BREAKING: AP learns that special counsel's office has interviewed Tom Barrack, one of President Trump's closest friends— AP Politics (@AP_Politics) May 5, 2018
Saturday, May 5, 2018
BREAKING: AP learns that special counsel's office has interviewed Tom Barrack, one of President Trump's closest friends
As the ‘King of Debt,’ Trump borrowed to build his empire. Then he began spending hundreds of millions in cash.
In the 9 years before he ran for president, Trump’s company spent more than $400m in cash on new properties — including 14 transactions paid for without borrowing from banks. Defied industry practices, & his own history as the self-described “King of Debt” https://t.co/eOPsQkvvGY— Catherine Rampell (@crampell) May 5, 2018
As McCain struggles with brain cancer, he expresses regret over not picking Lieberman as his running mate in 2008. Looking ahead, his people want Pence to deliver eulogy at funeral and Trump to stay away. And some eye Cindy for his seat.
As McCain struggles with brain cancer, he expresses regret over not picking Lieberman as his running mate in 2008. Looking ahead, his people want Pence to deliver eulogy at funeral and Trump to stay away. And some eye Cindy for his seat. @jmartNYT https://t.co/JzKuLjje4g— Peter Baker (@peterbakernyt) May 5, 2018
People close to John McCain have told the White House that McCain doesn’t want Trump to attend his funeral
Trump UN nominee apologizes for anti-Muslim tweets: "140 characters is not a very good way to make comments"
Qatar bought a Trump condominium to be "in his good graces" after fallout with Jared Kushner, watchdog claims
Telephone pitchers, online scammers and even family members target the most vulnerable among us. And it’s about to get worse.
"I spoke to Michael Cohen yesterday .... he said to me 'there are two people that know everything and that's Donald Trump & myself and that's eventually going to come out"
Cohen doubled his home equity line of a credit at a key time in the campaign -- just as Trump was gaining steam in the GOP primary in 2016 -- a sign he was trying to settle Trump's problems during campaign. Got access to as much as $774K.
.@jonkarl to @PressSec: "When the president and the White House show what appears to be a blatant disregard to the truth, how are the American people to trust or believe what is said here or what is said by the president?"
The Trump administration wants to deport 50,000 Hondurans NOT for security reasons, but for politics. Returning people to countries where they’re likely to get killed is inhumane. My bill with Sens. Van Hollen and Cardin would grant a path to citizenship. https://t.co/WZo3kOE1K4— Sen Dianne Feinstein (@SenFeinstein) May 4, 2018