Trump is none too pleased regarding the latest media spin regarding Robert Mueller’s press conference.
After months of silence, we will finally hear from Mueller himself.
Bill Barr has his work cut out for him.
We will undoubtedly be hearing a lot about contempt in the coming days.
The President called several congressmen out by name!
Get out your tinfoil hats!
In an exclusive interview with Fox News, the Attorney General laid out his latest worry.
The stage is set, the drama is high, and the democrats are ready for their closeup….but definitely not for any closure.
Bill Barr has been hot on the trail of the Mueller mess for weeks…and no one really knew about it.
This isn’t the sort of thing you’d expect to hear from the infotainment industry.
Rudy Giuliani has traveled abroad to gather intel for a possible probe of Hillary Clinton.
Barr practically double-dog-dared the democrats to do this.
Lindsey Graham’s outreach to Mueller proves that the Congressman has the best interests of the American people at heart.
Mueller’s letter to Barr was first reported just yesterday, in what cannot in good faith be considered a coincidence.
President Trump believes that two can play this investigatory game.
The President is claiming that Don McGhan’s sworn testimony in the Mueller report is a lie.
George Conway’s latest lambasting of the President surely has him sleeping on the couch.
The President’s tweet carried with it a lot of bravado…but was it premature?
Barr’s press conference raised more questions than answers, just hours ahead of the report’s public release.
Now comes the true test of Barr’s commitment to “transparency”, as he begins to investigate the real reason behind the RussiaGate conspiracy.
The American people, the Attorney General, and the President himself are all for a public release of the Mueller report…why isn’t the Senate?
Cohen’s “sudden” discovery isn’t fooling anyone, but the democrats may just be desperate enough to bite.
President Trump may finally get the transparency he was looking for just a week ago.