Republican investigators expect that the House Intelligence Committee will be presented a “smoking gun” showing that President Barack Obama’s administration surveilled the Trump transition team, according to Fox News on Thursday.
The Obama administration worked in its final weeks in office to undermine the incoming Trump White and continues to do so, according to multiple sources both in and out of the White House.
Former President Obama’s national security adviser, who misled the public on what initiated the 2012 Benghazi attack, argued Tuesday that President Trump’s “twisting of the truth” makes the United States less safe.
The Secret Service has permanently removed an agent who said in Facebook comments that she would refuse to “take a bullet” for President Donald Trump and rather face “jail time.”
The Environmental Protection Agency received hundreds of cookies last week from concerned citizens fearing the Trump administration would slash its funding as part of the president’s budget proposal.
A tweet posted by a reporter from the New York Times refuted claims that White House press secretary Sean Spicer and National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster issued an apology earlier on Friday to the United Kingdom.