Say what you will about the agenda of mainstream media outlets, but The Washington Post is doing some remarkable reporting on the upper echelons of the federal government, this time with word that the Russia investigation has moved to include a current White House adviser as a “significant person of interest.” The senior White House adviser under scrutiny by investigators is someone close to the | Read More »
The White House was “blindsided” by the Wednesday afternoon appointment of a special counsel to investigate any potential links between the Russian government and the Trump campaign, Politico reports. And CNN’s Laura Jarrett is reporting that Attorney General Jeff Sessions was not informed about the order until after it was signed. Important timeline of events here per source: DAG’s office only informed WH counsel/Sessions AFTER | Read More »
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