The anti-Trump impeachment hearings revealed how State Department diplomats unapologetically and brazenly substitute their own opinions and judgements for that of the president's.
The crucial independent audience is said to be seriously souring on the idea of impeaching Trump.
The impeachment hearings revealed one obvious fact: federal diplomats and bureaucrats think they--not the president- run the show.
According to our latest unscientific poll here at SharylAttkisson.com, the impeachment hearings resulted in many people saying they "support Trump more."
The following is a news analysis. There has been an understandable (and predictable) effort by President Trump's opponents within the State Department and beyond to controversialize his foreign policy practices. Among the supposed controversies is Trump's use of his personal adviser and attorney Rudy Giuliani, Energy Secretary Rick Perry, Special Envoy Kurt Volker, U.S. Ambassador […]
Today, Nov. 15, the White House released the transcript from the first call President Trump had with the newly-elected president of Ukraine. (Read the second call by clicking the link here.)
President Trump has insisted his July 25, 2019 phone call with Ukraine's president was "perfect." His critics argue it's evidence of a criminal quid pro quo, extortion and bribery. Read the transcript as released by the White House below. Note: Per procedures described by White House officials, the "transcript" is not necessarily a direct verbatim […]
The following is a new analysis There are plenty of post mortems on day one of the impeachment hearings against President Trump. There's a summary in The Huffington Post, this left-sided take is from Rolling Stone, and here's a view from the right-side in The Washington Examiner. Instead of reinventing the wheel, I'll highlight a […]