"It's great to have the support of the president of the United States."
Trump reversed an Obama-era policy known as the Presidential Policy Directive 20. Here’s what that means.
A pardon seems unlikely. This year.
Not everyone can get a security clearance.
The president has been widely criticized after he took the unprecedented step of revoking Brennan's security clearance, and threatening to pull the security clearance of others.
"None of the dossier, to Fox News's knowledge, has been disproven," Shep Smith said.
Strzok’s "personal views never once influenced his professional actions,” the fundraising campaign says.
“President Donald Trump has been violating the Constitution since the moment he took the oath of office,” the book states.
Nellie Ohr is caught in the crossfire after it was discovered that she was working for the same research company that hired the former British spy Christopher Steele, who compiled an explosive dossier on Trump's links with Russia.
This is the first time this information has been revealed publicly.
The committee sent its request days after Ecuador announced the WikiLeaks founder could soon leave its embassy in the United Kingdom.
“Let's be honest with the American people, there are irregularities in this investigation, the likes of which we have not seen,” Trump's lawyer Jay Sekulow said.
The president has repeatedly called the special counsel's investigation a "witch hunt."
Igor Rudnikov, a Russian opposition figure and journalist, lost his newspaper—and his political career—over accusations that he’s a U.S. resident.
"I did NOT know of the meeting with my son, Don Jr. Sounds to me like someone is trying to make up stories in order to get himself out of an unrelated jam," Trump tweeted.
This is not the only political prank that has been pulled in the state of Colorado.
Senator Claire McCaskill of Missouri was one of three candidates recently targeted by a notorious Russian hacking unit.
The attorney general said he had great "confidence" in his deputy.
The special counsel will consider using the items to make the case that Manafort committed tax and bank fraud.
The Kremlin will allow access to its 12 officers indicted for election meddling but it wants to launch its own probe against American diplomats and the White House has not ruled it out.
“It was important for the president to know what information we’ve uncovered because he’s got to make very important decisions for the country," Rod Rosenstein said.