Bolton Reveals Unhappiness With White House ‘Censorship’

John Bolton publically remarked about his book recently and in doing so expressed his displeasure with White House ‘censorship.’ According to The Hill: Former national security adviser John Bolton decried potential White House “censorship” of his upcoming book in a public discussion on Monday. Bolton spoke at Duke University in his first appearance since the Senate voted not

President Trump Threatens Lawsuit Over Mueller Investigation

President Trump has apparently had enough with the Presidential harassment and has even threatened possible litigation over the Mueller investigation. According to The Hill: President Trump on Tuesday suggested he may file lawsuits over the outcome of former special counsel Robert Mueller‘s investigation, saying its findings are “badly tainted.” The president in a series of tweets also made

Trump Admin Hits Russian Oil Company With Venezuelan Sanctions

The Trump administration has imposed Venezuelan sanctions on a Russian oil company that worked closely with the company. According to The Hill: The Trump administration Tuesday announced sanctions on a subsidiary of Russian oil giant Rosneft for trading Venezuelan oil and gas. Senior administration officials warned the sanctions against Rosneft Trading SA and its vice

Democrats Concerned With Trump’s Growing Strength

A new report indicates that Democrats are worried about the growing strength of President Trump. According to The Hill: Senate Democrats are privately acknowledging that President Trump will be very tough to beat in November if the economy stays strong and he draws on the substantial advantages of running as an incumbent. Publicly, Democratic lawmakers are putting

Trump’s Pick for Federal Reserve Drawing Bipartisan Backlash

President Trump’s pick for a seat on the Federal Reserve Board is drawing criticism from both sides of the aisle. The bipartisan criticism is rare. According to The Hill: Senators in both parties voiced deep concerns Thursday about one of President Trump’s picks to serve on the Federal Reserve Board, raising doubts about the nominee’s ability to

Pompeo Will Testify on Iran This Month

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will testify about the situation with Iran this month. According to The Hill: Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is expected to testify before the House Foreign Affairs Committee on U.S. policy in Iran before the end of the month, the chairman of the committee told The Hill. Rep. Eliot Engel (D-N.Y.), the chairman of

President Trump Looking to Africa to Target Iran

President Trump is taking a non-traditional approach to counter Iran by looking to Africa, according to reports. According to The Hill: The Trump administration is turning toward Africa in an effort to bolster its alliance against Iran. The U.S. is looking to Sudan and Morocco as key partners in the effort to counter Tehran, part

States are Suing Trump’s Administration at Record Pace

Many presidents face opposition from states during their time in office but the Trump administration is being sued by states at a record pace. According to The Hill: State attorneys general have filed an unprecedented number of lawsuits against the Trump administration, as Democratic-led states exercise new levers of power to block some of President Trump’s

Cuomo to Offer Trump a Deal for Access to Global Entry

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is willing to deal with President Trump after his administration denied the state of New York access to the Global Entry program because the state gives drivers licenses to illegal immigrants. According to The Hill: New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) will meet with President Trump on Thursday and reportedly offer federal

GOP Senators Move Forward With Biden Investigation

Two GOP senators are charging ahead with their investigation into the Bidens and their connections with Ukraine and China. According to The Hill: A pair of influential GOP Senate chairmen are plowing ahead with a wide-ranging probe related to the Bidens and Ukraine, sparking a new round of tensions.. With the months-long impeachment fight in