President Trump’s former longtime attorney Michael Cohen said Wednesday that he would continue to cooperate with Congress should a committee seek further information from him as they probe President Trump’s past business dealings.
President Donald Trump refused to meet a legal mandate Friday to tell Congress whether the White House thinks Saudi Arabia’s crown prince is personally responsible for the murder of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Democrats are preparing for a major clash with the White House over getting Cabinet officials to testify before Congress, a sign of the fierce battles to come as they prepare for the most expansive probe of a sitting president in decades.
Emin Agalarov, the Russian pop star who initiated the infamous June 2016 Trump Tower meeting with members of Donald Trump’s campaign, canceled his upcoming US tour after failing to reach a deal with the special counsel’s office and Congress over the contours of his testimony.
President Donald Trump will face an intensified level of scrutiny in the new year, with Democratic House committee chairmen poised to comb through every corner of his administration, subpoena his Cabinet and investigate his personal finances, associates and business interests.