[T]he FBI continues to be in the line of fire, and its agents are being forced to choose between loyalty to the country and personal loyalty to Trump.
If all this turns out to be true, we are looking at a new Watergate. Moreover, this scandal would be twice the scale of the one that led to Nixon’s resignation.
Nothing prevents [his presidency] from surviving, even if it is a government that shows a particularly dangerous contempt for the rule of law.
The nominated FBI director promises before the Senate not to accept Donald Trump’s interferences. However, he is evasive when answering questions about the Russia affair.
Will Donald Trump be impeached before his four years in the White House are complete? There are many who hope that happens, including some who are working to bring charges against the president. But U.S. constitutional experts say that impeachment would be difficult, if not impossible. Perhaps there may be a greater [Read more]
Sending messages one-sidedly on Twitter can’t even be called an explanation.
When the former director of the FBI breaks the code of silence, it is not certain that he does so exclusively to defend democracy.
Trump came across as someone who brought a wooden club to a fencing duel.
<i>The investigation of the special prosecutor's office can start a very serious political crisis if it is proven that the president committed a crime.</i>
The decision of Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller to investigate whether Donald Trump tried to obstruct investigations related to the alleged Russian plot [Read more]