President Donald Trump’s former lawyer Michael Cohen told lawmakers behind closed doors that Jay Sekulow, one of the president’s attorneys, encouraged him to give untrue information to lawmakers about the Trump Tower project in Moscow, according to transcripts released Monday. Continue reading Former Trump Lawyer Michael Cohen Says The President’s Attorney Jay Sekulow Told Him To Give False Info To Congress
Why is Trump so DESPERATE to HIDE his money dealing eh? What’s WRONG with them?
The panelist said it right, Sally Yates made very private, secret trips over to the WH to tell them, “Don’t let Flynn do anything, We’re warning you in advance, cut him out of everything, don’t let him have any secure info, he’s under investigation.” She told them that after Obama flat warned the Pig (aka, Trump) on two things and two things only, N.Korea and General Flynn. Continue reading Trump “… is a Money Launderer” Erin Burnett EXPOSES EVIDENCE Showing the President’s Tax Dodge
Putin on ice: Russian president takes a spill
Russian President Vladimir Putin took a spill on Friday as he waved to fans at an exhibition hockey game in Sochi which featured several former NHL players.
The 66-year-old was waving to fans as he circled the rink at the Bolshoi Arena in the Black Sea resort of Sochi when he inadvertently raced toward the edge of a red carpet that had been placed on the ice. Two of Putin’s teammates on the “Legends” tried to catch him but the Russian leader fell before they could reach him.
The fall inspired a frenzy of posts on social media mocking Putin and his authoritarian rule, and jokingly suggesting that someone would pay dearly for his or her role in the mishap. Putin, by the way, quickly picked himself up after the fall and continued waving to the seemingly adoring fans. Continue reading Vladimir Putin scores at least eight goals in hockey exhibition, then falls on face
The United States’ regional hegemony in world is under threat like never before. For the first time in decades, both allies and rivals are openly questioning America’s staying power in this lately dynamic world. Continue reading What impact has President Trump’s ‘America First’ policy had on US global influence? Is Donald Trump America’s number 1 emergency?
U.S. President Donald Trump and Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin have addressed a wide range of topics in a telephone conversation on May 3 — their first contact since the G20 summit in Argentina last year.
The topics included nuclear arms control, Venezuela, Ukraine, North Korea, and Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report on his investigation of Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign.
Trump, speaking to reporters as he met in the Oval Office with Slovak Prime Minister Peter Pellegrini, said, “We’re talking about a nuclear agreement where we make less and they make less and maybe where we get rid of some of the tremendous firepower that we have right now.”
Trump said China during trade talks had “felt very strongly” about joining the United States and Russia in limiting nuclear arms. Continue reading Trump and Putin discussed the Nuclear Accord, Venezuela and The Mueller Report, The President who did not talk to Mueller about Putin talks to Putin about Mueller