Earlier this week, I wrote in Fox News Opinion how State Department careerists – part of the so-called Washington “swamp” that President Trump ran against in his campaign.
Tuesday, the Trump administration certified to Congress that Iran is in compliance with the agreement and will continue to receive sanction relief. Make no mistake: this is a huge win for the Obama administration and the permanent foreign policy bureau…
Former National Security Adviser Susan Rice broke her silence over this week’s stunning reports Tuesday after charges that she requested the names of Trump campaign and transition officials be “demasked” from National Security Agency (NSA) intercepts.
Congressional Democrats (and their media allies) hope that FBI Director James Comey, in his public testimony to the House Intelligence Committee on March 20, will deliver a body blow to the Trump presidency…
Last week, Edward Price, a former CIA analyst, became a media darling after the Washington Post published Price’s op-ed announced his resignation from the CIA because he was unable to serve the Trump administration in good faith.
I suspect the entire purpose of the Friday report and its timing was to provide President Obama with a supposedly objective intelligence report on Russian interference in the 2016 election that the president could release before he left office to undermine the legitimacy of Trump’s election.
Iran’s state-controlled media announced on August 29 that Iran has deployed an advanced Russian surface-to-air missile defense system, the S-300, to protect its underground Fordow uranium enrichment facility from airstrikes.
Expect the Obama administration to take more victory laps this week by claiming Iran has complied with the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), the nuclear deal that reaches its first anniversary on July 14.
On January 12, 2016, the day of President Obama’s final State of the Union Address, Iran captured 10 American sailors when their boats wandered into Iranian waters in the Persian Gulf.
President Obama faces contentious meetings with European and Gulf state leaders during his trip this week to Europe and Saudi Arabia.