The Ambassador for War Crimes is among the posts that were due for the axe.
The president's took aim at the media in a fiery speech in Arizona on Thursday, prompting significant blowback.
Pete Hoekstra may have Dutch roots, press in the Netherlands has noted but he is more like "a Dutchman from the Netherlands of the 50s."
Businessman, rockstar or protest-backing troublemaker—what Russian media expects from Washington's likely new man in Moscow, Jon Huntsman.
The invasion of Crimea vies with interference in the US election as the number one topic.
Kislyak figures prominently in at least three strands of the Russiagate scandal—is he just doing his job or trying to subvert American democracy?
McMaster, Tillerson, Mattis, and Kelly have largely ruined their own credibility.
Mueller will ask why Sessions consulted his chief of staff before testifying.
He said he has never received an intelligence briefing on Russian campaign interference.
Comey's testimony made out a prima facie case of obstruction of justice.
The law prohibits foreigners from providing "anything of value … in connection with" an election.
Was there a deal? Trump is certainly doing everything Putin wants done.
His contacts with Russian envoy Sergei Kislyak were more extensive than the White House has acknowledged.
Did Trump's team also approach other governments?
The lawyers appear to be wanting to say, "Well, we didn't technically lie."
Why did he not take advice before compromising an ally's agents?
The election of Macron was a blow to Putin's hopes of reshaping Europe.
Any other U.S. official would have their security clearance revoked and could face criminal charges.
What would have been the marginal benefit of some secret communication?
The president will pick Callista Gingrich, Newt Gingrich's third wife, before he meets Pope Francis, say reports.
The best Huckabee-Sanders could do was refer to messages after the president fired him.
Connections will be drawn between the Russia probe and Trump's intensified contacts with Russia.