In a surprising admission, the author if the controversial dossier used to secure the secret surveillance on Trump officials admitted that it was paid for by Clinton campaign as a type of insurance to challenge the election. At the same time, the reporter who helped break the story, Michael Isikoff now says that many of the specific allegations remain unproven and are likely false.
One day after former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn’s legal team made the bombshell allegations that the FBI had pushed him not to bring a lawyer to his fateful 2017 interview with agents at the White House, the federal judge overseeing Flynn’s criminal case late Wednesday ordered Special Counsel Robert Mueller to turn over all of its highly secret documents related to the questioning.
Finally some good news for the president on the legal front. Stephanie Clifford, the porn star better known as Stormy Daniels, was ordered to pay $293,000 in attorney fees and sanctions to Donald Trump, also known as David Dennison, after she unsuccessfully sued the president for defamation.
Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images LAW AND ORDER Has Mueller Subpoenaed the President? A careful reading of court filings suggests the special counsel hasn’t been quiet. Far from it. By NELSON W. CUNNINGHAM October 31, 2018 These months before the midterm elections are tough ones for all of us Mueller-watchers.
I hope that Avenatti has to pay the legal fees himself. He is a bigger self-promoter than Trump and that’s saying something.
The Judge has dismissed porn actress and stripper Stephanie Clifford’s lawsuit against President Trump, according to one of Trump’s attorneys. The judge says that Trump is entitled to legal fees from Daniels, which Trump’s legal team says will be determined at a later date.
President Donald Trump planned to borrow heavily to finance his long-awaited infrastructure plan. “Donald Trump wants to rebuild America’s infrastructure the same way he built his buildings: debt, debt and more debt,” Jonathan Swan writes at Axios .
Late Wednesday evening North Korea announced it would pursue denuclearization by the end of President Trump’s first term, or by early 2021 . The announcement came via South Korean President Moon Jae-in and his national security advisor Chung Eui-yong, who met with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un the day prior.