As impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump bound ahead, the White House has reached out to outside counsel for legal help.
In a segment published Tuesday, CNN journalist Christiane Amanpour sat down with Christopher Ruddy, CEO of Newsmax Media and a close friend of Trump’s.
Ruddy said the president was deeply worried—as he should be.
The inquiry is “a mortal threat to [Trump’s] presidency,” said Ruddy. “He certainly should treat it that way.”
The impeachment inquiry is “a mortal threat to [Trump’s] presidency,” according to @ChrisRuddyNMX, who’s a close friend of President Trump. “He certainly should treat it that way.” pic.twitter.com/8QEtZnLGjn
— Christiane Amanpour (@camanpour) October 8, 2019
Trump leveled by Dem lawmaker for purging ‘disloyal’ officials so he can surround himself with a ‘team of sycophants’
Appearing on CNN's 'New Day," with host Alisyn Camerota, Rep. Mike Quigley (D-IL) hammered President Donald Trump for ordering the purge of government employees and appointees deemed disloyal to his administration -- saying the president wants to surround himself with a collection of yes men and women.
Reacting to a report from Axios that Ginni Thomas, the wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, has compiled a list of Trump-supporting fringe characters like former Sheriff David Clarke and Fox News personality Dan Bongino for high-profile administration positions, the Democrat expressed his disgust.
MSNBC’s Morning Joe nails it: Trump’s new spy chief did same foreign work ‘that got Paul Manafort sent to jail’
MSNBC's Joe Scarborough ripped President Donald Trump's new spy chief -- who just got busted for apparently breaking the same law as Paul Manafort.
The "Morning Joe" host blasted Rick Grenell, the acting director of national intelligence, for lacking any relevant experience for the job, and now he may not even get the security clearance he needs to do the job.
"So he's doing work for a foreign politician, but he didn't register," Scarborough said. "That sounds like a crime. Haven't people been arrested for doing that? Sure as hell he knows he's not going to be able to get a security clearance."
Clarence Thomas’ wife is helping Trump purge ‘snakes’ from the White House — and replace them with Fox News regulars
The wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas is spearheading an effort to purge the White House of staffers perceived as disloyal to President Donald Trump.
Ginni Thomas, a conservative activist and wife of the Supreme Court justice, has been advising the president as he seeks to rid the government of "snakes" since his impeachment acquittal, reported Axios.