INTERVIEW – JOE DIGENOVA – legal analyst and former US Attorney to the District of Columbia
- Trump accuses Dems of ‘presidential harassment’ as investigations ramp up
- Jerrold Nadler says ‘very clear’ Trump obstructed justice, sending 60 document requests Monday
- DEMS BELIEVE THEY HAVE A STRONG COLLUSION CASE: On the heels of last week’s testimony from President Trump’s former personal attorney and fixer, Michael Cohen, Democrats appear to believe they have clear evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia and were stating their case on the Sunday news show circuit … Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., on Sunday said there are “enormous amounts of evidence” linking the Trump campaign to Russia — the same day House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., said there’s “direct evidence” of collusion between the two. By the way, in his testimony last week, Cohen refuted claims of evidence of collusion between Trump and Russia. Still, more investigations may await Trump. House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler, who would oversee any impeachment proceedings against President Trump, announced that he will submit more than 60 document requests to the White House and Justice Department on Monday — a barrage that Nadler called the opening salvo in new and wide-ranging investigations.
- Pelosi’s office says House Democrats “will take all necessary steps” to get Trump’s tax returns
- Washington Post issues editor’s note over early Covington coverage
- Sandman’s lawyer Lin Wood @LLinWood Mar 2: Washington Post offers neither retraction nor apology. Failure to admit & correct its reckless & false reporting only perpetuates lies published in its original stories. Bullies always run from accountability. Post is running from truth & hiding behind legal posturing. Cowardly.