House Democrats could anger voters if Trump’s not impeached

The Wisest Remedy Is Not Impeachment, if the Democrats move ahead, it will backfire//Crimson Tazvinzwa

Special Counsel Robert Mueller in a rare, a first public appearance and statement late last week emphasized and underlined that there is strong evidence that Trump obstructed justice, and that only Congress can constitutionally decide what to do about that evidence.

Over to you, Nancy Pelosi.


Trump tax returns from 1985 to 1994 show $1 billion in losses, according to NY Times

New Donald Trump Tax controversy//Crimson Tazvinzwa

Donald Trump’s businesses lost a total of more than $1 billion from 1985 to 1994, according to the New York Times, which said it obtained printouts from Trump’s official Internal Revenue Service tax transcripts.

The newspaper said Mr Trump posted losses in excess of $250 million in both 1990 and 1991, which appeared to be more than double any other individual US taxpayer in an annual IRS sampling of high-income earners.

Pelosi slams Trump plan to declare emergency

President Donald Trump lost miserably on the wall negotiations with Democrats — and got an even a worse deal than the $25 billion he once asked for — the deal he sabotaged as well

As President Donald Trump prepares to sign a new government funding deal that ends the ongoing negotiations about border security spending, Democrats have mostly kept their heads down. They want him to sign the deal, so they’re not gloating about it.

But the facts are clear: Not only did they win in any reasonable sense of the word, it looks like they totally outplayed Trump on his signature issue.

Most headlines about the deal have focused on the funding for border fencing. Trump had asked for $5.7 billion for barriers, and he’s getting $1.375 billion. Democrats had offered $0, so this looks at first glance like a compromise that somewhat favors the Democrats while still involving a significant concession on their part.

PRESIDENT Trump signs bill to compensate government workers for wages lost during shutdown

The White House says President Donald Trump has signed a bill that will require some 800,000 federal employees to be compensated for wages lost or work performed during the partial government shutdown.

Wednesday’s bill signing was closed to the media. The House and Senate had voted to give the workers back pay whenever the federal government reopens.