In my post below, I noted how we should be cautious about the BuzzFeed report, a point that didn’t require any insight. Now the special counsel’s office has disputed it, ...
A spokesman for special counsel Robert Mueller took the unusual step Friday of publicly correcting an inaccurate BuzzFeed News report that accused President Trump of suborning perjury.
Whatever the significance of the BuzzFeed story, it’s not that Trump is getting impeached. That was going to happen regardless.
A president can be held accountable by his own government.
The FBI is run by the executive, but it works for Congress, which created it and pays for its operation.
President Trump will meet with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un at the end of February, the White House announced Friday.
Michael Cohen speaks about working for the president.
If the story is true, then Trump suborned perjury, and this could define his presidency.
Buzzfeed's story that President Trump directed Michael Cohen to lie to Congress about his dealings in Russia would appear to be textbook obstruction . . . if true.
President Trump should ignore friendly advice about alternative venues for the State of the Union address.
Trump instructed his attorney to lie to Congress about plans to build a Trump Tower in Moscow in order to conceal his own involvement in those discussions.