Tweeting toward oblivion - Rutland Herald

Donald Trump faces a stark choice. He can tweet, or he can govern. He can indulge his persecution complex, firing off missives that compare Barack Obama to Joseph McCarthy and U.S. intelligence officers to Nazis, or he can recognize it as a gateway to ...

FBI has information suggesting Trump aides 'coordinated with Russia to damage Clinton campaign' - The Independent

The FBI has reportedly obtained information suggesting that aides of President Donald Trump communicated with suspected Russian operatives to coordinate the release of information to damage Hillary Clinton's campaign. US officials told CNN that the ...

What we know about evidence of coordination between Russia and the Trump campaign - Vox

Wednesday night, CNN dropped what seemed like a bombshell of a story: “The FBI has information that indicates associates of President Donald Trump communicated with suspected Russian operatives to possibly coordinate the release of information ...

House Intelligence Committee member on the Russia-Trump investigation: 'There is more than circumstantial evidence ... - Business Insider

The months-long investigation into potential ties between associates of President Donald Trump and Russia has taken several pivotal turns just this week. The ongoing, multi-pronged inquiry was confirmed by FBI Director James Comey during a ...

Dem operative super-excited by CNN's report on inconclusive info suggesting possibility of Russian collusion - Twitchy

We've been here a few times before, so here's a set of tweets from earlier in the day that some people really ought to print out and tape right over the keys on their keyboards. You know that thing that you're really worked up about and has your hopes ...

CNN: FBI has suspicious information on Trump associates - New Zealand Herald

The information indicates associates of President Donald Trump communicated with suspected Russian operatives, US officials told CNN. Those communications were to "possibly coordinate the release of information damaging to Hillary Clinton's campaign".