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Elizabeth Warren Calls Trump 'Corruption in the Flesh'

The piece details how countries like Saudi Arabia "funnel money" into Trump's pockets by spending at his hotels, how tax breaks of $1.5 trillion helped large corporations and how "our nation's ambassadors are a 'who's who' of Trump's biggest donors and Mar-a-Lago members."

Warren's pie...

James Comey Quotes George Washington in Swipe at Trump

The next paragraph of Washington's address which Comey did not quote, continued on the theme, stating: "The great rule of conduct for us, in regard to foreign nations, is, in extending our commercial relations, to have with them as little political connection as possible."

“Against t...

Some Legal Experts Say Trump Has Violated U.S. Constitution

"Every American should be incredibly troubled by this jaw-dropping news," Deepak Gupta, who represents litigants in two of the ongoing emoluments lawsuits, told Newsweek in a written statement. "The Framers of the Constitution were very concerned about the danger that foreign powers could corr...

Nadler slams Trump over 9/11 comments, accuses president of stealing $150,000 intended for small business owners

Representative Jerrold Nadler slammed President Donald Trump’s recent criticism of Representative Ilhan Omar over comments she made regarding the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, arguing that the president's own past actions leave him with “no moral authority” to criticize anyone’s respon...

William Barr is abetting "most authoritarian President" Trump in "cover-up,' says Watergate journalist Carl Bernstein

Veteran journalist and author Carl Bernstein — part of the reporting team responsible for cracking the Watergate scandal — accused Attorney General William Barr on Sunday of abetting President Donald Trump in a “cover-up,” arguing that Trump is probably “the most authoritarian president” in th...