Did Comey Commit a Federal Crime When He Leaked Notes of Trump Meeting to the Media? Legal Expert Says Yes

Jay Sekulow, chief counsel for the American Center for Law and Justice, says that in his legal opinion, former FBI Director James Comey committed a federal crime when he leaked notes — to a friend to give to the New York Times — of his conversations with President Donald Trump. The ACLJ focuses on constitutional more



President Donald Trump on Monday morning accused Democrats of obstructionism for “taking forever to approve my people, including Ambassadors.” The one problem with Trump’s tweet? After taking the unusual step of ordering politically appointed ambassadors to leave their overseas posts by Inauguration Day ― Jan. 20 ― he has sent only a handful of ambassadorial nominations more

Democrats outraged by Trump ban on info requests

By John Bresnahan of Politico Hill Democrats are outraged by a new Trump administration policy to ignore information requests from members and senators unless they come from committee or subcommittee chairs. They argue it’s part of a broader pattern by the White House, designed to make the executive branch less responsive to Congress. And they more