After entering a guilty plea on Friday, former national security adviser Michael Flynn admitted he was advised by the president's transition team to make contact with Russian officials in December 2016.
Trump appears to fit nearly every requirement the FBI has to designate an organization as a hate group.
Far-right social media users are looking for a scapegoat for the latest turn in the Russia investigation.
In both the Russia probe and Watergate, key figures pleaded guilty to avoid huge prison sentences.
Is Michael Flynn’s guilty plea the beginning of a chain reaction?
Revenge is sweet—and best served on social media.
“It’s an escapist liberal fantasy," series creator Adam Reid said. "The goal is that people laugh and feel catharsis at the same time.”
Maybe it should be "Lock him up!"
He also condemned the network's use of "selective clips ... edited and shaped to promote a certain story."
Despite strong feelings against the president in Britain after a twitterstorm, plans for a visit to the U.K. remain unchanged.
Trump didn’t fact-check his retweets of far-right British politician Jayda Fransen, and didn’t even know who she was, Sarah Huckabee Sanders said.
Over about seven months, the special counsel's team has spent millions of dollars looking into alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.
Former ethics officials have suggested the actions should be considered an obstruction of justice.
Trump says the case showed why people "are so angry with illegal immigration."
Trump's frequent visits to his private clubs and have stretched the Secret Service’s resources.
Senator Lindsey Graham criticizes CNN for calling Trump a "kook," but he used the same word to insult the president a year ago.