As the press corps visited the White House to hear briefings on immigration from senior officials, Donald Trump unexpectedly told reporters that he would be speaking to Robert Mueller for his Russiagate/collusion inquiry.
The efforts to delegitimize Robert Mueller, a lifetime Republican with a spotless record of professionalism, have been extraordinary. As Mueller closes in on his inner circle, the president has only two options, each with catastrophic consequences.
In a stunning confession, president Trump's personal lawyer John Dowd, took responsibility on Sunday for a tweet that Trump sent on Saturday claiming he knew his former security adviser, Michael Flynn, had lied to the FBI before he fired him in February
If Breitbart is now acknowledging that the man they've been lying for shamelessly for the past two years is in deep trouble, you can be sure that we are approaching some sort of reckoning.
We’ve become accustomed to living in a hostage situation. The Republicans put forth some radical idea then we react with social media posts urging everyone to contact our representatives. The idea fails, and we breathe a collective sigh of relief, and snicker at the incompetence of the Republicans.
When a brutal dictatorship has the upper hand on one of the defining issues of our time, you are pretty much screwed.
If repeated contacts between the Trump campaign and Russia were completely innocent, why lie about them?
The ultimate declaration of party over country and the rule of law.
Trump thought she could explain away his Flynn problem, he was so very wrong.
The situation is "taking care of itself" so why bother looking into possible treason at the highest levels of government?
NBC's Carrie Dann had to dig deep for this one.
It was an excuse trotted out over and over again by the nihilist left during the Democratic primaries. But thousands of people didn't survive the Bush years -- and a botched raid in Yemen proves not everyone will survive the Trump years either.
And they met in Trump Tower. In New York. In 2016. Nothing to worry about here, move along.
Our best and brightest to Trump: "It's not us, it's you."