Donald Trump is plotting to exact revenge on perceived enemies if he wins a second term, and he’d use the Justice Department to carry out politically ordered prosecutions, the former president has told advisers and friends.
A new survey by Politico/Ipsos suggests many Americans – most notably Independents – believe the former president is guilty, despite his repeated argument that he’s the target of “a witch hunt.
For the fourth time in five months, President Trump has been indicted on felony charges, this time by a grand jury in Georgia.
Georgia prosecutors who are investigating former President Trump’s attempts to stay in power have evidence connecting his legal team to a voting systems breach in Coffee County in early January 2021.
FBI Director Christopher Wray could be without a job if a Republican becomes the next president.
Former President Trump pledged Saturday to stay in the 2024 presidential race even if he is indicted by the Justice Department.
Two former FBI agents accused the bureau of increased politicization during the first hearing Thursday of a U.S. House subcommittee examining the so-called weaponization of the federal government.
As migrants flood the border, the wives of three Border Patrol agents are running for Congress to give voice to their husbands’ struggles.