President Trump is disappointed with news outlets after Special Counsel Robert Mueller debunks the BuzzFeed story about him allegedly directing Michael Cohen to lie to Congress. On Twitter Saturday, the president said “many people are saying that the mainstream media will have a very hard time restoring credibility, because of the way they have treated me over the past three years, including the election lead-up, as highlighted by the disgraceful BuzzFeed story, and the even more disgraceful coverage!”
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A spokesperson for the special counsel’s office is disputing the Buzzfeed News report claiming Michael Cohen was directed by the President to lie to congress about a possible project in Moscow, Russia.
Congressman Jim Jordan sounds off about the recent allegations against former Obama-era FBI lawyer James Baker and the Mueller investigation as a whole. One America’s Neil W. McCabe caught up with the Ohio lawmaker and has more from Washington.
Doubts are surfacing on whether Michael Cohen will testify before Congress next month.
The special counsel issues a subpoena for the stepson of conservative columnist Jerome Corsi to testify before a grand jury. One America’s Christopher Carter sat down with Corsi and his wife to discuss the latest developments in the Mueller investigation.
The special counsel files evidence outlining why he believes Paul Manafort violated his plea agreement.
William Barr appeared on Capitol Hill for the first day of confirmation hearings to become the next attorney general of the United States.
Leonardo da Vinci’s Salvtor Mundi has been out of the public eye for over 100 days now after being the most expensive painting ever sold. One America’s Alex Salvi explains why special counsel Robert Mueller is investigating the missing masterpiece.
A possible conflict of interest surfaces in the Special Counsel’s investigation, this time, from across the bench.