The Senate Intelligence Committee describes Russia’s activity in 2016 as an “aggressive, multifaceted effort” to disrupt U.S. democracy.
“The Russia hoax made it very hard for Russia and the United States to deal with each other,” said Trump. But he figures that’s going to change. And so does Vladimir Putin.
It’s time for the quiet institutionalist to speak up and defend his work.
The DOJ has begun to effect the president’s will by chipping away at the legitimacy of the Mueller investigation as well as the prosecutions of Trump’s allies that emerged from it.
One thing appears certain: Russia’s victory last week in our courts is only going to further embolden the trolls as we go through the 2020 election.
The department's hard-earned reputation for factual honesty and legal credibility is in tatters now.
The lobbyist and former Manafort partner pleaded guilty last year to lying to the FBI and conspiring to hide millions he earned from work he did for Ukraine.