Russian government officials were overheard talking about potentially “derogatory” information about Donald Trump in conversations intercepted by U.S. intelligence agents during the presidential election campaign, according to a new report.
With all eyes on President Donald Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner amid allegations that he attempted to establish an unorthodox back-channel with Russians during the presidential transition, a Wall Street Journal report reveals just how many eggs Kushner has in his basket.
New Jersey Democratic Sen. Cory Booker — a potential 2020 White House contender and recipient of major campaign contributions from Jared Kushner and others in the Kushner family — declined to endorse his party’s call for the White House to revoke the security clearance of the president’s son-in-law.
"The real goal of these militias, which have since been renamed Civilian Preparedness Teams, is to prey upon the fears and concerns of local communities and revitalize the American militia movement, all under the guise of neighborhood watch and self-sufficiency.”
“Whether he keeps his gig for many years or is circling the drain at Fox depends on his behavior.” If he loosens his grip on unsubstantiated conspiracy theories, explained one, “he'll probably be fine.”