Day 289 since the deadliest mass shooting on U.S soil in Las Vegas that killed 58, injured 546 and Congress has taken NO action to prevent future mass shootings. #NeverForget
Rep. Adam Schiff made a motion at a House Intel hearing to subpoena the interpreter who accompanied Trump to his private meeting with Putin.
Republicans shot down the attempt. What is there to hide?
Donald Trump meets with Vladimir Putin. A few days later, Russian announces a new round of nuclear weapons tests.
What message is being sent, here?
Putin told Russian diplomats that he made a proposal to Trump to hold a referendum on Crimea; Putin said he agreed not to disclose the plan publicly so Trump could consider it, sources tell Bloomberg.
A top commander of U.S. military operations in Syria said he has gotten "no new guidance" about the Trump-Putin summit in the days since.
Typically, the W.H. would brief national-security officials after such a meeting or provide a written memo. wsj.com/articles/senio…
Chuck Schumer: "Until we know what happened at that two hour meeting in Helsinki, the president should have no more one-on-one interactions with Putin.
In the United States, in Russia, or anywhere else."
So the White House sent out a statement that Trump does not agree with Putin's proposal to question Americans, but Trump still has not said anything on the matter.
Trump didn't tweet about it and didn't mention it at his on camera event.
WASHINGTON (AP) -- In rebuke to Trump over Putin summit, Senate goes on record against allowing Russia to question US officials.
The final vote for the resolution: 98-0.
Rosenstein warns Russian interference in 2016 election is “just one tree in a growing forest”
Steny Hoyer, on motion to recommit to spending bill for more election security funds: "Surely we can rise above pandering to party and Putin to act on behalf of our freedom and our security."
Dems start chanting "USA! USA!" on House floor.
Microsoft detected and helped block hacking attempts against three congressional candidates this year, a company executive said, marking the first known example of cyber interference in the midterm elections. politico.com/story/2018/07/…
Three of the top cybersecurity officials at the FBI are retiring from government service, people familiar with the matter tell WSJ—departures that come as cyberattacks are a major concern for the country’s security agencies.
@mitchellreports: The W.H. has announced on Twitter that Vladimir Putin is coming to the W.H. in the fall.
COATS: Say that again?
MITCHELL: Vladimir Putin, coming to the—
COATS: Did I hear you?
MITCHELL: Yeah, yeah.
National Intelligence Director Coats tells Andrea @mitchellreports that he was not told in advance of Trump’s Oval Office meeting with top Russian officials Lavrov and Kisylak last year.
Sources close to Trump tell Axios that they're already speculating about whether Trump ends up firing DNI Dan Coats. Per a source with knowledge, Trump has never had much affection for Coats. axios.com/dan-coats-andr…
Two California Democrats said they'll bring back legislation that would require presidential candidates to release their tax returns before they could appear on the ballot in the state. apnews.com/1729958c77b64c…
Robert Mueller, in a filing late Wednesday, listed 436 exhibits that his prosecutors may present at Paul Manafort's trial as they seek to prove that he financed his lavish lifestyle through bank fraud and tax crimes. bloomberg.com/news/articles/…
The federal government billed taxpayers nearly $70,000 in expenses at the Trump hotel in Turnberry, Scotland, during Trump's visit last weekend, federal spending records show. abcn.ws/2LbSR0c
Devin Nunes used political donations to pay for nearly $15,000 in tickets to Boston Celtics basketball games as well as winery tours and lavish trips to Las Vegas, according to reports from the FEC and two nonpartisan watchdog groups.
New York's Tenant Protection Unit will investigate claims of harassment in a building owned by Kushner Cos., whether Kushner Cos. violated state housing laws and regulations meant to prevent landlords from disturbing tenants' peace and privacy.
House Democrats are calling for the Office of Special Counsel to launch a full investigation into acting VA Secretary Peter O’Rourke for what they believe are politically motivated firings at the department, a possible violation of federal law.
A stunning defeat for Trump's judicial plans, due largely to a single Republican senator Scott.
The pressure is on Murkowski and Collins to block Kavanaugh. New poll shows Alaska and Maine voters broadly want to keep Roe v. Wade in place huffingtonpost.com/entry/susan-co…
CT's @SenBlumenthal tells the Post that Senate Rs are “looking to severely constrain the documents we can review” on Kavanaugh. Says Chair Grassley is working to block most Bush WH docs from the process. "Republicans are circling the wagon."
The failure of Ryan Bounds’ nomination inflames the war over Kavanaugh documents
364 of the 2,551 children reunited with families after being separated at border hill.cm/qI2XXC3
The Trump admin has said in a new court filing that 719 parents of migrant children who are still separated have final orders of deportation, meaning they could be removed from the country as soon as they are reunited.
WATCH: Megyn Kelly grills Sean Spicer: What you said wasn’t true and "your boss said the same thing" hill.cm/hllFXQ1
In case you missed yesterday's thread:
Today Trump figured out that 'The Apprentice' was about...wait for it...apprenticeships.