“If we had had confidence that the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so.”
Prosecutors issued a subpoena to the National Enquirer’s publisher for records pertaining to a $150,000 payment made to Karen McDougal, a former Playboy model who has said she had an affair with Donald Trump.
AT&T confirmed it paid Cohen’s company Essential Consultants $200,000 for “insights into understanding the new administration” beginning in early 2017, when Trump was inaugurated.
Revelations of potentially illegal influence peddling exposed.
Former Trump campaign manager asks federal court in Washington to set aside charges as criminal trial approaches.
Bigger than Watergate? Or a transparent sham? Whatever else it may be, the story of Donald Trump and Russia comes down to this: a sitting president or his campaign is suspected of having coordinated with a foreign country behind the scenes of the election that put him in office.