President Donald Trump said Tuesday that one of the “crowning achievements” of his presidency would be exposing what he claims is a “hoax” FBI investigation into collusion between his campaign and Russia.
Denials and denunciations stacked up days before the formal release Tuesday of legendary investigative reporter Bob Woodward’s book “Fear: Trump in the White House.”
Earlier on Wednesday, he said, he gave a speech in Bennington about who he is to some “Republican Patriot” people. “People supported Bush, they supported Clinton, they supported Obama — they should support Trump,” he said.
“We just saw nothing but the, you know, the type of consequences you find when you have a president utilizing every resource available to him to ratchet down and do away with the coal industry.”
Lanny Davis has acknowledged that he was an anonymous source for CNN for a now-debunked story published last month claiming that former Trump attorney Michael Cohen is willing to testify that President Trump had foreknowledge of the infamous Trump Tower meeting.
He sent messages referring to Trump as an “idiot” and mocking Trump supporters. Strzok also wrote to Page on Aug. 8, 2016 that “we’ll stop” Trump from becoming president.
President Trump leveled a multi-front attack on Saturday against dossier author Christopher Steele, the media, Justice Department official Bruce Ohr and Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Urban Dictionary defines Trump Derangement Syndrome as “a mental condition in which a person has been driven effectively insane due to their dislike of Donald Trump, to the point at which they will abandon all logic and reason.”
Trump’s plan would begin the long process of rearranging the overgrown federal bureaucracy by grafting together agencies that do similar work and pruning away offices that have outlived their usefulness.
President Donald Trump exercised his penchant for infuriating the professional foreign policy commentariat on Tuesday, when he expressed doubts about the wisdom of committing U.S. forces to the defense NATO’s newest member.
Senate Democratic Minority Leader Chuck Schumer joined the chorus of Democrats claiming that Russian President Vladimir Putin has damaging information on President Donald Trump following the two world leaders’ joint press conference Monday.