Another day, another uproar about something Trump said. The presidenial self-incrimination machine keeps a-rolling. This time, critics charge, President Donald Trump admitted to tampering with or intimidating a witness. Fox News‘ Ainsley Earhardt prompted the president, asking whether the initial suggestion that tapes of discussions between Trump and James Comey had maybe kept the former FBI […]
Ivanka Trump must testify in a dispute with an Italian shoemaker over one of her company's shoe designs, a judge said Friday.
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Former presidential candidate Bernie Sanders and wife Jane Sanders have hired two high-powered attorneys to represent her in a FBI investigation for fraud.
A Politico article Friday morning described an Oval Office meeting where President Donald Trump reportedly took out his frustration with the Russia investigation on White House Counsel Don McGahn. Sources said that Trump was upset that McGahn, a longtime Trump loyalist, didn't nip the investigation at the bud.
So does that mean President Trump can’t face repercussions if federal investigators find that he obstructed justice?No, he could still be impeached. The FBI/DOJ could turn their findings over to a congressional committee, who could begin impeachment proceedings if they were justified.