White House

  • Politics
    Russian President Vladimir Putin

    Trump, Putin Convo Leaker Could Face Criminal Charges

    “DO NOT CONGRATULATE” This was the specific warning President Trump’s national security advisors allegedly put in his notecards Tuesday before he called Russian President Vladimir Putin to congratulate him on a reelection that has been scrutinized throughout the world, according to sources who spoke to The Washington Post. But there’s only a handful…

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  • National Security
    Inspector General Michael Horowitz

    The Case For and Against a Special Counsel Investigation of DOJ and FBI

    Arguments Against a Special Counsel per DOJ: Like a federal prosecutor, a special counsel in the Department of Justice can’t bring a case before a court unless its investigators find evidence of a crime. Special counsel investigators are usually FBI.  If the special counsel agrees that there is a conflict…

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  • Politics

    Presumptive first daughters can wield great power in the White House

    September 09, 2016 09:50 PM EDT [iframe width=”100%” height=”480″ src=”https://cdnapisec.kaltura.com/p/2285551/sp/228555100/embedIframeJs/uiconf_id/39642171/partner_id/2285551?iframeembed=true&playerId=KalturaVideoPlayer-fe527ae61c3524e398346b5a9557d3ed8&entry_id=0_acmd79k3&flashvars%5BstreamerType%5D”]. You may think the president’s most powerful decision makers are his chief of staff or first lady. Think again. Many times, it’s his kids. A child has a tremendous amount of power in the White House because they can never…

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