Not all of the material in the dossier has been proven. But none has been disproven. As a raw intelligence document, the Steele dossier holds up well.
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The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York has alleged conduct by Donald Trump that, if true, could justify impeachment.
The Department of Justice submitted an unusual court filing in litigation over the release of the Carter Page FISA, arguing that the president's statements on Twitter concerning the Page FISA should not be assumed to be accurate or based on the president's personal knowledge of the underlying issue. The document, which was filed on Nov. 30 and first flagged by USA Today reporter Brad Heath, is available here and below.
There's a good case that it is.
What the criminal information tells us, and the big questions it leaves unanswered.
The Associate Press reports that on Thursday morning, former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen pleaded guilty in the Southern District of New York to making false statements to Congress related to his involvement in real estate deals in Russia on behalf of Donald Trump. At the hearing, Cohen's lawyer told the judge that his client was entering a plea agreement with Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
A challenge filed by three Democratic senators sends an important message to the Trump administration, even if it is likely to face its own legal challenges.
The disclosure of the CIA's conclusion about the Saudi involvment in the Khashoggi killing is big news. It's also another terrible example of norm destruction.
Those who style themselves as remaining in the Trump administration in order to subvert the president’s excesses risk subverting the rule of law.
President Trump’s latest broad assertion of his own power to disregard constitutional law will be an important test for the new or acting White House counsel.