Priorities USA, a major pro-Clinton super PAC, has returned $200,000 in contributions from a construction company with government contracts.
I don't care how you feel about Donald Trump. This is a legal issue, and there is no question that under federal law soliciting money from foreign nationals is illegal. The Federal Elections Campaign Act expressly prohibits this. The feds don't even need a subpoena to prove the violations, they need only to turn to twitter.
There are new calls on Thursday for a special prosecutor in the Clinton email investigation amid reports that former President Bill Clinton met privately with Attorney General Loretta Lynch earlier this week in Phoenix.
We stumbled upon some court records from 1992 that details a very elaborate confidentiality agreement that Trump made his former wife Ivana Trump sign when they got divorced.
A transcript of the deposition testimony of State Department Undersecretary for Management Patrick Kennedy was released on Thursday by the legal watchdog group Judicial Watch. Kennedy provided testimony as part of Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit that seeks to determine whether the State Department acted in good-faith in responding to FOIA requests about the employment status of one of Hillary Clinton’s top aides, Huma Abedin. As has been the case with other witnesses, Kennedy did not recall much about Clinton’s use of a private email server despite testifying that Clinton was the only secretary of state to ever email him in his 40-years at the State Department.