Time to Stop Playing the Waiting Game

In the past week, Donald Trump agreed in principle to be interviewed by Special Counsel Robert Mueller. The problem, of course, is what the contents of those questions will be. When people are appointed to investigate actions of the President of the United States, the scope of the investigation tends…

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Not Getting in the Way of Trump’s ‘Eliot Ness’

There has been plenty to talk about in the world of politics in the last few weeks. U.S. Senate candidate Doug Jones (D) defeated lightning rod Republican Roy Moore in Alabama, Republicans passed a massive tax overhaul and sexual harassment allegations continue to roam the halls of Congress. Some wonder…

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The Hack Heard ‘Round The World

Editor’s note: This is the second in a two-part series about the potential Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election and what then-candidate Trump and his closest advisers knew about the situation. The first story can be found here. Once again, my planned blog post could not keep up…

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