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The Note: Trump crossing lines puts pressure on GOP
The TAKE with Rick Klein Why settle for busting brackets when you can blow up norms, traditions and bedrock principles? President Donald Trump spent his weekend crossing bright lines that once separated political involvement and matters concerning the justice system. Far from avoiding criticism of
'This Week' Transcript 3-18-18: Rep. Adam Schiff, Sen. James Lankford, Gary Kasparov and Mayor Mitch Landrieu
This is a rush transcript and will be updated. STEPHANOPOULOS: Let's get more on this now from the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee Congressman Adam Schiff. Congressman, thank you for joining us this morning. As we've been talking here this morning, the president has continued his
Top House Intel Democrat: Even if McCabe firing 'justified, it can also be tainted'
Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee, is interviewed on "This Week."
Trump-linked data analysis firm taps 50M Facebook profiles
Data analysis firm employed by President Donald Trump's 2016 campaign tapped the Facebook profiles of more than 50 million users without their permission, newspapers reported Saturday.
Roger Stone: Allegations I met with Assange in 2016 'provably false'
President Donald Trump's longtime friend and former political adviser Roger Stone said reports that he met with WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange during the U.S. presidential election in 2016 are untrue. "Allegations that I met with Julian Assange in London in 2016, allegation[s] apparently
GOP congressman: 'Nothing sinister' about recurring role in Russia probe
Republican Rep. Dana Rohrabacher of California has seen his name resurface repeatedly in association with the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Now he’s fighting back. “There is simply nothing sinister, and everything about America’s best interests, arising
Roger Stone: 'I didn't ask Sam Nunberg to protect me, I don’t think I require any protection'
President Donald Trump's longtime friend, and political adviser Roger Stone , said he has not been contacted by special counsel Robert Mueller 's team. When asked if he had turned over documents to the special counsel, Stone told NBC News' Chuck Todd Tuesday, "I have not been asked to do so. I have
Top Democrat has questions for encrypted messaging applications in House Russia probe
The top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee is seeking subpoenas to crack into encrypted messaging technology used by Trump associates during the 2016 campaign, the latest example of the obstacles imposed by emerging technology in the ongoing investigations in Russian election meddling.
5 things that could disrupt the global status quo in 2018
Coverage of global affairs in 2017 focused on the big flashpoints -- North Korea, the fight against ISIS and the aftershocks of Russia’s election meddling. But along with the familiar narratives there were a few plot twists –- from deadly drones to advances in artificial intelligence to new
The Note: How will the GOP reckon with the rise of 'Bannonism'?
The TAKE with Rick Klein Roy Moore may yet save a precious Senate seat for a Republican Party that’s back on his bandwagon. While he’s at it, he might be salvaging another political career: Steve Bannon ’s . Bannon’s appearance with Moore Tuesday in Alabama is a reminder that he was with him from