Trump defends Barr, says there was 'absolutely' spying against his campaign
Thursday, 11 April 2019 President Trump on Thursday defended Attorney General Bill Barr’s testimony that “spying did occur” against his 2016 campaign, saying the statement was “absolutely true” and reiterating he believes the surveillance was “illegal.”
A federal judge in Chicago has refused to throw out a foreign bribery and racketeering case against a Ukrainian oligarch. According to Politico, Ukrainian businessman Dmitry Firtash has ties to former..
Men claiming allegiance to the white nationalist Proud Boys group were gathered in Orlando, Florida, as Donald Trump prepared to launch his 2020 presidential campaign there on Tuesday, June 18. Rebekah..