CNN: Robert DeNiro compares Trump to “a gangster” and calls his presidency “a crisis.”

CNN: Robert DeNiro compares Trump to “a gangster” and calls his presidency “a crisis.”

By Peter Lance September 29th, 2019. While most of the coverage of Robert DeNiro’s appearance this morning on CNN’s “Reliable Sources” focused on his use of “the F-bomb,” in the course of a two-segment interview with Brian Stelter, he thoughtfully endorsed the House Impeachment Inquiry, compared Trump to “a gangster” and said he’s talking to SNL […]

The Daily Beast: The Truth About Trump’s Insane Ukraine ‘Server’ Conspiracy

The Daily Beast: The Truth About Trump’s Insane Ukraine ‘Server’ Conspiracy

By Peter Lance.  September 29th, 2019. In light of what Kevin Poulsen of The Daily Beast calls “Trump’s Insane Ukraine ‘Server’ Conspiracy,” I’m reposting my piece for  The Huffington Post on the President’s continued use of what Josef Goebbels called “The Big Lie.”      January 15th, 2017.  It’s been a month since we launched investigatingtrump.com dedicated to curating the best reporting on […]

NYT: Robert Mueller and His Prosecutors: Who They Are and What They’ve Done

NYT: Robert Mueller and His Prosecutors: Who They Are and What They’ve Done

By NOAH WEILAND, EMILY COCHRANE and TROY GRIGGS Dec. 2nd, 2018 Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel, has marshaled prosecutors, F.B.I. agents and other lawyers to investigate Russia’s 2016 election interference and whether any Trump associates conspired. The team has secured indictments against dozens of people and three companies, one trial conviction and a handful […]

NYT: Why Michael Cohen, Trump’s Fixer, Confessed to It All

NYT: Why Michael Cohen, Trump’s Fixer, Confessed to It All

By Benjamin Weiser Dec. 3, 2018 Of all of President Trump’s former associates who have come under scrutiny in the special counsel’s Russia investigation, his former personal lawyer, Michael D. Cohen, has undertaken perhaps the most surprising and risky legal strategy. CLICK HERE for direct link to NYT story. Mr. Cohen has twice pleaded guilty in federal […]

NYT: How the Anonymous Op-Ed Came to Be

NYT: How the Anonymous Op-Ed Came to Be

By The New York Times Sept. 9, 2018 The New York Times’s Opinion desk published an Op-Ed by an anonymous senior official in the Trump administration on Wednesday. By Friday, nearly 23,000 readers had submitted questions to us about the vetting process and our thinking behind publishing the essay. CLICK IMAGE for direct link to NYT […]

NYT: Frustration and Finger-Pointing as G.O.P. Pulls Out of Deal To Bar Hacked Materials

NYT: Frustration and Finger-Pointing as G.O.P. Pulls Out of Deal To Bar Hacked Materials

By Nicholas Fandos Sept. 7, 2018 WASHINGTON — House Republicans withdrew on Thursday from negotiations with Democrats over a pact that would have effectively barred both parties from using hacked or stolen material on the campaign trail this fall. CLICK IMAGE for direct link to NYT story. Leaders of the National Republican Congressional Committee, the campaign […]

WP: Kavanaugh declines to condemn Trump’s attacks on judiciary

WP: Kavanaugh declines to condemn Trump’s attacks on judiciary

By Seung Min Kim, Ann E. Marimow and Mark Berman September 6 at 6:54 PM Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh is appearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday as senators continue publicly interviewing President Trump’s nominee for the Supreme Court. CLICK HERE for direct link to Wash Post story. Kavanaugh, a member of the U.S. Court of […]

NYT: White House Cites Executive Privilege to Withhold 100,000 Pages of Kavanaugh Records

NYT: White House Cites Executive Privilege to Withhold 100,000 Pages of Kavanaugh Records

By Sheryl Gay Stolberg Sept. 1, 2018 WASHINGTON — The Trump White House, citing executive privilege, is withholding from the Senate more than 100,000 pages of records from Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh’s time as a lawyer in the administration of former President George W. Bush. CLICK HERE for direct link to NYT story. The decision, disclosed […]

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