Tag Archives: Trump’s Crimes


Four National Security Aides Raised Alarms About Trump’s Call with Zelensky


Washington Post: “At least four national security officials were so alarmed by the Trump administration’s attempts to pressure Ukraine for political purposes that they raised concerns with a White House lawyer both before and immediately after President Trump’s July 25 call with that country’s president.”


Trump Facing 15 Investigations


“President Trump is facing a hurdle no other president has — an unprecedented onslaught of investigations into almost every recent organization he has led,” Politico reports. “In total, Trump faces at least 15 criminal or civil inquiries by nine federal, state and city agencies into his business, his charity, his campaign, his inaugural committee and his personal finances.”


Most Think a Sitting President Should Be Indictable


A new Quinnipiac poll finds Americans think that a sitting president should be subject to criminal charges by a 69% to 24% margin. The poll finds a majority think President Trump committed crimes before he took office, 57% to 29%, but are divided 45% to 45% on whether he committed crimes while he has been in office.


Hundreds of Prosecutors Say Trump Is Guilty


“More than 370 former federal prosecutors who worked in Republican and Democratic administrations have signed on to a statement asserting special counsel Robert Mueller III’s findings would have produced obstruction charges against President Trump — if not for the office he held,” the Washington Post reports.


Stone Says He Won’t Roll on Trump

“I will never roll on Donald Trump. John Dean I am not.”

— Roger Stone, quoted by New York magazine, appearing on the Alex Jones radio show to raise money for his legal defense.


Ukraine Paid Cohen for Access to Trump


Michael Cohen “received a secret payment of at least $400,000 to fix talks between the Ukrainian president and President Trump,” sources in Kiev close tell the BBC. “The payment was arranged by intermediaries acting for Ukraine’s leader, Petro Poroshenko, the sources said, though Cohen was not registered as a representative of Ukraine as required by US law.”


Most Think Trump Attempted to Obstruct Justice


A new Public Policy Polling survey finds 49% of voters think President Trump obstructed justice, to just 41% who don’t think he did. Also interesting: Only 37% of voters say they think Trump is honest, as compared to 56% who say he’s not. And for the second month in a row a plurality support for impeachment: 47% are in support compared to 43% who are opposed.