"ALERT: So now we find out that the entire Mueller 'hit squad' illegally wiped their phones clean...just like Crooked Hillary smashing her phones with a hammer, & DELETING HER EMAILS!" Trump tweeted.
"Mr. Chairman, let her answer the question. Just because it's a woman testifying doesn't mean she has to be cut off every answer," Senator Patrick Leahy told Graham.
"The Russians are still engaged in trying to delegitimize our electoral process. Fact," Joe Biden said. "China and others are engaged as well in activities that are designed for us to lose confidence in the outcome."
From Republican lawmakers and conservative pundits to right-leaning scholars and Fox News hosts, Trump has received a unified message: His national security adviser was wronged.
President Donald Trump accused FBI agents of being "dirty cops" for involvement in the Mueller investigation Wednesday night, telling his Phoenix, Arizona rally audience that they would "be in jail for 50 years" if they did the same thing to former President Barack Obama.
Federal prosecutors filed a sentencing memo on Monday proposing a jail term of seven to nine years for the former Trump aide.
Former Trump adviser, George Papadopoulos, tweeted Wednesday that he is considering a run for Katie Hill's Congressional seat after serving time in prison for lying to the FBI.
Attorney General William Barr reported to have opened investigation into special counsel's 2016 election review.
Asked about interference in the 2020 Presidential Election, Russian President Vladimir Putin joked that Russia would "definitely do it" during a panel at Russian Energy Week.
Scott Morrison has defended his response to Trump's request for help as an impeachment inquiry involves Australia.
The president's tweet calling the move towards his impeachment a coup is in line with his past rhetoric about the Mueller investigation and the FBI.
If you still find yourself well-versed within the findings of the Mueller investigation, you still have a chance.
White House lawyers prevented the former Trump campaign aide and former White House communications director from answering any questions related to her time working in the West Wing.
"I've had to read all of Trump's tweets. All of his staff's indictments. 127 tell-all books. And none of them told us anything we didn't already know from just looking at the guy," the comic said.
"The American people need to decide what they think about a President who poisons our political dialogue by going after people's physical characteristics."
In his first comment since Attorney General William Barr released his summary of Mueller's report on Sunday, Jared Kushner defended his previous statements and urged Congress to "move on."
"He...has a brilliant mind. We should be celebrating him," wrote one Twitter user.
Donald Trump's former fixer Michael Cohen is now suing the Trump Organization over $1.9 million in unpaid legal fees.
"We're all anxiously waiting to hear what information Cohen brings to the table that's not already out there," said Representative Val Demings, a Florida Democrat.
Conservative political commentator and author Jerome Corsi has sued Donald Trump ally Roger Stone for "defamation, intentional infliction of emotional distress and assault," claiming $25 million in damages.
"Bob Mueller doesn't feel, to me, like he is almost done. I don't think he is ending on Roger Stone, but might be," Christie said on "Fox & Friends."
The Republican senator warned William Barr, Trump's attorney general nominee, about the president's reading habits.
Earlier this week, a redaction error in a court filing revealed that Paul Manafort shared polling data with a Russian operative during the 2016 campaign.