Note-taking in the White House, a practice previous administrations shied away from to protect the president, has become a way for Trump aides to protect themselves from the president.
Rudolph W. Giuliani, President Trump’s personal lawyer, defended the Trump campaign’s behavior as fallout from the Mueller report played out on national television.
A redacted version of the Mueller report was published. Here is what you need to know about it, President Trump’s response and what Congress might do next.
As Mr. Trump’s longtime fixer, Mr. Cohen had an intimate view of his boss’s personal and professional lives. The collapse of their relationship has cast a shadow on the presidency.
A vengeful President Trump and his writhing nest of liars slither past the Mueller report — for the moment.
It mostly tells us more about what we already know to be true.
Much of what’s in the report was already known, but our book critic says it still has “the power to shock and appall.”
Witnesses whose accounts contributed to the Mueller report’s damaging portrait of the president are said to be concerned about his potential retaliation.
The Mueller report shows how Russia’s efforts to connect with the Trump team spun into high gear after the election as the Kremlin dispatched oligarchs and bankers to find inroads.
The special counsel has been absent in public and silent about the case, insulating his office from accusations of leaks but allowing the president and his allies to shape expectations.
President Trump has claimed that he has “one of the world’s greatest memories,” but that failed him repeatedly when answering questions from Robert Mueller.
President Trump’s personal lawyer said statements about Mr. Trump from the president’s former White House counsel were inaccurate.
In an era of deep polarization, Mr. Mueller’s 448-page report quickly became yet another case study in the disparate realities of American politics.
A perceived victory for Russian interference poses a serious risk for the United States.
The Mueller report showed that Justice Department leaders were more deeply under siege than previously known.
A scrupulous report saved an unscrupulous president.
The special counsel revealed that some claims in the dossier appeared to be false while others were impossible to prove. Republicans have vowed to investigate.
They were able to define “collusion” to benefit themselves. Don’t let them twist meanings again with their “spying” investigation.
People of all political persuasions shared one feeling: disgust with the country’s leaders and a sense that important issues, such as health care, continued to be ignored.
Mueller laid out the evidence for members of Congress to take action against President Trump. Will they?