Paul Manafort, Once of Trump Campaign, Indicted as an Adviser Admits to Lying About Ties to Russia

“Manafort used his hidden overseas wealth to enjoy a lavish lifestyle in the United States without paying taxes on that income,” the indictment reads. Continue reading the main story Mr. Gates is accused of transferring more than $3 million from offshore accounts. The two are also charged with making false statements. “As part of the […]

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Trump Campaign Adviser Met With Russian to Discuss ‘Dirt’ on Clinton

Mr. Papadopoulos was quietly arrested at Washington Dulles Airport on July 27 and has since been cooperating with the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, records show. Mr. Papadopoulos’s conversation in April raises more questions about a subsequent meeting in June at Trump Tower, where Mr. Trump’s eldest son and senior advisers met with Russians […]

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Trump Rage Tweets Awake & Blames Obama For Scandal Like A Madman On Drugs

Donald Trump started out Monday morning like any other day. He woke up, picked up his phone, and started tweeting the first thing that popped into his tiny little mind. However, when news broke of Paul Manafort’s turning himself in for Mueller’s indictment, Trump’s mindless tweeting suddenly stopped. JUST IN: Paul Manafort surrenders, Gates asked […]

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Trump Lied On Candidate Disclosure Form

There’s a reason Donald Trump is refusing to release his taxes, and it’s not just because of an ongoing audit at the IRS. Recently it has just been discovered that Trump, in an effort to show the world how rich he is, valued one of his properties at “more than $50 million,” yet his attorneys, […]

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Whitefish Energy contract bars government from auditing deal

A deal reached between the government and a small Montana energy company located in Interior Secretary Ryan ZinkeRyan Keith ZinkeOvernight Energy: House panels open probes into Whitefish power deal with Puerto Rico House panels investigating 0M Puerto Rico power grid contract Dems ask for investigation into Whitefish Energy deal MORE‘s hometown prohibits the government from […]

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Trump spending $1.75 million on presidential furniture, redecorations

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump’s administration is spending $1.75 million on furniture for the White House and offices tied to it, according to government records. That includes $17,000 for custom rugs, $7,000 for “furniture pedestals” and $5,000 for wallpaper. There’s also $12,800 for a custom conference table from a company that made one for Richard […]

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Donald Trump Just Gave Big ‘NO’ To California – This Was a Major Project

Donald Trump and his administration are of huge importance for the current California state leadership, but Governor Jerry Brown and the Representatives in this state already declared war on the federal government. Irrational and unlogical,  but Jerry Brown still pulled the unreal stunt and made California a sanctuary state with his executive order. However, he […]

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Trump: ‘My generals’ had decision-making authority on Niger mission

President Trump on Wednesday said he did not personally authorize the mission in Niger in which four U.S. soldiers were killed, saying “my generals and my military” have decision-making authority. Asked if he authorized the mission, Trump responded, “No, I didn’t, not specifically.” “I have generals that are great generals,” he continued. “These are great […]

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$300M Puerto Rico Recovery Contract Awarded to Tiny Utility Company Linked to Major Trump Donor

Puerto Rico has agreed to pay a reported $300 million for the restoration of its power grid to a tiny utility company that is primarily financed by a private-equity firm founded and run by a man who contributed large sums of money to President Trump, an investigation conducted by The Daily Beast has found. Whitefish […]

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Full Transcript: Jeff Flake’s Speech on the Senate Floor

But we must never adjust to the present coarseness of our national dialogue with the tone set up at the top. We must never regard as normal the regular and casual undermining of our democratic norms and ideals. We must never meekly accept the daily sundering of our country. The personal attacks, the threats against […]

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