In May 2017, we laid out seven theories that might account for the facts of the Russia Connection. While the spectrum of possibility remains vast, the more innocent explanations have clearly been ruled out.
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Document: New York Attorney General Sues Trump Foundation for Campaign Coordination and Self-Dealing
On Thursday, New York Attorney General Barbara Underwood sued the Trump Foundation and its board of directors in state court for “extensive unlawful political coordination with the Trump presidential campaign, repeated and willful self-dealing transactions to benefit Mr.
The next president will have to manage the fallout from this administration’s chaos.
The Constitution gives Trump the power to make the Russia probe go away. It does not give him the power to do so without consequence.