Should Ohr show up ready to talk, House oversight committee chairman Trey Gowdy and his fellow members of Congress should get answers to these questions Tuesday.
Bre Payton and Kelsey Harkness round up this week’s big news stories coming out of both Capitol Hill and Hollywood on the Federalist Radio Hour.
‘I’m unbiased, but my texts were based on Trump’s ‘horrible, disgusting behavior.’’
Gowdy claimed that the FBI’s use of spies against the Trump campaign was perfectly proper, but multiple reports indicate he never even saw the full records Congress subpoenaed on the matter.
Sessions told three powerful Republican committee chairmen he has appointed a Justice Department attorney based in Utah to conduct an internal review.
Lots of somebodies are lying about what’s inside and behind the House Intelligence Committee memo charging abuse of secret surveillance measures.
Reps. Trey Gowdy and John Ratcliffe revealed new details about the text messages exchanged between two FBI agents kicked off the Trump investigation.
The FBI set out to convince America that Hillary Clinton was Mrs. Magoo rather than a rock-ribbed veteran of decades of federal investigations. It failed.
Rep. Trey Gowdy ripped apart FBI director James Comey Thursday morning for saying there wasn’t enough evidence to prosecute Hillary Clinton.
During testimony before a House committee investigating the Benghazi attacks, Hillary Clinton made the wild claim that she rarely used e-mail for work.
Clinton fundraising and document scandals are the gifts that keep on giving. In this case, guess who had a secret email account stashed with Benghazi info.
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