“Manafort on Friday struck a deal to cooperate with the Mueller investigation,” Mr. Meyers said. “And then Trump struck a door, two walls and Eric.”
The president’s lawyers are struggling to understand where the investigations surrounding him are going, and the extent of his legal exposure.
The request signals that Mr. Flynn’s cooperation with prosecutors for the special counsel has been exhausted.
In the midterm elections, the resistance will finally have a chance to push back against Trump.
To evade taxes, many shell companies are headed by “nominee directors” who can be homeless people or even victims of identity theft.
The demand for justice once again outweighs the president’s demand for loyalty.
The analysts are seeking to draw attention to the option of sending a grand jury report to Congress, which they called “a key precedent.”
The negotiations over a plea deal relate to a separate set of seven charges including conspiracy, obstruction of justice and money laundering.
Justice Department lawyers have said a sitting president cannot be indicted. It’s time to test that proposition by bringing an indictment that can be reviewed by the Supreme Court.
Attacked by Fox News pundits, Rudolph Giuliani and a presidential Twitter account, the special counsel sticks to a stoic approach.
How Bruce Ohr, President Trump’s latest Twitter target, fits a suspicious pattern of behavior on Russia.
In an interview, the former campaign adviser said he lied to the F.B.I. to distance himself and the Trump team from “what was probably an illegal action.”
They’re not restraining Trump. They’re making him more powerful.
Mr. Corsi, a conservative commentator and conspiracy theorist, expects to answer questions about his connections to the former Trump adviser Roger J. Stone Jr.
The longtime Washington Post reporter describes a West Wing full of nervous and stunned advisers who developed schemes to work around President Trump.
The tone of a letter from the special counsel’s office led some Trump allies to conclude that if the president is interviewed, the subject matter will be more limited than they had feared.
The president abuses his office and views the Justice Department as a tool to punish his political enemies and give his allies a free pass.
William Burck is deciding which documents about Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh can be released, as he also represents current and former White House officials in the special counsel inquiry.
The president’s tweet surprised Mr. McGahn, a key witness to the question of whether the president obstructed the Russia inquiry, and effectively forced his exit.
Rudolph Giuliani, President Trump’s lawyer, offered the first detailed look at his strategy for representing the president, in blunt and divisively political terms.