chamber in 2020.
Following the conclusion of the Robert Mueller investigation, Americans say they’re ready for Congress to finally focus on working with the president to solve the nation’s problems. One America’s Pearson Sharp has more.
The White House says it couldn’t have asked for better when it comes to the Mueller hearing, while Democrats say they expected more. One America’s Emerald Robinson has more from Washington.
Former Trump campaign adviser J.D. Gordon says the former special counsel abused innocent Americans and violated their rights during his investigation. One America’s Neil W. McCabe caught up with Gordon and has more from Washington.
Former special counsel Robert Mueller has agreed to appear before the House Judiciary and Intelligence panels to answer questions next week, and Republicans are ready to give him the grilling of his career. In an exclusive interview with One America’s John Hines, Judiciary Committee member Jim Jordan discussed the infamous Steele dossier and his strategy for Mueller’s upcoming appearance before Congress.
One America’s John Hines caught up with Rep. Jim Jordan (R) to discuss the upcoming Mueller testimony.