Putin says his country is impervious to threats from the West. But new U.S. sanctions aim to upend that claim. Washington's new mood: "Punish Russia as hard as possible."
"Given how late in the game Mueller was prepared to bargain, more people will almost certainly be charged based on Manafort info," Preet Bharara tweeted on Friday.
"The guy's a f***ing killer. This guy's a f***ing killer!," President Donald Trump said of Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi, according to Bob Woodward's book.
"I'm not going to sit there and let him look like an idiot."
"The only person the president can blame for that is himself."
Nellie Ohr is the third partner of a U.S. government civil servant to find herself targeted in the ongoing effort to root out "deep state" anti-Trump civil servants in federal law enforcement agencies.
"It appears that they're closing in on the basic financial structure of the Trump Organization."
"Always keeping in mind that Mueller knows so much more than he has shown."
Hannity, who regularly speaks to President Donald Trump, said Mueller's investigation was "rocking our system of justice to its very core."
Author Craig Unger spoke with Newsweek about the allegations in his new book, "House of Trump, House of Putin: The Untold Story of Donald Trump and the Russian Mafia."
"Did the president send messages to people of threats, or rewards, via his tweets?" Napolitano asked.
The special counsel will consider using the items to make the case that Manafort committed tax and bank fraud.
"Special counsels are an entirely different creature," one law expert said in response to Kavanaugh's desire to get rid of independent counsels.
Lawmakers said they "asked for a review of the system to ensure there have been no breaches."
In July 2016, then-candidate Donald Trump called on Russian operatives to hack his opponent Hillary Clinton's emails—the latest indictment from the Russian investigation shows they did.
Manafort served as Donald Trump's 2016 campaign as a chairman and chief strategist. Despite this, the Trump administration has distanced themselves from him.
Giuliani warned that Sessions and Rosenstein had one last chance on Friday to "redeem themselves."
Since joining Trump's legal team in April, Giuliani has distinguished himself from the president's other attorneys with his frequent promotion of unfounded claims.
"I'm not going down the road of saying this is some kind of exercise to frame the president," Graham said.
"He's going to have to bring his toothbrush to court on Friday," a former U.S. attorney said Tuesday.
The president is capable of obstructing justice, scholars say, despite the claims of the commander in chief's personal lawyers.