Former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden Sunday criticized the integrity of Russia’s presidential election just before exit polls showed President Vladimir Putin had easily won a fourth term in office.
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio believes Facebook and other large technology companies are simply too immature to deal with the elevated place in the world they’ve found themselves in, especially when it comes to politics.
White House legislative director Marc Short expressed confidence Sunday that President Trump’s nominees to lead the CIA and State Department will be confirmed by the Senate, despite their questionable level of support.
The Republican lawmaker who led the House Intelligence Committee’s investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election doesn’t know how the FBI inspector general got his hands on Andrew McCabe’s testimony to the committee.
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio thinks fired FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe should have been allowed to serve out the two days he needed to work before he was eligible for his pension, instead of being dismissed by Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ claim that he opposed a proposal for President Trump’s campaign team to meet with Russians is being contradicted by people who have spoken about the matter with special counsel Robert Mueller, or with congressional committees.
Former assistant FBI director James Kallstrom suggested Sunday morning that the constant shifting of high-ranking government officials over the last year is related to an internal plot to help Hillary Clinton during the 2016 presidential election.