Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke said Saturday that he's resigning from his post in the Trump administration because of the cost of fighting off "false allegations." read more
Fox News sr. legal analyst and frequent defender of Trump, Judge Andrew Napolitano, acknowledged on air that evidence presented by Federal prosecutors demonstrate that Donald Trump has committed a felony. Judge Nap called the prosecution's memo's "damning and novel". He also said that despite Trump's claim that his name has been cleared that "no rational person could construe this as an exoneration unless they are escaping reality."
American Media Inc, the parent company of the National Enquirer, has reached an agreement with SDNY prosecutors to fully cooperate with the investigation into hush money payments to silence women who claimed to have an affair with Donald Trump in exchange for immunity from prosecution.
The Government claimed in a court filing that Paul Manafort lied to prosecutors on at least 5 occasions after striking a plea deal. Two of the lies involve communications with a Russian Intelligence agent, Konstantin Kilimnik, who is already under indictment for witness tampering and obstruction of justice. They also accuse Manafort of making false statements about contacts that he has had with the White House this year. Prosecutors claim that they have electronic communications and travel logs that prove that Manafort lied.
Federal prosecutors from the Southern District of New York have recommended a "substantial term of imprisonment" for Michael Cohen. In the court filing, prosecutors ask for near the maximum sentence between 51 and 63 months for Cohen's crimes for his eight felony charges 6 for personal finance violations and 2 for campaign finance violations. SDNY Prosecutors acknowledge that Cohen has been helpful to the Mueller investigation but claim his actions were motivated by personal greed and ambition.